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Azure Window

| Dwejra Bay, Island of Gozo, Malta
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| Dwejra Bay, Island of Gozo, Malta
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This was the first place to visit in Gozo and the one I liked the most. Although the Window is no longer there, the place has a natural beauty and it worths visiting. We enjoyed a boat ride for 4€/adult which brought us from the...More

Thank Patricia G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you are staying at Selima or Valletta or any place far from Gozo, you will need a full day to go there which was difficult for a tight time. It is nice but with a difficult and long transportation..

Thank Petermicho
Reviewed 1 week ago

Me my family and my friends and their families loved going to the azure window it was very nice . When it fell we were all devastated a cryed but we all have memories of it : panting s photos and jokes

Thank frankwillis07
Reviewed 1 week ago

Although the actual azure window is no longer there due to the storms thus is a beautiful place to visit. Lots of diving here. You can also swim from the pebble beach and take a boat ride around the cliffs and caves.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Like a lot of tourists we went to see the Azure Window and spent a few minutes looking for it. Then I noticed a sign with a plan of the area. On the plan was a dotted line with the words " where the Azure...More

Thank Alan T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Azure Window has gone, victim of our indulgences but Azure area is still there to the good thankfully. A beautiful place to visit, not to be missed in Gozo. Certainly our favourite place in Gozo.

Thank porterIreland
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The place was outstanding. It was a shock to find out it is gone for ever...There is still some rocks left and you can enjoy the sunset in a very special environment.

Thank Dona_Nils
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of my main reasons for visiting Malta / Gozo was to see the Azure Window. As soon as i'd booked the holiday - it collapsed. But the area has so much more to offer. There's rock pools, beautiful views still remain of Dwejra bay....More

Thank Abbyxo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Azure window collapsed into the sea during a bad storm and no longer represents the beautiful arch which had been world famous. However, if you dive, there is now an added bonus as the collapsed rock stacks lie like giant icebergs in the water,...More

Thank Martyn R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This place is great, there had been a lot of rumours that the window fell down...Don't believe everything you read :) seriously, it's a great place to visit, regardless of the erosion...And after all the window is only there because of erosion. Lovely chillaxy natural...More

2  Thank Adomski99
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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
23 September 2015|
Response from BorgBenjamin |
You can forget the azure window as it is in the bottom of the ocean