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Migra ferha

Migra Ferha is a serene and picturesque place situated in the southern region of Malta, offering breathtaking views both above and below the water’s surface. However, accessing this spot can be challenging as it involves descending and ascending steep stairs consisting of approximately 150 steps. Yet, the effort is well worth it once you dive beneath the waves.

Underwater, you’ll encounter an array of captivating features. Massive boulders dominate the landscape, accompanied by a plateau adorned with several submerged car wrecks. A highlight is the magnificent and spacious cave, boasting an intricate system of tunnels that extend to depths of 30 meters. Descending further, beyond the 40-meter mark, you’ll discover a fascinating collection of approximately a dozen car wrecks resting on the seabed. These wrecks serve as unique habitats, attracting a diverse array of marine life such as octopi, moray eels, groupers, and more.

Upon ascending from the depths, as you make your way back towards the surface, a small cave with a sandy bottom awaits you at around 15 meters. This tranquil hideaway provides a serene environment to conclude your dive. The memories and sensations experienced in this remarkable location will stay with you for a long time, undoubtedly leaving an indelible mark on your diving adventures.

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