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Message from TripAdvisor: The geologic formation known as Azure Window has fallen into the sea. Please keep this in mind when visiting this area.

Azure Window

| Dwejra Bay, Island of Gozo, Malta
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“inland sea” (214 reviews)
“boat trip” (121 reviews)
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| Dwejra Bay, Island of Gozo, Malta
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Unfortunately the sea arch known as The Azure Window no longer exists. It is still possible to take the boat trip through the cliffs and see the coral and cliff features and as this only costs 4 euros it is a worthwhile experience if you...More

Thank gill p
Reviewed 6 days ago

If you want to come to this place so you can take a selfie with Azure and go home, don't bother because it is gone. But for me Malta offers many beautiful places to hike and this is one of them. When I visited Azure...More

Thank Chess_girl
Reviewed 1 week ago

Sadly the window is no more, but if you are a fossil/shell enthusiast the rocks there are full. Plus sea is nice. Even if not a diver like myself, one can do some great snorkelling around

Thank Sim0nCar
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is still one of the best areas from which to enjoy breathtaking views, even though the window rock formation has collapsed. The sea crashing in the land, the tower, small chapel, inland sea, Fungus Rock and the landscape in itself are a must to...More

Thank Loraine B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A great place to visit, even if the window collapsed. The wild foamy waves create an image hard to forget.

Thank Alexandru_Sandulescu
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Azure window does not exist anymore due to the collapse of the top of the rock formation. But the viewpoint is still spectacular. A cavelike formation beside the rock lets sea water penetrate in a thundering sound in a seawater lake nearby.

Thank Marcel P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful area. Can imagine even without the window it would still look pretty good. Scenic area only however not many activities.

Thank Foxesfan1884
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Inevitably erosion took its course. Nothing to see. Yet Luis who owns a souvenir stall must be the best, most endearing and persistent salesman in Gozo, because he sold us, not only a picture of the late Azure window but also 5 other scenes of...More

Thank RayMossy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Geological formation of azure window has fallen to the sea unfortunately. Though place still has its own magic and you have to go there when you’re on gozo.

Thank PepeJarrive
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We went here back in late 2016. Seeing the Azure Window was so amazing. Still go here even if the window is gone as the area is nice and picturesque.

Thank sakic19
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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