Scuba Diving is a popular activity
on the Maltese Islands
Being an island with miles of coastline and fantastic weather for many months of the year, diving and other water sports are very popular with visitors.
Malta has a number of both sandy and rocky beaches which provide a great place to relax after some hours in the classroom. The clear blue waters of the Mediterranean are irresistible during the hot summer months. Alternatively you may like to burn up some energy and try water skiing, windsurfing or paragliding.
Visitors may also want to try scuba diving which is provided by several diving schools on the Island.
Malta can also offer students a chance to participate in other outdoor activities such as tennis, horse riding or golf.
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For those who are curious to find out more about Malta, a walk through the narrow winding streets of Malta’s oldest villages can offer an insight into the Maltese lifestyle. Alternatively, cycling through the countryside with its honey coloured rubble walls and rambling paths, provides an enjoyable experience of peace and tranquillity away from the noise and bustle of the towns and villages.