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San Lawrenz, Island of Gozo, Malta
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Reviewed today

Popped down after passing through St Lawrenz, happened upon it almost by accident. Walked down to the inland sea, and took a boat trip around the bay. Excellent guide, worth the 4 euros each - amazing views. Had an ice cream and short stroll across...More

Thank Carolyn M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I guess the inland sea is okay as it is in a very convenient location for locals, but considering that it is located near Gozo’s Blue Hole, I found it to be quite a disappointing/boring place. There are many more beautiful beaches in Malta and...More

Thank Remy S
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

To call this an inland sea is absurd. They claim it's a natural phenomenon but everything about the place screams quarry. I'm not saying I'm right or that if it is a quarry it's modern, in all probability it's an ancient site and any quarrying...More

Thank Harry C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Its a must see attraction of gozo only goes for 15 minutes but simply beautiful. Patrick was our tour guide and gave us a tour to remember.

Thank amicallef86
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A really beautiful sheltered cove. And great to swim in, the little boats take tourists through to the sea and back again, but it’s organised and you know where to swim but I dived there and so the only traffic is divers and fish loads...More

Thank Anthony J
Reviewed 1 week ago

The inland sea is a large, sheltered lagoon, accessed via a slipway from the car park for Dwejra Bay. There is a sloping shingle beach with an area roped off for swimming, a small cafe and some colourful, if rather concrete looking, fishermen huts. It...More

Thank Jellybellydancer
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We hired a car in Malta for a day, with the sole purpose of going to Gozo, and packing in and seeing as much as we possibly could in the day. We made San Lawrenz our first port of call after arriving in Gozo by...More

2  Thank thetravellingmanUk
Reviewed 27 June 2018

Pity the Azure Window is no more, but we have enjoyed several meals at a little eatery beside the Inland Sea and a boat trip through the cave to the open sea.

1  Thank LIZ151247
Reviewed 19 June 2018

This is a must see place, and try and chose a day when sea is calm to enjoy a cheap ride outside & visit the cliffs. It is also good for a swim but be careful of the sweeping currents coming in.

Thank Matthew M
Reviewed 16 June 2018

Lovely - but quite busy - sheltered spot for a swim right by Dwejra Bay. The waters by the Bay are quite rough but inside the waters are tranquil. Restaurants, shops, bathrooms, etc.m just a short walk up the hill mostly surrounding the parking lot.

1  Thank chitownsam
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