Stranddykning

The islands invite you to discover their natural harbours, bays, sheltered creeks, cliffs, reefs and wrecks. The waters here are some of the most limpid and clear in the world. Visibility is excellent down to around 30 metres. So Malta is a dream destination for underwater photography. Marine life flourishes in a vibrant display of colours.


MV Odile

MV Odile

Kalkara Reef, Kalkara, Malta The MV Odile (also known as the Margit) was an old steam-freighter that sank in course of a bombing attack on April 4, 1942 at Kalkara reef, off Grand Harbour. läs mer
Qawra Point

Qawra Point

Qawra, St. Paul’s Bay, Malta This is the southern tip of St. Paul's Bay. A large Roman anchor was recovered from the sea in this area. The profile drops slowly at first... läs mer
Reqqa Point

Reqqa Point

limits of Għasri, Gozo This is the northernmost tip of Gozo. The beach road is rough, the entry is tricky with a strong swell, but it is a fantastic dive. läs mer
St. Paul's Islands

St. Paul's Islands

near St. Paul’s Bay, Malta These islands are at the western entrance to St. Paul's Bay and the only way of reaching the islands is by boat. There are various dive sites at St. Paul's Islands, including the location where St. Paul was supposed to... läs mer
The Blue Hole & The Chimney

The Blue Hole & The Chimney

Dwejra, limits of San Lawrenz, Gozo Reportedly one of Jacques Cousteau's favourite dives...This site is located at the bottom of Dwejra Point. It is a shore dive, which is reached via a fairly difficult walk over rough coralline limestone, however steps... läs mer