Dwejra attractions

Top Choice Area in Dwejra

Dwejra Bay & Dwejra Point

The collapsed cavern of Dwejra Bay has been invaded by the sea, and is guarded by the brooding bulk of Fungus Rock. A path below Dwejra (Qawra) Tower leads to a flight of stairs cut into the rock, leading down to a …
Dive Site in Dwejra

Blue Hole

The Blue Hole is a vertical chimney running down into the limestone, about 10m in diameter and 25m deep, that connects with the open sea through an underwater arch about 8m down. Understandably, it's a very popular …
Lagoon in Dwejra

Inland Sea

The Inland Sea is a cliff-bound lagoon connected to the open sea by a tunnel that runs for 100m through the headland of Dwejra Point. The tunnel is big enough for small boats to sail through in calm weather, and the…
Castle in Dwejra

Dwejra (Qawra) Tower

Visit this restored tower for breathtaking views.
Natural Feature in Dwejra

Fungus Rock

Fungus Rock is known in Malti as 'Il-Ġebla tal-Ġeneral' (the General's Rock). Both its names derive from the fact that the Knights of St John used to collect a rare plant from the rock's summit. The plant (Cynomoriu…
Nature Centre in Dwejra

Dwejra Marine Environmental Education Centre

While at the Inland Sea, stop in at this interesting centre to learn about the natural history and underwater marine life of the area.
Church in Dwejra

Chapel of St Anne

Between the Inland Sea and the Blue Hole is the little Chapel of St Anne, built in 1963 on the site of a much older church.