The island state of Malta is located in the Mediterranean Sea and, in addition to three inhabited islands, has some smaller islands. About 433,000 inhabitants live on a total area of 316 km2. The capital is Valletta. The official languages are Maltese and English. Malta is during the time zone UTC +1 hours.
DIVING AT DESTINATION
DIVING QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Malta is surrounded by a clear underwater world and offers a variety of attractions and diversified underwater flora and fauna. This allows divers to see easily accessible dive spots next to wrecks, colorful caves, unique reefs and a lot of different fish. Travelers over 60 must be able to demonstrate a certified health and fitness certification since 2016.
Malta is suitable for beginners and advanced divers.
POPULAR DIVE REGIONS
Malta is characterized by a Mediterranean climate and has an average temperature of 21 ° C.
BEST TRAVEL TIME
Even if the water temperature drops to 15 degrees in winter, Malta can be dived all year round. The best time to travel is from May to October.