A small enclosed bay at Dwejra Point, the Inland Sea is connected to the open sea through a large tunnel that stretches to approximately 80 meters.
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This tunnel is only 6 meters deep at the beginning of a dive, then immediately drops down to 15 meters, finally reaching down to 25 meters at the seabed.
The area is visited often by fishermen and bathers alike. This is also a popular diving spot since the marine life here is quite abundant.
Overlooking the lagoon is the Chapel of St. Anne, built in 1963 on the site of a much older church.
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