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About Malta Island

Malta is the largest of the three major islands that constitute the Maltese Archipelago. It is the commercial, cultural and administrative center. The 7,000 years of history have made this island a very attractive tourist destination with many sites worth visiting: the megalithic temples, underground catacombs, many museums (from prehistory to World War II), churches, and forts. A very special site is the UNESCO-designated Hypogeum temple ruins, which is a labyrinth of underground chambers. Also over the years tourism infrastructure has increased dramatically, and there are lots of good-quality hotels. Malta has become a real diving mecca. Malta’s underwater life is full of spectacular attractions, among them are many underwater cliffs, caves, wrecks and tunnels. The visibility of the water is very good, it ranges from 30m to 40m/ 98-141ft. Malta is believed to have best diving conditions in the Mediterranean Sea. Some of the top dive sites are the Rozi Wreck, Cirkewwa, submarine HMS Stubborn, HMS Maori, Anchor Bay, Ghat Lapsi, Bristol Beaufighter Wreck, as well as many other great diving sites.

When to go to Malta Island

The conditions for diving in Malta are suitable all year-round. July and August are the hottest months, the air temperature reaches 30C/86F or higher. Mild and sunny winters with average air temperature around 16C/60F create great conditions for diving pretty much any time during the year. The average water temperature throughout a year varies from 15C to 26C/59-78F. The visibility in local waters is excellent: 10-40m/32-141ft. Malta offers a variety of salt water flora and fauna, there can be frequently seen octopus, stingray, scorpion fish and moray eel. In the winter tuna and dolphins make regular appearance.