As you will be aware the window collapsed in March 2017 so there is nothing to see save for the remnant of the old column occasionally poking out of the waves. I assume the local traders are adjusting as to how to market a now...More
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According to various reference sites, the creation, development and demise of the archway took about 500 years altogether. The areas to snorkel and dive (or even just swim) are interesting though you have to pick your way VERY carefully over some sharp or slippery rocks...More
We knew that the azure window was broken in march of this year. But I thought we could see leastwise some stones in the water, but you can't. You can see some people standing on stones and snorkeling around it should be. But from the...More
We were lucky enough to go to Gozo last year and see the amazing window. It is almost more amazing now, as it is hard to believe such a huge structure has been totally washed away. My husband is a scuba diver and dived with...More
Though the windoa itself was destroyed by the storm last year, but the view neverthless is breathaking. Deep blue sea, nice location for chill out and dive also for snorkelling. It was really wonderfull despite the crowd.
The Azure Window was a spectacular attraction for Gozo. We have visited several times over the years, and knew this trip would be different after the Window's collapse earlier this year. However, as much as I love Gozo, there had been a lovely little cafe...More
The window may be gone but this is one of the most amazing places on the island to snorkle/dive - not only because you can see the collapsed arch and all the new undersea life taking over but because of the amazing drop (undersea cliff)...More
I stopped here during my Quad bike tour. This location was one of my favourites. Although I did not get to see the Azure Window, I was just as satisfied knowing that GoT was shot at this location.