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With dive sites just a stone's throw away from each other, you will be able to explore a variety of underwater worlds. We've listed some of the best known dive sites ranging from labyrinthine caves to reefs and wartime wrecks. For more excitement, try a night dive or dive deeper to 30 or 40 metres. Colours appear almost fluorescent by torchlight. For the more experienced, these dives offer a unique adventure.


Billinghurst Cave

Billinghurst Cave

near Għasri, Gozo Billingshurst Cave is found to the west of Reqqa Point in the Northern part of Gozo. The top of the cave entrance is just above the surface and the bottom is at 27 meters. Lees meer
Cominotto Reef

Cominotto Reef

near Cominotto, Comino Cominotto is a smaller island off the north-west corner of Comino. Northwest of Cominotto is an underwater reef. Lees meer
Dwejra Point

Dwejra Point

Dwejra, limits of San Lawrenz, Gozo Dwejra is one of the most spectacular dive sites in Malta, with deep water (60 metres) and many caves and arches. The most dramatic is the 35 metre long tunnel... Lees meer
Fessej Rock

Fessej Rock

Mġarr ix-Xini, limits of Xewkija, Gozo Fessej Rock is a tall, circular and vertical column of rock which rises about 15 metres above the water and plunges vertically... Lees meer
Fungus Rock

Fungus Rock

Dwejra, limits of San Lawrenz, Gozo Fungus Rock is a huge rock in Dwejra Bay, on the western coast of Gozo. Access is only by boat. The average depth is of... Lees meer