Nachtduik. Vliegende poon, sand eels, waaierkokerwormen, baby sepia, gele drievinnige slijmvis, kreeft, heremietkreeften en zeekomkommers
Sirens is mainly used as a practice and training area for new divers because of its shallow, calm and clear waters and easy entrances and exits. It's also commonly used as a night dive site. Sirens has rocky features covered in weeds and seagrass on a sandy bottom and it's littered with medium sized and small boulders underneath the quay wall which form a perfect habitat for lots of life. Even the experienced diver with an exploring nature will love this place.
Enter and leave the water via a sloping path or via the 'historical' pools cut out in the rock which are accessible via stairs. Please make sure not to disturb any diver training sessions being held here.
Don't go too far out because of possible small boats entering and leaving the small harbour and bay.
- Sirene, Sirenes
- Triq San Geraldu, St Pauls Bay, Malta
- Sufficient parking
- 10 m.
- Suitable for
- All levels, day out with the family, underwater photography, scuba diving practice, scuba diving training
- Free access, stairs or ladder, sloping path with handrail
- Accessible toilet, diving school, restaurant with toilet
- Kind of dive
- Shore dive, night dive, reef dive , explorer dive, snorkeling
- 10 - 30 m.
- Average visibility
- 20 m.
- 15 m.
- rotsblokken,rotsen,zand en zeegras
- Red-spotted horseshoe, bath sponge, scorpionfish, common octopus, european parrotfish, flying gurnard, cuckoo wrasse, mediterranean damselfish, swallowtail seaperch (anthias), black faced blenny, saddled bream, rainbow wrasse, peacocks tail
- Other recreation
- Snorkeling , sunbathing, swimming , boating, yachting