The archipelago of the Maltese islands has numerous diving spots, but the Blue Hole in Dwejra and the numerous diving spots around Mellieha and Cirkewwa in Malta take the crown as being amongst the best in the Mediterrenean. If you’re a fan of diving and snorkeling, there’s no way you should miss the opportunity to do so in Malta and Gozo.
For example, the Scorpion Cave is the best dive site in Anchor Bay, the same location as Popeye’s Village. This shallow cave has large entrance and is suitable also for less experienced divers.
Tugboat Rozi is a popular wreck dive in Malta we cannot leave out. Rozi was a 35m tug boat that was scuttled in 1992. The wreck rests off shore from Cirkewwa with max depth 34m. The wreck is still intact, except for its engine and the propeller which were removed before scuttling. Rozi offers an outstanding wreck dive with various penetration possibilities, and diving Rozi can be combined with a visit to nearby Cirkewwa Arch.
For more information on diving sites around Malta and Gozo, visit this website here.