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Diving in Malta

Where to dive in Malta?

Diving in Malta

Malta is the southernmost European country composed of a collection of Islands. The lands which have already inhabited since prehistoric times can boast with a wealth of culture and historical monuments. Some are the only ones in Europe that have survived until today and are more than 5000 years old. Diving in Malta would be loved by underwater lowers. This is why we would like to share some details about diving in Malta with you. You should also consider checking out Gozo and Comino.

Locations for diving in Malta:

Diving conditions

Diving in Malta is a real pleasure, mainly due to the extremely favorable climate – subtropical Mediterranean. It is considered to be one of the most favourable. It means hot and long summer and mild and short winter.

Diving season in Malta essentially lasts from March to November when the rainy season begins. However, you will come across lovers of the underwater world meet throughout the year, as the place offers conditions both for advanced divers and those that are just beginning their adventure with diving.
Average air temperature in January is from 10 to 15°C and in July from 21 to 30 °C. Water is the coolest in February – an average of 14°C and the warmest in August – about 26°C. Visibility during diving may be suitable even at a depth of 60 m.

Attractions that Malta has to offer to diving tourists are available to them not only from the boat, but often also from the shore. The combination of ancient treasures with many souvenirs after the past century is so fascinating that many return to this place regularly.

Diving centers:

  • Discover Malta Diving
  • Lagoon Dive Centre
  • Go Dive Malta
  • Comino Dive Centre
  • Paradise Diving

Dive sites:

Worth to see

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Curtis Walsh

Canadian, cold water lover. His diving adventure began while he was studying at University of Toronto. He did not suppose that diving would ever become anything more than just a passion. He likes especially Norway - fiords, theirs biodiversity and the beauty of Norwegian landscapes. He share his passion with the others working as diving instructor.

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