Top Mediterranean Articles
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Costa del Sol
It’s been the mainstay of British tourists for more than 30 years, but what does the Costa del Sol offer holiday divers. We ask DIVE readers what they think.
Shore diving in Malta & Gozo
10 Great Shore Dives in Malta & GozoShore diving is an easy, cheap and convenient option when abroad, offering you the freedom and flexibility to dive where and when you want – and Malta is one destination that’s particularly suited to it, says Jo Mattock
The island of Cyprus lies in the eastern Mediterranean and offers a fascinating alternative to the Red Sea diving holiday
Sandwiched between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, Gibraltar offers some varied diving. Four DIVE readers talk about their experiences there. Interviews by Kate Quarry
Sailing, waterskiing, windsurfing – if diving is only one of your favourite watery pursuits, then check out the In Depth resort in Turkey …
Sardinia is known for both its good-quality Mediterranean diving and its Italian hospitality. DIVE readers give their verdicts.
It was a chilly April in Cyprus, and my notion to take my girlfriend away for a spot of winter sun had been foiled by unnaturally cool weather.
The big Don
The sinking of the Don Pedro container ship off Ibiza and its subsequent clean-up has created a monster wreck dive to rival the best in the world. Words and photographs by Neil Hope
Real guide to Cyprus
Warm sea, clear water, direct flights and one of the world’s best shipwrecks, make Cyprus one of the Mediterranean’s most popular dive locations
The Wild Coast
Beautiful corals, abundant colourful marine life and peace and quiet may not be the first things that come to mind when you think of the Costa Brava in Spain, but that’s the world you’ll find underwater. Words and photographs by Wolfgang Pölzer
Stepping Stones to Africa (the Canary Islands)
Closer to Africa than Spain, the Canary Islands are made up of a combination of cultures. Sue Scott, Tony Gilbert and Dan Burton also find the diving an eclectic mix ...
Wreck diving in Malta
Malta's top wrecksA long-time favourite with UK holidaymakers, the Maltese archipelago continues to attract divers, but for Charles Hood, it’s all about the wrecks. Here’s his guide to the best sites
Hordes of Brits visit these islands every year, but what’s the underwater action like? DIVE readers give us the lowdown.
Diving HMS Stubborn
The perfect wreckWhile working as diving supervisor on a BBC film about deep Second World War wrecks, technical diver Richard Bull (left) found the ideal trimix dive. Photographs by Michael Pitts
Dive Gulet in Turkey
If you want to combine relaxing cruising around the Med with some easy diving, a Turkish liveaboard might just have the answer. Report by Charlotte Boan …
Diving the Maltese Islands: Malta, Gozo & Comino
Tremendous TrioThe three Islands that make up the Maltese Archipelago – Malta, the largest; Gozo, the mythical isle of Calypso; and tiny Comino, famous for its Blue Lagoon
Diving the KT-12 wreck, Sardinia
Top gunThe wreck of the KT-12 in Sardinia makes for a perfect weekend’s diving – good visibility, lots of marine life and plenty of guns.
Located to the east of Mallorca and Ibiza, Menorca is the second-largest of the Balearic Islands.
In Depth guide to Malta
Malta is fast acquiring the reputation of a wreck-diver’s haven, due in no small part to its government’s proactive campaign to attract divers by sinking decommissioned vessels. Report and photographs by Jane Morgan
Real guide to Malta
The real dealWith a reputation for good-quality Mediterranean diving, Malta is set to become even more popular with the emergence of low-cost flights and wrecks sunk to order
The island of Porquerolles off the South of France offers divers the opportunity of decent Mediterranean diving combined with the beautiful landscape of the French Riviera, all just two hours away from the UK. Words and photographs by Guy Middleton a…
The southernmost and smallest of the Balearic Islands is a real paradise
While Cornish diving is renowned among Brit divers, few have ventured across the Channel to enjoy the similar diving found in Brittany. Neil Hope joins a trip on the liveaboard that pioneered diving in this wild corner of Atlantic France
Lying between El Hierro to the west and Tenerife to the east, La Gomera is the second smallest of the seven islands.
If you’re looking to combine a summer holiday with good Mediterranean diving, a trip to Turkey may well fit the bill. Lawrence Cummings reports…
It’s the land where east meets west, but does Turkey offer an equally exotic mix?
Sardinia is a big, mountainous island, so for divers it makes sense to choose a base and stick to it
The Canary Islands
When it comes to budget winter sun holidays, the Canary Islands is one of the most popular destinations for visitors from the UK. And the islands’ popularity is not just limited to winter...
Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, with high peaks and lush valleys in the interior
The Canary Islands
A small piece of Europe off the coast of Africa, the Canary Islands offer something for everyone. DIVE readers give the low down on the diving.
There's more to the Mediterranean than you might think. DIVE readers head off the beaten track for some alternative Med diving. Report by Kate Quarry.
INDepth - Ectsasy in Estartit
Some say it’s a snapshot of the unspoiled Mediterranean as it was in the 1950s, and its solid infrastructure for tourism and superior subtropical dive sites make it a serious alternative to the traditional Red Sea break.
Real Guide to the Canaries
With its clear waters, year-round warm temperatures and varied marine life, the Canary Islands has become a diving favourite, DIVE reports
Easydive – Mediterranean breaks
With the increase in cheap flights to Europe from the UK, divers can enjoy a quick, warm-water jaunton a budget. We’ve put together six Mediterranean breaks from the flight and accommodation deals currently available. DIVE has done the planning for y…
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Dive guide: Mediterranean islands
Ibiza, Sardinia, Malta and Gozo and Cyprus - four diverse Mediterranean islands offer warm, blue water, colourful subtropical reefs, amazing wreck dives and tasty treats you can enjoy when you’re not underwater.
Most of the diving in the Canary Islands is easy, and limited to a depth of 30m. While this is true of La Palma, there are strong currents which bring a variety of marine life to the island.
Spain has been welcoming British tourists for years, but what does it have to offer when it comes to diving. DIVE gets the lowdown on getting the best out of Spain.
Big Guns of the Black Sea
I know what you’re thinking. If you go diving in the Black Sea, do you get… black water? While it is true that the sea derives its name from the dark appearance of its waters from above, there is plenty to see below the surface.
Of the seven islands that make up the archipelago of theCanary Islands, Tenerife is the largest and the most popularwith visitors from the UK.
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