At the tip of the Delimara peninsula, past Marsaxlokk, is a small square rock which indicates the diving area. An underwater reef commences at a depth of 9 meters and drops gradually down to 12 meters, where you find a vertical cliff down to 25 meters. There is also a cave and a vertical tunnel right back to the top of the reef.
The bottom is littered with some large boulders. Amongst these one can see elusive groupers. Beyond these, on the seabed of open sand, you can also often find stingrays and various other fish and marine life can be seen.
This place is reachable from shore, but we recommend to use boat to avoid long walking. Delimara Point offers a good alternative at Northwest winds, since it is nicely sheltered at the time.
Get your Advanced Open Water certificate to dive here!