This attraction is an amazing stone arch through which the sea flows (hence the azure window) located at the tiny settlement of Dwejra, which is also the site of the 'inland sea' and the Blue Hole or Grotto beloved of divers. Clear? Well check out how many different entries Tripadvisor has for these 'separate' places. It's quite easy to get there on the bus service (number 311) but actually it's a bit disappointing. There are many such arches around, and this one doesn't look likely to last much longer. The 'village' is tacky and seedy, apart from a small Gozo Glass outlet shop, and the shacks and seaside rubbish around the inland sea is quite a let down. Even the tunnel out to the sea proper turns out to be man made. We didn't stay long once we'd got our obligatory pix. Be warned, the public bus only comes once an hour and there can be quite a scrum to get on.
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