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Azure Window, Island of Gozo

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Swim, scuba dive, or take a boat around the waters of Azure Window, a limestone arch formation. The arch was created when two limestone sea caves collapsed, leaving a rock formation that resembles a window to the brilliantly blue sea. Note that walking on top of the rocks is strictly forbidden. Make sure to bring your camera along to capture photos of this unusual structure and its surrounding scenery. Game of Thrones fans may recognize this attraction from season one of the television series. Put Azure Window into our San Lawrenz tour planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • all the tour I've ever done, Malta is expectacular, with your beauty rustica, a patriotismos and religion too. Church everywhere with total security. Visit àIlha for Fun, is unmissable but has to be done in the summer in order to make better use of all beauty and make a dip in the blue waters
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  • It is one of the sites that more he has impressed me, the truth is that I surprised many be below the azure window... missed me to bathe there... but I'll be back when best time to be able to bathe in these waters
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  • Arrived on the island of Gozo was the first thing I went to see. Unfortunately it was a lovely day but the sea was very rough and the wind blew strongly, but it was great to watch the Bay of Dwejra and this rock formation carved as if it were a bridge, known as Azure Window. Bring your camera, click amazing pictures even in bad weather. Not to be missed.
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  • Beautiful setting for a lovely restaurant with great food and service. It's the only restaurant by the azure window and inland sea. We had a bit of a wait for tables and it seems the best tables were booked up by possibly a tour group. The interior is light spacious and airy being open on two sides. The views of the inland sea are lovely. Food was delicious, full of flavour and generous portions. Priced just a little higher than other restaurants but you get beautiful setting and food. Service was great from the senior staff but patchy from the juniors. However this was compensated for by complimentary bruschetta and nice chat from the manager. An afternoon visit to this restaurant is a great accompaniment to a sunset by the azure window.
  • Nice presented and well cooked food. Not too expensive. Free wifi (slow as Malta's Standard).
  • The restaurant doesn't impress on its looks, but the food is certainly good and it's also conveniently placed near the Azure Window. Worth a visit.
  • One of the best restaurants on the island. Although there are no other restaurants nearby, the food is really good here, i haven't been disappointed yet. Tried several foods from the list, so far i liked all of them, so i recommend it to all my friends. Stuff is nice, friendly and fast. Definitely worth to go here.
  • Lovely scenery. One of the coolest natural structures I've ever seen. It's a shame some use it as they're personal trash can. The salt deposits are teaming with trash and cigarette butts. While I was there, I even saw a woman but out her cigarette right on the rocks, and just left it there. Disgusting.