The Azure Window
The Azure Window is Gozo’s iconic flat-topped natural rock arch over the sea at Dwejra. It can be seen from the shore or from a boat, but walking over it is no longer safe. The Azure Window stands very close to two other famous natural landmarks – the Inland Sea, and Dwejra Bay. The stunning geography of the area was created thousands of years ago when two limestone caves collapsed. This and the nearby Blue Hole and Inland Sea are also popular scuba diving sites.
Open all year round.
"Breathtaking, especially on a windy day!"
Reviewed 29 June 2013 - Visited June 2013
I have been to Dwejra lots of times and the view of the Azure Window is always worth a visit. You can no longer go to the top as there have been recent rockfalls and the cliffs are unsafe but if you follow the path up to and around the side of the church you not only get a stunning view of the window but if you're brave enough to go to the edge, you can look down into the Blue Hole. This is a popular site for divers too.
Also here is the inland sea where you can take a boat trip through a gap in the cliffs to the open water where you will be shown several caves and coral formations below the water line. This also allows you to see the Window from the other side. Highly recommended.
Just a short walk away from the main car park is the coastal path that takes you down towards Fungus Rock. We have spent many hours fishing in this little cove.
Above on the cliff is Dwejra Tower.
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