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Ras Il-Qala, also known as Qala Point, is a dive site located at the most eastern point of Gozo, Malta. This site is particularly suited for divers of all levels, including beginners. The dive here offers an exploration of a spectacular rocky landscape with a wall that features a drop-off starting at 10 meters. The underwater scenery is typical of Maltese waters, with crevasses and overhangs that provide shelter to a variety of marine life.

The average depth at Ras Il-Qala is around 10 meters, with a maximum depth of 15 meters. This makes it an accessible site for less experienced divers while still offering interesting features for those with more diving experience. The seabed below consists of a sloping sandy floor interspersed with boulders of various sizes.

Divers can expect to see marine life such as double banded bream, spider crabs, European parrotfish, ornate or Turkish wrasse, striped red mullet, cuckoo wrasse, saddled bream, and rainbow wrasse. The visibility in the area ranges between 20 to 40 meters, with an average visibility of about 30 meters.

Ras Il-Qala offers a serene and picturesque diving experience, perfect for those looking to explore the unique underwater landscapes and marine life of the Mediterranean


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