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Where to Dive in Malta

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The good visibility, warm temperatures, and vast underwater scenery have given the archipelago a reputation for being the best diving destination in the Mediterranean. Caves, tunnels, decades-old wrecks, and mysterious marine life: There’s a great array of dives for novices and veterans alike.
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Triq Il Gebla Tal General, San Lawarenz, Malta
Amazing scuba diving site located near Dwejra in Gozo. This dive site is of the The Blue Hole which is a popular cave dive in Malta. This dive is great for all levels of scuba divers. Make sure you experience this site during your holiday in Malta...
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Triq Il-Marfa, Il-Mellieħa, Malta
Located near Cirkewwa, this site explores the Tug Boat Rozi. The experience is great for all levels of scuba divers. MV Rozi was a Bristol built tugboat launched in 1958 as the Rossmore by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. In 1969 she was sold to Rea...
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4 Triq l-Għassara ta' l-Għeneb, Il-Furjana MRS 1912, Malta
Near Valetta Grand Harbour, dive to see the HMS Maori. Named after the indigenous Māori people of New Zealand, the HMS Maori was a Tribal-class destroyer with the Mediterranean fleet. The historic ship was even involved in the pursuit and...
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Mellieha, Malta
This amazing scuba diving site is located off the Dragonara Cave, near Mellieha at Ahrax Point. This popular wreck is great for all experience levels as well. Five meters below the surface you'll go through a small entrance leading you to an...
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Gozo, Malta
After heavy storms in March 2017, the Azure Window and its supporting column collapsed into the sea.

Created thousands of years ago when two limestone caves collapsed, this natural rock formation is quite possibly the number one tourist attraction...
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Gozo, Malta
This small shore situated in a rocky valley is one of Gozo’s more quieter coves, but still a popular spot for diving and sunbathing. (Though, if you want to avoid laying on the rocky beach bring cash for a lounge chair.) The clear waters are...
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Wied Iż-Żurrieq, Il-Qrendi, Malta
Amazing scuba diving site located near Wied Iz Zurrieq. This dive site is of the Um El Faroud which is a popular wreck dive in Malta. This dive is great for all levels of scuba divers. Make sure you experience this site during your holiday in...
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Delimara, Marsaxlokk, Marsaxlokk, Malta
Amazing scuba diving site located near Delimara. This dive site is of the Blenheim Bomber which is a popular wreck dive in Malta. This dive is great for all levels of scuba divers. Make sure you experience this site during your holiday in Malta &...
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Triq Chambray, Għajnsielem, Malta
Amazing scuba diving site located near Xatt I-Ahmar. This dive site is of the MV Xlendi which is a popular wreck dive in Malta. This dive is great for all levels of scuba divers. Make sure you experience this site during your holiday in Malta &...
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Triq il-Marina Kalkara MT KKR, 1320, Il-Kalkara, Malta
The Italian freighter MV Odile was bombed during the Second World War and now lies broken on the sea floor. She faces northwest and is lying on her port side. Near Kalkara Reef, this is a great place for divers to explore. The wreck can be entered...
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2 Dawret Il - Qawra, San Pawl il-Baħar, Malta
The HMS Stubborn was scuttled for ASDIC purposes and is in magnificent condition lying upright with a 10 degree list toward starboard side. This wreck is 45 meters deep and a great diving experience. Here you can see the torpedo tubes, propellers,...
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2 Dawret Il - Qawra, San Pawl il-Baħar, Malta
From 1958 to 1968, the Imperial Eagle ferry boat traveled between Malta and Gozo carrying a load of 70 passengers, 10 cars, and goods. For the following 20 years, it was used as a cargo ship on the same route. It was originally bought to replace...
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Gozo, Malta
Connected to the Mediterranean by a mere 260-feet tunnel, the Inland Sea is hidden behind a super high rock wall that narrows above the surface, making for a very “Into the Abyss”-like experience below. The entrance to the canyon is only 20 feet,...