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Azure Window

| Dwejra Bay, Island of Gozo, Malta
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“inland sea” (188 reviews)
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| Dwejra Bay, Island of Gozo, Malta
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This has collapsed into the sea, and one can see the remnants. The site is still to be seen while touring by boat. The tour companies will still stop near to show you this.

Thank LiketoeatCincinnati
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Although the Azure Window has collapsed now, we have still enjoyed a stunning sunset sitting on some of the finest rock formations with a delicious beer. There is also a little path down to the "blue hole" where you can take a dip if you...More

Thank Sebastian B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Azure window may have fallen earlier this year but the location is gorgeous and well worth a visit. The blue sea and stunning cliffs are breathtaking. They are making access to another window but timescales and location unknown at the moment.

Thank bambi23
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Azure Window is, sadly, no more, as it collapsed on 8 March 2017. All you can see of the arch now is the base of the supporting arch in the water. But do not despair as you can still enjoy the amazing Dweijra Bay....More

Thank Peter G
Reviewed 1 week ago

Unfortunately this no longer exists and there is nothing to see except a small church. Seems to be a site now for diving activities and there is a boat trip available

Thank 888geoff
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is with great sadness that I visited the azure window, three months after its collapse. One should probably start referring to it as the 'Azure edge' Still a gorgeous area with the inland sea and azure eye at the same venue

Thank Dirk-Gently007
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was indeed breathtaking to see Azure Window!Once again, nature has created something unique and wonderful.

Thank yiabi
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A stunning dive at the blue hole gives you a great experience of the topography down there. It's amazing to see the size of the rock down there and how life has moved in.

1  Thank Benjamin R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place is just amazing. Even though I went there after the window has fallen, the bay had surprised me. The nature of this place is breathtaking, with hills and cliffs mixed with the water. You can enjoy diving there or doing picnics. It is...More

Thank Omar S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As is well known, the window collapsed into the sea earlier this year. Unfortunately the tour buses still stop off at the place where the window used to be. Now there is NOTHING to see except the place where the window used to be. It...More

Thank peterroseuk1934
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Hi Can someone please let me know from where you can get boat to Azure Window??and how long the boat trip takes?? Many thanks
5 April 2016|
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