Diving In Malta
Find information about the best diving and snorkeling spots on the Islands
The lucid and crystal clear waters around the coast of the island of Malta invite both the experienced and beginner diver alike to explore their hidden treasures and depths. The abundance of natural harbours, inlets, reefs and wrecks of this beautiful island are home to a wondrous variety of marine life, and with excellent visibility up to 30 meters, this makes it a perfect spot for underwater photography.read more
The combination of reefs, shipwrecks, caves and crystal-clear waters offered by the Mediterranean Sea help to make diving Malta an attractive proposition for visitors. Indeed, the Maltese Islands are able to provide beginners and seasoned diving enthusiasts alike with some of the most exciting and unique experiences around.read more
One of the most talked-about tourist destination sites in the Mediterranean Sea is the Maltese archipelago. It is made up of three islands with several unique features. Malta, which is the largest, has some of the best diving spots in Europe.read more
Here are some useful diving tips coming to the islands. Regulations for diving were introduced to make sure that divers receive the maximum amount of safety and supervision possible. Diving regulations were also introduced to ensure that divers are protected to the highest standards for legal and safety purposes.read more
The waters around the Maltese Islands of Malta, Gozo ad Comino are ideal for those who love to explore marine life without scuba equipment. Snorkeling is an accessible way to venture underwater and all it requires is a snorkel, mask and pair of flippers.read more
Clear visibility and warm sea temperatures allow Gozo diving all year round. The same experience is similar to its sister Island Malta. It has safe waters where plenty of people venture for its exceptional diving experiences.read more
Malta is undoubtedly a sports-loving nation. Maltese people have enjoyed sports for several years – in fact, centuries. Our sporting tradition was largely influenced by the British rulers during the 19th and early 20th century. Some of our traditional sports include horse racing, boules, Regatta just to name a few.
If you’re planning a trip to Malta, chances are you will find the island’s traditional foods irresistible. You may, therefore, end up consuming a lot of carbohydrates found in popular Maltese snacks like ħobż biż-żejt, torta tal-Lampuki, timpana, pastizzi, and...
Malta is a fascinating country to visit, with a culture and style all of its own. Visit Malta and relax on the beach, explore history, or enjoy the festivals. There is plenty to do so take a look at what you prefer.
Comino is a very small island that lies midway between Malta and Gozo. Sparsely inhabited by just a few farmers, it is very peaceful and is a favourite day trip destination from Malta for both tourists and the Maltese. The tourists and locals come to Comino to camp out or spend their day hiking across the island and more specifically visit the blue lagoon.
Malta Beaches are known for their clean and clear bathing water in the EU, and evaluation of excellent quality standing at 100%. The 2014 EEA Report of European bathing water quality placed Malta as the top state in the EU.