Because of its location, enhanced by stunning natural harbours, Malta has from the earliest times drawn many powerful nations towards its shores, such as the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Normans, Swabians, Angevins, Aragonese, Castillians, the Knights of St John, the French and finally the British. Since 1 st May 2004 Malta has joined the EU.
Although Gozo shares a common history with Malta, physically it is different. Flat-topped hills, steep valleys and rugged cliffs dominate the landscape.
Gozo reveals its secrets slowly and its charm grows rather than diminishes from the moment the visitor makes the first contact with the friendly Gozitans.
Gozo is rated as one of the best scuba diving holiday spots in the Mediterranean. It offers all year round diving and you can dive reefs, explore caverns, walls and wrecks, including the world famous Blue Hole. Contact us for holidays diving in Gozo, Malta.
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