The Reqqa Point or Reqqa Reef dive in Ghasri, Gozo is a nice dive due to its beautiful view into the clear blue Mediterranean Sea and diversity of marine life of the north coast.
Diving at Reqqa Point or Reqqa Reef you will see large groupers, dentex, rays as well as barracudas and if you look by the boulders you can also find lobsters and morays. Getting to the dive site might be slightly hard as the site is not easy to find and you have to walk a bit fully geared. It is recommended to dive at Reqqa Point with someone who has been there before and diving is not recommended during strong winds.
In the dive you descend along a large wall that runs down to over 60 meters covered in sponges with a lot of small fish present. You can choose to stop on the sandy reef bottom before the drop at about 25m.
There are several smaller overhangs, caves to explore and at 18m you will find a spectacular chimney. When visiting Reqqa Point or Reqqa Reef take the opportunity to visit the salt pans nearby.
For tec divers, you can enter a bell-shaped cave at approximately 30 meters. Once inside, you can drift down to the ever-expanding cave, but you won’t be able to see the exit until you are at the bottom on the sand at 56 meters. To exit, you will need to descend to 63 meters, so only Trimix divers can visit the cave itself.