Often described as a diver’s paradise, Gozo is home to some of the top diving spots in the Mediterranean with a remarkable range of shore and boat dives. The island’s world class cave and tunnel dives, complemented by excellent light penetration, make any dive an event to remember.
The island’s award-winning clean coast, and its array of scenic caverns, reefs, caves, and wrecks, make each dive an interesting one. It is no wonder Gozo attracts divers from across Europe and beyond – all wanting to explore the sub-aquatic mysteries of this Mediterranean isle.
It’s for everyone
Gozo has dive spots suitable for all levels of experience, from beginners to practiced divers looking for a new challenge.
Among the world’s best
Gozo Diving is famous for the underwater visibility, warm temperatures and stunning underwater scenery. Submerged caves, chimneys, arches and tunnels together with breathtaking drop offs and the flourishing marine life make Gozo a top diving destination. In fact, Gozo and Malta were recently voted the 2 nd best diving destination in the world by Diver magazine readers, making it the top place to dive in Europe.
A different world down there
Beneath the surface of the sea, lies a magical and colourful world waiting to be discovered. If you’ve already been diving in the Gozitan waters, you can understand clearly what we’re talking about. If you’ve never ventured into the spellbinding underwater world, this page will give you a faint glimpse of what we are talking about.
Decommissioned ships have been scuttled off Gozo’s South coast, near Comino’s Blue Lagoon and near Malta’s north coast. One wreck in particular was scuttled in shallow water purposely to be enjoyed by less experienced divers.