Diving in Malta – a great way to relax
Malta – one of the best diving destinations according to the English edition of Diver. Going to rest here, do not deny yourself the pleasure of organizing an exciting underwater walk. Due to the good geographical location of the island, the surrounding waters are available for diving at any time of the year. Even in a storm, taking a motorboat for a rental, you can find a corner that protects you from the wind and is perfect for such a lesson as diving in Malta.
At the bottom of the sea is a large number of wrecks – WREK. One of the most popular types of diving is Wrek-dive. The number of picturesque caves and arches in local waters is difficult to calculate.
A fascinating and diversified diving in Malta – is the goal for which tourists come from all over the world
Local waters attract their own topographical structure, cleanliness, rich fauna and flora. The variety of the sea landscape allows both experienced divers and beginners to dive.
Landscapes of the underwater world of the Maltese archipelago are large and expressive. Massive and frequent rocks, caves, grottoes, hidden in themselves something amazing, sharply leaving into the coastal waters, make the walk truly interesting and fascinating. Popular diving in Malta in the following places: HMSMaori, L-Ahrax Point, Cirkewwa (MarfaPoint), Delimara Point, Anchor Bay, St. Paul’s Islands, Wiediz-Zurrieq, Ghar Lapsi. Off the coast of Gozo, excellent places for scuba diving are: Reqqa Point, Xlendi Reef, Xlendi Cave, Fungus Rock. Komino offers the following underwater corners for diving: Cominotto Reef, Irqieqa Point, Santa Maria Caves.
Near the Maltese islands, there are almost no tides and tides. Submarine currents in summer are very rare. The average duration of a light day in a warm season is 10 hours.