Malta dive sites map

MALTA, GOZO AND COMINO DIVING €655.00 pp!

4 star hotel - 7 nights/8 days - 10 dives

Come for a scuba diving holiday malta and discover why the maltese islands were voted the second best diving destination in the world! 

With Maltas sunny climate, guaranteed good visibility and very little underwater current, the Maltese waters are the perfect place to explore our beautiful dive sites ranging from reefs to caves to wrecks.

We at Seashell Dive Centre have designed the perfect diving package for those who would like to experience some of the worlds top diving and visit only the best dive sites of the three islands. We carefully select the dive sites based on the most up to date weather conditions, certification and experience level of all our divers.

dive briefing by instructor

BEST VALUE LEARN TO DIVE HOLIDAYS IN MALTA!

4 star hotel - 5 nights/6 days - PADI OpenWater Course

The PADI Open Water Course is aimed at people who want to discover the wonders of the underwater world. And what better place to do it than Malta, in the Mediterranean Sea?! With good visibility, very little underwater current and over 300 days of sunshine a year, the Maltese waters are the perfect place for a Learn to dive holiday!

 

PADI OPEN WATER REFERRAL COURSE + 4 STAR ACCOMMODATION

4 star hotel - 4 nights - Best value in Malta only €450.00 pp

The Maltese islands have recently been voted the second best diving destination in the world and with guaranteed good visibility, little under water current and over 300 days of sunshine a year it makes for the perfect diving destination for beginners and learners.

Shipwreck under the water

PADI WRECK DIVER SPECIALTY + 4 STAR ACCOMMODATION €475.00 pp

4 star hotel - 4 nights/5 days - PADI Wreck Diver Specialty

“With the immense expanse of blue ahead of you, deepening as you dive further into the abyss, suddenly an eerie silhouette forms ahead, grasping your attention and imagination, enticing you closer like a magnet until suddenly you are face to face with a colossal wreck, opening up a window directly into to the past.”