For all its unique beauty, it might just be that the wonder of Gozo resides almost completely unappreciated by most of its inhabitants and undisturbed by their progress. What lies beneath the surface of the sea surrounding this island is the stuff of fairytales. Caverns, crevices and fantastic colour characterize the sub-aquatic culture enjoyed almost exclusively by the island’s foreign guest divers and the marine population itself. The man-made wrecks of ships strewn strategically at popular diving spots are almost superfluous, but they are there nonetheless to test the professional diver’s acrobatic prowess.
 

A distinct appeal is held by the near lying Comino, with its imposing cliffs and alluring caves, a natural lair for pirates in the days of yore. Divers can search for long-lost artifacts off the shores of this intriguing island, where many a ship foundered against the island’s unforgiving jagged coastline, or challenge the underwater caverns that maze deep underneath the island. 

Grand Hotel Gozo : Gozo Leisure : Gozo Diving
Grand Hotel Gozo : Gozo Leisure : Gozo Diving
Grand Hotel Gozo : Gozo Leisure : Gozo Diving
Grand Hotel Gozo : Gozo Leisure : Gozo Diving
Grand Hotel Gozo : Gozo Leisure : Gozo Diving
Grand Hotel Gozo : Gozo Leisure : Gozo Diving