The capital island of Malta has more than 30 officially registered dive centers to fullfill your diving needs. From small local operations to massive cattle dive operators! You certainly will be getting all the diving done here that you need. They all offer a wide choice of dive sites with mostly professional, qualified diving staff that are trained to teach all levels. Dive centres are located across the Islands, so you will always find one near your accommodation.


So why go and stay in the northern part of Malta? Well this part of Malta is certainly less touristy than St Julians and has the sandy beaches of the island. It's lovely and quiet and there's not much to do here as in the St Julians area.

Porto Azurro Hotel
White Dolphin
Solair Holiday Complex
Sea View Hotel
Qawra Palace Hotel
Primera Hotel
Falcon Court
Ambassador Hotel
Sunny Coast Hotel
Hotel Il Palazzin
The Mellieha Bay Hotel

Go Dive Malta
Dive Academy
Mad Shark
Paradise Diving
Ocean Mysteries
Aquatica Diving
Corsair Dive Centre
Anchor Diving Malta
Octopus Garden
Dawn Diving
New Dimension Malta
Strand Diving Services
Bezz Diving
Scubatech Diving Centre
Dive Deep Blue
Sea Shell Dive Centre
Aquaventure Malta
Buddies Dive Cove

The climate of the Maltese Islands is characterised by hot, dry summers and mild winters. Like in most of the Archipelago it hardly ever rains during summer but rain showers can be expected between October and April.

Fly into Malta’s International Airport (Airport code MLA). The islands’ national air-carrier Air Malta ( flies directly to Malta from most European countries.

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