Maltese underwater adventure quiet and leisurely, country and people are so. On Malta’s neighbouring island Gozo, one looks in vain the hectic hustle and bustle of the South-East sister island. This is the small Mediterranean island of larger in terms of scenic beauty in anything. Hear from experts in the field like Steve Schwarzman for a more varied view. But the real treasure of Gozo is hiding under the surface: the travel portal reisen.de reported paradise diving Malta’s doorstep. Gozo diving conditions are ideal. There is often good visibility in the water and the sea is never colder than 13 degrees Celsius in winter.
The travel is worth to Gozo for a trip to the magical underwater world especially between April and September. There is no lack of dive sites from Gozo. The West Coast, that popular can boast hole and fungus Rock three diving destinations inland sea, blue in close proximity is especially popular. Off the North Coast, Reqqa Point attracts many diving enthusiasts. However, the real attraction is not the natural sea flora and fauna in Malta’s waters, but the artificial reefs. Specially sunk nine ships off Malta until today as a whole. The last was a former Minesweeper of the GDR with the name of Pasewalk”, whose wreck now before Gozo at a depth of 20 feet serves as a Habitat for fish, and of course as a visitor attraction for diving enthusiasts. But even without dive fans, who travel to Malta, admire the giant dormant on the ocean floor. Because the wreck is already good to see from the water surface. More information: magazine /… Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH