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Azure Window

| Dwejra Bay, Island of Gozo, Malta
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  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
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“inland sea” (189 reviews)
“boat trip” (113 reviews)
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| Dwejra Bay, Island of Gozo, Malta
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A beautiful sight, I'm sad it will not be there waiting for me on our annual summer visit. Beautiful scenery, a rugged landscape of waves. Good for some photographs.

Thank Jesseekarr
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Came here on a bus tour and yes it would have been great if the Azure window was still in place, sadly it isn't. There's are walks in this area and a few shop's for refreshments . There's a bay to swim in and also...More

Thank Bruce1964
Reviewed 2 days ago

It is a terrible shame that the sea has reclaimed the window but this is still a lovely place to visit for the inland sea (take a little boat for a trip through the cave tunnel to the sea and see the other caves and...More

Thank wisewonderer1223
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

All things change in time. The window was no exception. It's sad to see it gone. It will be interesting to see how long it will take to have major bus lanes going to the new window.

Thank mrhover
Reviewed 6 days ago

Even without the Azure window this spot is still home to unspoilt views across the Mediterranean. The blue lagoon is a popular swimming spot and several shops sit alongside the site to allow for a snack or lunch to be had.

Thank Bfmcm
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Since the azure window has fallen into the sea now its an okay place to see for five minutes, but don't go out of your way to go there. There are more spectacular bits of coastline to see elsewhere.

Thank Michelle 'Shell... A
Reviewed 1 week ago

The window is now lying at the bottom of the sea and easy to see why! The waves are ferocious, really stunning place with rock formations, crashing seas , certainly still worth a visit

Thank stuart w
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Azure Window is gone but this place is worth a visit anyway. The scenery is still magnificent. Bring good shoes.

Thank Peter W. S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Ok the window may have been destroyed by high seas early 2017 but there is still the strange sight of the "inland sea" with its cave tunnel into which boat rides are available ,followed by lunch or dinner at the Azure restaurant where we ate...More

Thank 2ageingtravellers
Reviewed 1 week ago

Although the azure window has now been reclaimed by the sea the area is still worth a visit because of the natural beauty that the area has. There is the inland sea, where you can take a little boat trip out to the sea and...More

2  Thank Christine C
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bellashanny
5 April 2016|
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Response from mayasfan |
Walk away from the window/water and across the parking lot. There is a small path that leads down to a lagoon with docks. You catch the boat off those docks. They do not usually start the tour until the boat is full or... More
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