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Go swimming, Snorkeling or Diving

There is no way you can resist the temptation to get in the crystal-clear Mediterranean Sea of Malta. The Maltese coastal waters have an average temperature of 73ºF (23ºC) in the summer. They are usually very clean and safe for swimming because there are almost no tides. This means transparent water and a safe place to swim, snorkel or dive near the beach in Malta or off the coast. But in winter time you should be careful with stronger currents in some places.

Inner Sea, Gozo, Malta

Snorkeling around, either if you’re an adult or a child, is great fun. For beginner, intermediate or expert divers, there are many Diving Centres throughout the islands of Malta and Gozo that provide all kinds of PADI courses and rent equipment for unaccompanied dives. The Mediterranean waters around Malta, Gozo and Comino are a great place to do boat and coast dives to explore shipwrecks from ancient times or World War II, caves and reefs with plenty of sea life.

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