Malta Sports & Outdoors

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  • Happy divers
    Happy divers
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  • View from the Upper Barracca Gardens
    View from the Upper Barracca Gardens
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Malta Sports & Outdoors

  • SCUBA in Malta

    I go to Malta nearly every year. I like the freedom to do whatever you want, within reason, when diving. The sea is always warm (compared to England) and the visibility usually exceptional. The Maltese Government actively promotes diving as a tourist attraction. There are new wrecks appearing all the time. The sealife is as good as anywhere in the...

  • Yachting - Rolex Middlesea Race 2005

    The pictures are all taken from our hotel balcony in Sliema where we had a fantastic view of the start of all classes of yachts for the Rolex Middlesea Race 2005,.click onto the website to read all about it.

  • Scuba Diving - Fish seeing !

    In Malta, one has to know the the good places to fish and also to see fish because unfortunitly the fish around the Mlatese Islands are diminishing due to the fact that so many people fish.

  • Scuba Diving - My friend's photos

    These photos were taken by my friend Gillian. She has taken them on her many visits to Malta. As you can see she enjoys scuba diving - I would find it clastophobic and I would panic !!! You will need to take diving course at the many diving schools there are around the Maltese Islands.

  • Abyss Diving Club.

    Web site also in Russian.Nice page of PHOTOS5 VIDEOS to watch.Maybe address of place is in Russian but couldn't find it in English.

  • Buddies Divecove.

    Never dived with them just adding them to the list.Look at their web page as they are offering a 97 euro/4 dive prize in a monthly draw.Click HERE for a map of their dive sites.

  • Octopus Garden Diving centre.

    Never dived with them just added them to the list.Pages in German also.Situated in 2 places HERE is a map of both.Nice video in their gallery section.

  • Luna Diving Malta.

    Never dived with them just adding them to the list.Really nice INTERACTIVE DIVE MAPWeb site also in French,German,Polish and Russian.Lots of PHOTOS to check out.

  • Paradise Diving Malta.

    Never dived with them as they weren't there when i was but next to one of the few sandy beaches on the island.Web page also in Spanish,German and Italian.Click for some nice PICTURES of some of the wrecks.

  • Scubatech Diving centre.

    Dived with the centre a few times back in the 90's and they were really friendly and helpful.Some of their DIVE SITES with depths.Click on MAP to enlarge location of dive centre.

  • Maltaqua.

    Learnt to dive with Maltaqua back in the early 90's and enjoyed the friendly staff and ambience of the place.Well situated for easy access to most of the island.Great INTERACTIVE MAP with good information on the dive sites.

  • Scuba diving Maps.

    Now, more wrecks have been sunk since i was last there in 1996,so i need to go back.Here below is a great site with the wrecks listed on it,maps and all.So just click on an area then scroll down and pick a map.

  • Diving in Malta

    The Maltese Islands’ clear blue Mediterranean sea is ideal for scuba diving and is highly accessible by relatively every area of the Islands. All three Islands offer excellently unique diving experiences with reefs, caves and wrecks to make the dive one of the most interesting ones in the Mediterranean. The calmness of the sea makes for excellent...

  • Scuba Diving Galore !

    In Malta and even in Gozo there are various outlets where one can rent equipment to go scuba diving. I am sure that they will equip you with everything just make sure you follow a qualified course though. I believe it is about Lm100 to do a basic course.

  • Diving

    Malta is popular place for diving and for diving courses. There are many locations and diving clubs around if you are interested.

  • Scuba Diving in Malta

    The water is just so beautiful in Malta that I cannot even come close to put it in words, and it's a perfect place for underwater photography. Besides the fish and sharks, there are many wrecked ships and planes lying on the seabed where you can visit. I've heard that archaeological finds are very common, but you have to report it.I've never had to...

  • Malta bubbles

    Shore,boat , wreck and cave diving, Malta has it all.The Blue Hole, Um El Faroud are places you'll never forget. I had my own gear.If you're going to Malta in the summer months : only bring your shorty or thin long john.

  • Sports in Malta

    SPORTS IN MALTAThe Marsa Sports Club is a huge sporting complex that has sufficient facilities to keep you active for days. Affordable membership is available on a daily or weekly basis. Facilities include an 18-hole golf course, 17 hard tennis courts, five squash courts, an 18-hole mini-golf course, a cricket pitch and billiards tables. In...

  • Scuba Diving

    If you would like to do some scuba diving while in Malta you can do so from 'Diveshack' in Sliema. They organise diving trips in all popular sites around Malta, Gozo and Comino three dives every day and also night dives twice a week. Their shop is open all year round: Tue to Thur from 8:30 to 5:00 and Mon, Fri & Sat 8:30 to 10:00am.During the other...

  • Horse Riding

    At the Bidnija Riding School you can enjoy one or two hours of horseriding in the beautiful maltese countryside but if you fancy to go somewhere nearer you could go to Pembroke or Marsa as there are Riding Schools in those areas as well. None as riding hats are provided as well.

