Discover the best top things to do in Marsascala, Malta including DiveMed, Apnea Total Malta - Freediving School, Sant'Antnin Family Park, Torri Mamo, Shimmer N Shine Beauty Salon, St. Thomas Tower, Zenshin, Krav Maga, Sun Dawn Fishing Trips.
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5 based on 82 reviews
Off the beaten path,in the southern part of Malta,lies the stunning fishing village of Marsaskala. With the harmonic lifestyle of traditional Malta as our backdrop and the Mediterranean Sea outside our door, we offer a dive base like no other. Our doors are open all year round to welcome divers willing to experience the beauty beneath our seas. Wreck can be enjoyed within less than a minute travel time to shore or boat,varying depths between 18m and 80m. This way all enthusiastic divers may explore to their hearts content at the level most comfortable to them. Between tug boats and planes,freighters and destroyers, anyone can dive what pleases them most. The caves and reefs that stretch along the Maltese Islands can be reached by our boat so every nook and cranny can be enjoyed. When learning to dive you expect care and attention as well as a dedicated professional. We know that and therefore insist on the importance of attentive instruction at all levels of diving.
Me and my friend did a open water and advanced open water...amazing experience and really kind and professional staff!!!!
100 % we will do the deep water corse with those instructors!!!!
I highly recommend this center for those who want to enjoy one of the gorgeous experiences in the life GOOD GUY ....KEEP IT UP!!!!
5 based on 12 reviews
Apnea Total Malta was born out of passion for freediving. We are a team of experienced and dedicated instructors. We offer 6 different COURSES, from newcomers to professionals, TRAINING, COACHING and EXPEDITIONS. We always keep our groups small. We do not focus on numbers or depth but on relaxation and technique. Courses start every week, they are extremely practical and 100% safe and fun.
Freediving with Arturo in Malta was great!
Aside from being an excellent freediving instructor, he’s a very nice and down-to-earth guy who it’s a pleasure to be around.
In addition, he knows a lot of great locations to go freediving in Malta and Gozo (including some very nice shipwrecks).
I’d go back to Malta again just to freedive with Arturo.
4 based on 11 reviews
My wife and I decided to explore this park in the late afternoon, and towards the end of September 2017. We reached the park by taking a bus to Marsascala, and then walking up the hill from the centre.
We are frequent visitors to Malta but this was our first time here. The park opened in February 2013. It was previously used as a landfill/dump site back in the 1970's. It is clear to see that a lot of effort has gone in to making the park the way it looks today, but even so, we couldn't help but get the feeling that it is not quite finished yet.
It really covers a vast area.
There is a free car park, children's play areas, an Amphitheatre, a small section with animals, picnic area, dog park, maze, a relaxation area, plus a whole lot more besides. There is a Visitor's Centre too, but this was closed when we arrived. There was a sign on the door saying that their opening hours are from Monday to Friday, 9am until 1pm.
For us, this was quite a pleasant, and unusual find in Malta.
We noticed that the park started to get busier with locals bringing their children along as early evening approached.
For visitors, probably better visiting in the cooler months, or in the early mornings or evenings during the summer season, as it can get extremely hot during the day in the summer season.
Wear suitable footwear, be prepared to do quite a bit of walking if you intend exploring the place fully, and take drinks/snacks with you, as we certainly couldn't see anywhere to buy refreshments.
3.5 based on 12 reviews
This Torri is beautiful inside and it's such a pity it is always closed. The hotel Jemma palace which is opposite it between the sea and the Torri is completely derelict with graffiti all over it and slowly falling down so the whole area which could be interesting and worth a visit is just awful. I wouldn't make an effort to go there except when walking to St Thomas's around the point.
5 based on 4 reviews
Been on holiday and great to find a salon home from home, lots treatments offered, clean, hygienic and very professional. Can't wait to come back.Thank you for this lovely review, glad you enjoyed your visit and hope to see you again on your next holiday. X
3 based on 54 reviews
The building looks interesting, but is sitting in a clearly "abandoned lot" where vegetation is just left to it self.
A cat colony has taken over the grounds and are roaming the place.
It looks like an interesting place - but it could need a caring hand - and to be opened so you can visit it and see it on the inside
Focusing on medical, therapeutic & sports massage is what sets Zenshin apart from the majority of other massage parlours in Malta. We use a blend of techniques, such as, Traditional Thai massage, Chinese cupping, Swedish massage & Deep Tissue massage to heal various health conditions. We use high quality natural products and Traditional Thai Herbs to ensure that your visit here is unforgettable.
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