Diving in Malta

Crystal clear sea, teeming with a variety of plant and animal life, makes scuba diving in Malta a truly special experience. From deep sea wrecks and technical dives to one-to-one lessons from experienced guides, there’s a diving experience for everyone.

Divers looking to treat themselves to exceptional, five-star accomodation in St. Julian’s will be delighted with the elegance and attention to detail at the Radisson Blu Resort Malta St. Julian's. With its own swimming pools and diving instructors, it offers discerning guests a diving holiday with a difference.

Where to go diving
With a multitude of sandy beaches in Malta, there are countless points dotted around Malta’s coastline to set off from for a diving expedition. Explore the Marfa Point Caves at the tip of the island or the fascinating wreckage of the Um El Faroud wrapped around the other side.

Once all the spots around the main island of Malta have been exhausted, the neighbouring Maltese island of Gozo is surrounded by rich marine life and is a real treat for divers.

Diving at the Radisson Blu Resort, Malta St. Julian's
Guests staying at the Radisson Blu Resort, Malta St. Julian's are lucky enough to have trained, enthusiastic instructors on hand as well as the warm Mediterranean Sea on their doorstep.

The hotel houses the Starfish Diving School, which takes guests out for boat, night or wreckage dives to help experienced divers get the most from Malta’s waters. Guests can take a trip to the neighbouring islands of Gozo and Comino to explore the wildlife there, or stay closer to the hotel if they prefer.

For those just starting out, the instructors are wonderful at making novice divers feel comfortable, and the hotel’s swimming pools make an excellent starting point to help them feel more confident.