Malta is a great destination for new and experienced divers. Due to its close proximity to the UK, you can travel for the same cost as a well priced holiday.

Paradise Bay, Malta


Diving Holiday to Malta, Paradise Bay

Malta diving holidays are available all year round, but the best time to visit is from April to October when the weather is at its best. Malta is suitable for all levels of divers from the very experienced to those who wish to complete their open water certification course.

Malta is regarded by the dive community as the best place in the Mediterranean to go diving as it has great visibility, plenty of sunshine, loads of fascinating wrecks, and superb underwater topography.

Only a few hours from the UK with loads of UK airports to depart from, you can be in Malta in as little as a few hours.

  • Paradise Bay Resort This very popular spacious, comfortable and well run family hotel has a secluded location surrounded by the clear warm water of the Mediterranean making it ideal for a leisurely holiday in the sun. English is widely spoken throughout the hotel by the staff.


On arrival in Malta you will make your way across the island to our preferred hotel, Paradise Bay Resort. The dive centre is located at the Paradise Bay Resort, and offers shore and boat diving and regular trips to Malta’s sister islands; Comino and Gozo.

Paradise Bay Resort

maltaThis very popular spacious, comfortable and well-run family hotel has a secluded location surrounded by the clear warm water of the Mediterranean making it ideal for a leisurely holiday in the sun. English is widely spoken throughout the hotel by the staff.

The hotel is very practical and well furnished, offering comfortable accommodation in a pleasant friendly atmosphere. All bedrooms have a balcony with sea view and some rooms are southerly facing towards the Bay the standard fittings in all bedrooms are of air conditioning, satellite television/radio, direct dial telephone, trouser press with iron & ironing board, tea/coffee making facilities, mini-bar (stocked on request), hair dryer and en suite bathroom with shower.

There are several outdoor pools and even a heated pool for those travelling in winter. There is a cracking Italian restaurant as well as buffet restaurant offer tasty food.

Scuba Diving

Paradise Divers is a brand new dive centre run and managed by our good friend and PADI Course Director Neville. Located on the beach of the hotel they will be happy to complete your open water dives for you, or just take you out for some fun dives either from their boat, or off the shore.

What else is there to do?

MaltaParadise Bay is only a short bus or taxi ride from the beach resort of Mellieha. You can do plenty of other watersports here, or enjoy a nice meal at any of the sea-front restaurants or cafes.


The two seaview bars are great to relax after a busy day of diving. For a casual drink or an affordable get-together, the Cockerel Bar offers a selection of local and imported beer, wines and spirits. Cocktail fans will be at home in the elegant K-Lounge, where a selection of wines, beers and spirits are also available, making it the perfect spot for diners who want to have pre or post-dinner drinks. Glorious sunsets are always the perfect garnish to your experience.


Young guests can make the most of their holiday in our secure children’s playground, which has padded safety flooring, located just outside the Games Room.


Located within view of the children’s playground and Games Room, the hotel Gift Shop offers a wide range of products to enhance your stay with us. Stop by and have a browse of the souvenirs, beach toys, local crafts, postcards, newspapers, sweets and snacks, suntan products, ice creams, and much more.


A spacious area with video games, table tennis, a range of board games, and a play area for young children, our Games Room is ideal for those who want to have a bit of fun out of the sun.


Holidays are the perfect time to really relax so why not unwind further in our spacious sauna and whirlpool, both located within our indoor pool complex.


Fitness conscious guests can work up a sweat in our fully equipped gym so there’s no need to worry about a little over-indulgence on holiday.


Perfect your backhand under the glorious Maltese sun on our private tennis court. Equipment is available for hire.


Practice your team work on our multipurpose court which can be used for football, basketball, and netball. Equipment is available for hire.


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Malta’s warm water, reefs, caves and wreck diving are suited to all levels of experience.

The calmness and clarity of the sea makes for excellent visibility and creates impressive conditions for first time divers and beginners and for the more experienced diver there are plenty of challenging dives to choose from.

On most days the  clear blue Mediterranean sea is ideal for scuba diving  with coves, beaches and wrecks to be found on the coastlines of the island and on those rare days when the conditions aren’t ideal, we usually visit Valleta and dive within the shelter of the two harbours where the wrecks of HMS Maori and the X127 can be found.  It has to be said, there is always somewhere to dive around Malta!


Along with the rest of the archipelago Gozo has been described as having some of the best diving in Europe.

There are many and varied caves, reefs, tunnels and wrecks to explore and, of course, an abundance of marine life making Gozo a fantastic destination for both marine photographers and leisure divers alike.

Paradise Diving School is located in the very north of the Maltese island making the southern dive sites of Gozo only a fifteen minute boat trip from the school – weather permitting!  Comino is even closer.  Between the months of May and October most of our diving is done from the boat with exception of some of the more distant dive sites which are visited using our transport and the ferry.  It’s a plus that the ferry terminal is just a two minute drive from the dive centre.


We have dives suitable for every level of experience

Comino is a small island situated between the north shore of Malta and Gozo and is only accessible by boat.  It is very popular with tourists.  The main attraction  on the island is the Blue Lagoon.  In summer this sheltered inlet of crystal clear water over white sand gets quite busy with day trippers but don’t let that put you off!

Comino also boasts many dive sites including the Santa Maria caves and the wreck of the P31. Comino is only a 10 minute boat trip from the Paradise Diving centre and we visit on a regular basis throughout the summer months.  The number and variety of dive sites makes it ideal for all levels of experience.


The Maltese islands are a wreck divers paradise that caters for all levels of divers,

The position of Malta in the Mediterranean Sea, has led to a heavy ship traffic since early ages. While Malta remained neutral during WWI, the island held a vital role in the second world war. Hence many of Malta’s historic shipwrecks are related to this period of modern history.

The tourism authority of Malta have also played their part today, now there are many wrecks that have been scuttled purposely to create artificial reefs , The Maltese islands are a wreck divers paradise that caters for all levels of divers, from recreational to Technical divers. With shipwrecks all around the island, it allows diving any day of the year as there is always one shore that is protected from the winds.

Amongst the shipwrecks sunk on purpose for dive tourism, some make exceptional dives. Here is a selection of dive sites not to be missed with incredible underwater photography opportunities

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Paradise Bay, Malta