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Scuba Diving in Malta
There is a lot to experience in the clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea around Malta. There are caves, reefs and wrecks and teeming with colorful sea creatures. It is therefore not surprising that Malta is one of the most beautiful and unique diving destinations in Europe.
Around the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino there are sixty different dive sites, which can be reached from the shore or from a boat. The depths of the dive sites vary from the shallow 12-meter Ghar Lapsi dive to Lantern Point, where the divers enter an underwater tunnel that is more than 50 meters deep.
The sea around Malta is calm, visibility is excellent and the chance of encountering dangerous animals is nil. This makes Malta the ultimate diving destination for beginners. In the rocky surroundings you can spot finfish and wrasses, on the sandy bottoms you sometimes come across rays. For the more experienced divers, there are several dive sites that include archaeological objects. Some date back to World War II and others even date back to the Roman era. For example, a 52-metre-long former patrol boat stands upright in the sand and you can view the engine compartment and famous stairs in the Cominoland wreck. Cave diving is also possible. The Santa Maria Caves at Comino are one of the most fascinating cave systems in the world and no diver should miss the famous Blue Hole.
At the accredited diving centers divers can go for training, diving excursions and the rental of diving equipment. It is also possible to get your PADI on the Maltese Islands.
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