  • Badger Karting

    This sport is real fun but I think to really enjoy it you really have to go as a group. I used to go with my friends from work when a tournament was organised by the offices where I work. It was really exciting! Badger Karting is in Ta' Qali and they have 17 different track layouts & 25 petrol powered karts. They have events of arrive & drive...

  • Malta Annual Marathon

    The Malta Annual Marathon is held annually during the month of February, usually at the end. It is very popular and many athletes from all over the world participate. It starts in Mdina and passes from many towns in Malta, ending in Sliema. If you would like to know more about this marathon or would like to participate log on to the website...

  • Marsa Sports Club

    The Marsa Sports Club is situated in the South of Malta just on the route coming from the airport towards the centre of Malta. Here one can play golf, tennis, horse riding, use the running track, basket ball court, squash and pool facilities. However its very popular for horse riding, golf and tennis ! Well I guess they have gear available on the...

  • Recent addition to University Sports...

    Recently, at the University sports complex 3 football grounds where added. These are very popular amongst students who like to play football. They are continously maintained and very well kept ! Organise a team and come and join. You have to apply at the reception at the Sports Complex. Football gear and shoes I guess !

  • University Sports Complex

    At the University Sports Complex one can attend the gym, play squash, attend yoga classes, play waterpolo and swim. The complex consists of two swimming pools one of which has two diving boards. The complex also has ballet classes and one can also play volleyball and basketball. Adjacent to the complex there is a running track where many outdoor...

  • Golden Bay Horse-riding

    2 HOUR RIDE to the Popeye Village with great landscape and spectacular views. This ride is great for all ages for a reasonable price. If you think that 2 hours are too long, then try the 1 HOUR RIDE overlooking two of the most popular beaches in Malta for only Lm5 per person.SUMMER TIME: June to September; Working Hours: 8am to 8 pm WINTER TIME:...

  • Diving in Malta

    Every Dive is an adventure. You are going to see something different everytime. Malta and Gozo have loads of dive sites. Diving schools are abundant aswell so if you want to learn you can come . There are alot of wrecks and caves around the island if you interested in that kind of dive.If you would like more information either vist my other pages...

  • Quad Bikes

    On the same site as Popeye Village, Mellieha we found some quad bikes. It cost 20Lm per driver and you get 1 hour. You follow the guide across some of the rockiest terrain, down really steep slopes, through wooded areas and across the cliff tops over looking the beaches.A truley amazing experience, and one of the best ways to see some of Maltas...

  • Great for sea sports

    Malta is great for sea sports..Although it has a little number of sandy beaches,there are plenty of sports you can do..It is being estimated that Malta is one of the best country to do snorkeling in Europe.What is more,water and jet-skiing are very popular here.Furthermore,sailing is great tofeel good time.And ..and swimming for sure:)))Try Sandy...

  • Footballs coming home, it's coming

    If you happen to be in Bugibba during the footy season then you will find many pubs that screen most European games although the English Premiership and Serie A are the two favourites. In fact Malta has the largest Manchester United fan club outside of the UK. Your favourite teams shirt and your wallet!

  • Marsa Sports & Country Club

    Marsa Sports & Country Club is where one can find almost any kind of sport (except watersports), including: Golf, Tennis, Squash, Mini-Golf, Pool, Cricket, Bowling, Billiards. Visit website for more details!

  • Bocci

    Bocci is a variation on the game of Boules as played in other Mediterranean countries. We stopped and watched Bocci being played on a couple of occasions, once by "locals" and once a competitive game between two Maltese clubs. We kind of got the hang of the rules, though I don't think I'm 100% clear about them.It doesn't look like a dangerous sport...

  • Football fever

    The Maltese are great football fans. In Malta is a Maltese Premier League with 10 teams. Most of the League matches are held at the National stadium at Ta`Qali between Mosta and Rabat. Maltese football fans are enthusiastic and loud supporters. Despite the result of the game all seem to be happy and friendly. There is no crowd violence in Malta so...

  • Walk over the waves...

    Once you have seen it all on the beach, which could be hard to imagine, you might get aome action and go for the waves. Rent a jetski for an hour at least and enjoy the speed.


    Gozo has water sports.Malta has the shooting of birds.Some Maltese are slim and beautiful. But....The Maltese tend to be the most over-weight people in the universe. Why don't they walk to work and play more football?There is also a lot of in-breeding.Why don't the Maltese get slim and fit?Maybe they're depressed by the lack of unity.Socialists...

  • Dive Malta

    Malta is definately a top spot for scuba diving as the water around the island is very clear, probably down to the fact that they don't have sandy beaches.

  • Soccer fever

    If your holiday in Malta is in the middle of your local soccer season, there´s no problem! The Maltese are soccer fanatics too! They have a national league of their own and international games are also played.

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