Welcome to Dwejra
Geology and the sea have conspired to produce some spectacular coastal scenery at Dwejra on the west coast. Two vast, underground caverns in the limestone have collapsed to create two circular depressions now occupied by Dwejra Bay and the Inland Sea. The Azure Window, a huge natural arch in the sea cliffs that drew throngs of tourists, collapsed into the sea in March 2017 as a result of natural erosion. Huge underwater sections of the arch can be seen on 15-minute boat trips leaving from the Inland Sea, and the surrounding coastal landscapes are still wildly scenic and definitely worth visiting.