Malta and Gozo
Malta and Gozo are not only rich in history dating back to Neolithic times. The story of an island ripped from one hand to another over the centuries. It’s also sunshine, beaches and, above all, crystal clear water. The Maltese archipelago, which includes Malta, Gozo and Comino, is undoubtedly one of the most interesting diving sites in Europe, moreover, judging by the tourists who come here, it is recognized worldwide.
Numerous grottos, wrecks, rock formations combined with water clarity reaching 40-50m make this place undoubtedly ideal for diving.
Gozo is an island located in the Mediterranean Sea, near the coast of Malta. First of all, it is known for its beautiful and varied dive sites, which delight divers from all over the world. These range from amazing caves to impressive shipwrecks and occasional coral reefs. The most popular dive sites on Gozo are: Blue Hole, Shipwreck, Citadel and Cathedral Cave. Each of these sites is unique and offers much to see underwater, including a variety of rock formations, coral reefs and abundant marine life.
The sites also appeal to divers of all skill levels, from beginners to experienced divers. Each site is easily accessible due to its proximity to the dive center and offers excellent diving conditions such as clear water, warm climate and excellent visibility. All this makes Gozo a unique destination for diving enthusiasts and seekers of unforgettable underwater experiences.