Even without the Azure window I loved this place, my husband was very skeptical about going to see something that was no longer there but by the end hr was converted! We have 2 small kids aged 3 and 5 so we didn't walk all...More
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We had to see Dwejra with our own eyes since hearing about the March 2017 falling of the Azure window into the sea. It's still beautiful and magical. It's just different without the Azure Window. We discovered people were stone stacking in the channels/walkways leading...More
Want to have the feeling being in a magic tale? Well, here you are. We arrived at three so it wasn't all too busy.
The Azure window at Dwejra collapsed in its entirety on 08.03.2017 leaving no evidence that it was ever there; this spectacular rock formation is gone. Nevertheless this is still a terrific place to visit - in sunshine or storms, still spectacular.
A 4 euro boat trip through the caves and around the coast line, the water so blue it looks fake and beautiful views of the caves and coastline. It was amazing, and such a shame the Azure window collapsed only a couple of months before...More
Wow that's the word I use , breathtaking scenery and defiantly felt you were on the Game of Thrones set. We visited Oct 16 but devastatingly the azure window (which has been unstable for years) crashed into the sea during a storm. It's a loss...More
Ok there is no Azure Window anymore! But still Dwejra bay is still amazing and did you notice the 'Gebla tal-General'? , in the sea which you can sea from Dwejra? If yes check out the legends written about it! Also do not forget to...More