The Azure Window is another spectacular natural landmark in Dwejra, along with The Inland Sea and Fungus Rock. The Azure Window at the end of the cliff, is a giant doorway, through which one can admire the blue expanse beyond the cliff.
It must be one of the most photographed vistas of the Islands, and is particularly spectacular during the winter, when waves crash high inside the arch. The sea around is very deep and of a dark blue hue, which explains why it is called the Azure Window. The rocks in this area are encrusted with fossilized crustaceans, evidence that most of the island was once covered by water. In front of the Azure Window is the Blue Hole, and The Chimney, two of the most popular dive sites in Gozo.
Accessing the Azure Window
Government Notice No. 1346 of 2016 and Local Notice to Mariners No. 67 of 2016.
"Due to falling rocks from the Azure Window, its environmental importance and need of conservation, it is prohibited to access, walk, abseil, climb or jump off the Azure Window. Access to the marine area immediately beneath the Azure Window is also prohibited. Fines apply for persons trespassing the prohibited areas.
Observations of any illegality should be immediately reported to the Police on 21562040 or ERA on 22923500 or 99381811 (after office hours).