Dive in Gozo - Our best dive sites

Dive in Gozo, Malta and Comino! We offer dives at some of the most beautiful sites in Gozo, as well as several around Comino and Malta. We have breathtaking caverns, majestic wrecks and nature sites teeming with life. We take small groups underwater and tailor dives to the level and preferences of our guests. There is something for everyone – both beginner divers and those with extensive experience. While the choice of sites is of course also influenced by the weather, and we can’t always promise to make all your diving dreams come true, we will do what we can to make you happy.

Two divers dive in Gozo with Diveworld Gozo Ltd in the Inland Sea.

Dive in underwater caverns, caves and tunnels

Dive in Gozo and see our undewater caverns. The Gozan coastline is largely cliffs with caverns, caves, tunnels and other spectacular geological formations. Some of them can be seen on land, but many are only accessible to certified divers. There is something for every diver here, as we have both easy caverns suitable for OWD divers, slightly more challenging ones for divers with more experience, and ones available only for technical divers.

Dive on wrecks of Gozo, Malta and Comino

Dive in Gozo and see our wrecks! Gozo, Malta and Comino are famous for shipwrecks. On Gozo we currently have four shipwrecks, prepared and sunk specifically for divers. The sites are accessible from the shore at any time of day. In addition, several other wrecks around Gozo, Comino and Malta are accessible from boats and we regularly organize trips to them.

Dive at underwater nature sites of Gozo

Dive in Gozo and see our nature sites! A large number of our sites have special natural features. We have great walls and underwater cliffs, at which diving gives you the feeling of flying. There are also monumental rock arches, boulders and easy caverns full of marine organisms. Furthermore, in the bays you will find interesting rock formations, as well as fields of seagrass and algae, among which you can find seahorses and plenty of fish.

Why dive in Gozo, Malta and Comino with Diveworld?

Scuba Diving in Gozo and Malta FAQ

Is Gozo good for diving?

Gozo is renowned for its warm crystal-clear waters, stunning underwater landscapes, diverse marine life, and a variety of underwater caves and wrecks, making it a paradise for scuba divers. See our divesites for details.

Gozo offers an array of dive sites that cater to all types of diving enthusiasts. The northwestern coast is particularly noteworthy, with beautiful caves, drop-offs, reef structures, and gullies. The Blue Hole and Inland Sea are must-sees. The south coast is known for its exceptional wreck dives, including the MV Xlendi, MV Cominoland, MV Karwela, and MT Hephaestus. Whether you’re an experienced diver or a beginner, Gozo promises adventure and natural beauty.

Malta offers incredible diving experiences with an abundance of caves, reefs, and wrecks. Beginners, advanced, and technical divers can enjoy crystal clear waters, diverse marine life, and famous dive sites like the Blue Hole in Gozo. It’s worth adding Malta to your bucket list and discovering its breathtaking underwater treasures.

Malta is a top destination for scuba divers with some of Europe’s best dive sites. The island boasts a vast coastline with impressive caves and wrecks rife with marine life and archaeological significance. Whether you’re an experienced diver or a beginner, Malta’s dive sites offer a variety of options for all.

Malta is a top Mediterranean diving destination with diverse underwater attractions for all levels of expertise. Its waters harbor intriguing rock formations, vast natural reefs full of captivating Mediterranean marine life, and dive wrecks that have become aquatic sanctuaries. Whether you are a beginner or experienced, Malta offers unparalleled diving experiences that you wouldn’t want to miss.

All prices of our diving packages and courses can be found on our price list and on each divesite description page.

Gozo is famous for its unique dive sites. The best and most popular dive sites in Gozo are the Blue Hole and the Inland Sea, both of which offer incredible underwater geological formations and marine life. The MV Karwela and MV Cominoland wrecks are also very popular sites for wreck diving and by many divers considered the best wrecks in Europe.

Gozo offers diving opportunities for all levels of divers, from beginners to advanced. If you’re not already certified, you can obtain your Open Water Diver certification with us.

Visibility in Gozo is generally excellent, often exceeding 30 metres (100 feet) or more during optimal conditions. This clear water allows for fantastic underwater photography and marine life spotting.

The water temperature varies with the seasons, ranging from around 14°C in winter to 28°C in summer. A wetsuit or a drysuit  is recommended year round.

The water temperature changes throughout the year. It can be as low as 14°C in winter and as high as 28°C in summer. It is recommended to wear a wetsuit or a drysuit regardless of the season.

The recreational diving season in Gozo runs from April to November, with peak periods of July to September. The technical diving season runs all year round with more information available upon contacting us. Winter temperatures range from 15 to 18 degrees Celsius (59 to 64 degrees Fahrenheit) while Spring temperatures range from 15 to 20 degrees Celsius (59 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit). Summer is the warmest season, with temperatures ranging from about 20 to 28 degrees Celsius (68 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit). In Autumn, temperatures gradually decrease, ranging from around 20 to 24 degrees Celsius (68 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit).

The recreational diving season in Malta runs from April to November, and the peak period for diving is from July to September when it’s warmer. The technical diving season runs all year-round, but if you plan to do some technical diving in winter, please contact us first for more information.

During winter (December to February), water temperatures can range from around 15 to 18 degrees Celsius (59 to 64 degrees Fahrenheit). In spring (March to May), water temperatures start to rise, ranging from approximately 15 to 20 degrees Celsius (59 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit). This is the warmest period in summer (June to August), with water temperatures ranging from about 20 to 28 degrees Celsius (68 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit). Finally, water temperatures gradually decrease in autumn (September to November) and range from around 20 to 24 degrees Celsius (68 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit).

Diving in Malta during November is definitely possible as diving activities are available all year round. During autumn, which is from September to November, water temperatures usually range from 20 to 24 degrees Celsius (68 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit). Whereas in winter, from December to February, water temperatures can vary from around 15 to 18 degrees Celsius (59 to 64 degrees Fahrenheit).

However, it is important to note that water temperature is just one of the several factors to consider when diving in Malta. It is also worthwhile to remember that autumn and winter months are windier, which means that diving may not be possible at all times and in all dive sites.

Mild to moderate currents are common, especially in certain dive sites. We will provide you with information on current conditions each time you go diving with us.

One dive lasts from 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the location and the skills of the group. Most often we dive for about 50 minutes. See where you can dive with us.

There are four amazing wrecks available from shore at Xatt l’ Ahmar: MV Karwela wreck, MV Cominoland wreck, MV Xlendi wreck and the newest – MT Hephaestus Wreck. These ships were sunk to provide shelter for marine life and as underwater attractions for divers from all around the world.

We have four incredible wrecks at Xatt l’ Ahmar in Gozo! These are the MV Karwela, MV Cominoland, MV Xlendi, and the new MT Hephaestus. All four were sunk intentionally to attract marine life and offer diving opportunities for enthusiasts worldwide. Come see them for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure! We hope to see you soon.

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