NORTHERN

Malta

Cirkewwa is located in the north of the island, is one of the most visited and comfortable place in Malta for diving . It has a wide variety of dives where you can combine all types of dives, since it has a bit of everything (depth, wrecks, tunnels, cracks etc). It is also very comfortable to do surface intervals, since it has bathrooms, hot shower and if that were not enough a truck that sells a bit of everything (coffee, sandwiches, hot dogs and much more). Perfect to hang out and chat with other divers who visit this site before taking the next dive.

You can also go to the same spot in your car and park there, but always placing your diving certification to avoid a fine. Another advantage that it has is that the terminal is very close where you can take the Ferry that goes to Gozo, and right next there is the boats where you can go to Comino. Even very close you have the bus terminal where you can go anywhere in the island.

NORTHERN
Bus terminal
Toilets
Parking
Boats to the islands
CHECK DIVING PACKAGES
P-29

Adrenaline when you fly on the top of it

Shore dive
Advanced Open Water Diver 
This East German Kondor-class minesweeper was scuttled off Cirkewwa in August 2007. This vessel was used by the Armed Forces of Malta and now sits a depth of 37m on the seabed, with its mast reaching a depth of 21m.Due to its small size, this wreck is seldom visited, partly due to the lack of marine life. However, the engine room remains a popular attraction.
Rozi

The Most famous tugboat in Malta

Shore dive
Advanced Open Water Diver 
A short distance away from the P29 lies another wreck, a tugboat known as Rozi. Despite its small size, this wreck remains a popular venue with local divers.Launched in Liverpool in 1958, this ship was originally known as Rossmore. In 1981, it was sold to a Maltese company operating in the Grand Harbour and re-christened as Rozi.This wreck is still intact, even though its engines and propeller are missing and lies at a depth of 34m. Its anchor is situated around 30m away from the wreck at a depth of 20m. It's considered one of the best places to dive in Malta.
The Madonna

Placed in 1987

Shore dive
Open Water Diver 
Shore dive that starts in a shallow lagoon then goes to a reef with a drop down of about 18 metres, in the cavern nearby – a statue of Madonna that has been placed there in 1987. One of the best places to dive in Malta.
Arch

Feeling in another world

Shore dive
Open Water Diver 
The Arch is one of the most popular dive for open waters divers in cirkewwa area. the dive begins with a giant stride, go down and start the amazing landscape , swimming through, crystillines water and at the end the arch; passing through it, its makes an effect the bubbles that we expire. Those bubbles is clogging up under the ceiling of it making an unreal landscape when they become a microbubbles and start coming out on the top of it giving you an amazing view. With the fishes around and microbubbles is make you feel like you are in another world.
Paridise bay

Nice and fun

Shore dive
Open Water Diver 
This dive usually begin from sussies pool that is between 3 mts till 11 mts. ones you find the drop off you have turn on the right following the wall around 15 mts, trying to find the marine life that is in there and all the way you are going to find a nice amphoras placed between 18 - 20 mts. if you keep going following the wall there is somes nice swimming through where the dive is more funny passing that you are going to arrive in the mini arch at 10 mts deep where is the moment to come back to the sussies pool. with nice landscapes, swimming through and the amphoras to decorate this amazing dive we can say that this one is perfect for open waters divers.
REEF

Amazing Landscapes

Shore dive
Cirkewwa reef is perfect place to do dives for beginners. has a very nice landscapes and enough marine life to surprise the divers . The reef is quite long where you can do a good dive between 30 a 40min from the pool to one of sides of the reef.
Anchor Bay - Popeye

Secret landscape

Shore dive
Open Water Diver 
This bay is widely recognizable due to the shooting of the film Popeye, starring Robin Williams. Anchor Bay derives its name from the anchor used as a mooring buoy for barges carrying material to construct Sweet Haven village, the set used in the film which can still be seen today.This area is particularly sought after due to a beautiful underwater cave, besides the gilthead local marine life.