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Azure Window-Inland Sea-Dwejra Bay

Dwejra Bay is one of the most spectacular areas in Gozo, attracting numerous crowds throughout the whole year

Dwejra Bay, The Inland Sea and Azure Window in Gozo has dramatic and spectacular scenery that are good for bathing off the rugged rocks, and excellent for snorkelling.

The Inland Sea has shallow, calm and safe waters with a pebbly shore and seabed good for swimming and children. There are also good areas for swimming at Dwejra, with views of the breath-taking Azure Window, however it is rougher and the sea is significantly deeper and is not reccomended for children and inexperienced swimmers. 

Gozo Gebla Tal General Raod, St Lawrence, Gozo, Malta Rocks Food/Drink stands - yes Chair/Umbrella rental - no Restroom - no Water sport rental - no Lifeguard - no Recommended for children - no
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The Azur Window from the sea Azur Window and the Inland sea in Dwejra point gozo Azur Window and the sea of the sea of the Dwejra bay in Gozo Azur Window from the sea Cliff on the inland sea Inside the path to the Inland sea The Azur Window in Dwejra Bay gozo The blue hole near Azur Window The blue hole near the Azur Window in Dwejra Bay gozo The Inland sea

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  • Lazyfairy the August 31, 2011 at 14:6

    Stunning and majestic. Nature display its beauty and power. Breathtakingly beautiful

  • bonole the August 8, 2011 at 11:5

    A magical place with beautiful scenery and spectacular views. One of my favourite spots in Malta