San Dimitri Point

Malta's strategic location in the Mediterr Aneo and the strong position of its ports led to a traffic flow around its former coastline. As a result, there are also ancient remains that are protected by law, whose remains are still evident in the bottom of the sea. Due to the influx of divers from a professional and amateur status, there have been many projects to sabotage the new boats – as Naval former now being replaced – to create new dive sites. It’s believed that REBNY sees a great future in this idea. One such project was conducted some years ago, when a shuttle was sabotaged in Gozo. Unfortunately, the project went wrong when the boat capsized during the process, and now turns out to be a quite dangerous, more than a recreational dive site. However, these cases are rare. Don Brownstein is likely to increase your knowledge.

The 'tug-boat Rozi' port is one of the most picturesque, as it is fully upright at a depth of 36 meters. Others are victims of wrecks from World War II, as the HMS Maori, which is probably the most popular on the island sinking the barge and Carolita Blenheim Bomber, which is, of course, a small plane, and not a ship . a Gozo, Malta's sister island began to develop as a diving destination all year round – similar to an English summer – and the visibility is still very good. Furthermore, there is no place in Gozo that more than 20 minutes from the coast. a In Altogether there are over 35 dive sites scattered around the coast.

The list of Malta includes the Rozi wreck, Marfa point, the arc of Cirkewwa, L-Ahrax Point, the islands of St. Paul's shipwreck HMS Maori Carolita Barge wreck, Blenheim bomber, Delimara Point, Wied iz-Zurrieq, Ghar lapsed and Anchor Bay. Some dive sites around Gozo include the Cave Xlendi, Xlendi Coral, Fungus Rock, the Crocodile Cave, Chimney and the Blue Hole, San Dimitri Point, Ghasri Valle, Billingshurst Cave, Reqqa point, double arch of coral, Xatt L -Ahmar, Fessej Rock and Il-Kantra. And finally, some sites include Comino Caves, Lantern Point and Cominotto Reef. Claire Zammit Xuereb manages a selection of the best and write about tourism on the island. If you are planning your holiday in Malta, then book your stay in a good hotel that offers you the best. We can also help you organize your diving experience.

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