In the course of history, Malta has been conquered, colonized and governed by numerous Mediterranean civilizations, leaving a cultural mark with with more monuments per square kilometer than any other country in the world. It offers multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the oldest known human structure in the world, attracting over a million visitors a year. Apart from being an amazing open-air museum, Malta and its islands Comino and Gozo, are also known as a top wreck diving destination. If you are a wreck diver, put Malta on your list: there are numerous (world-war II) marine vessels including a fully intact submarine, unique aircrafs, and various other marine vessels. The water is crystal clear and never drops below 14ᵒC.

The islands are ideal for water-sports, with diving being one of the major crowd pullers. Malta, Gozo and Comino offer excellent sport facilities both for beginners as well as for experienced divers. The Maltese Islands’ clear blue Mediterranean sea is ideal for scuba with a visibility that easily reaches 30 meters. There are over a dozen (famous) wrecks, including a planes, destroyers and a submarine, which makes Malta one of the most popular destinations for wreck diving. A few years ago, Malta was voted a top 10 diving destination by the UK ‘Diver’ Magazine.

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