E 14.1878

Malta

N 36.0537

This dive site was once Gozo's landmark - a stone triumphal arch over the azure blue sea until the natural structure fell into the sea on March 8, 2017 after a stormy night, which turned Gozo's most popular postcard motif into a new dive site. The spot is in the immediate vicinity of the Blue Hole. The scenery is characterized by crystal clear water and the gigantic boulders of the old stone arch, which protrude from depth of up to 50 meters to a few meters below the surface and form a topography of three "mountains". Since the collapse of the archway, numerous invertebrates habe found a new home on the boulders.

INFORMATIONS ABOUT THE DIVE SITE

FISHS

Nudibranchs, Sardines, Seabreams, Salemas, Damselfish, Groupers, Conger eels, Wrasses

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SCENERY

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 INFORMATIONS

Shore dive

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Shore / Beach

ENTRY

15

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