San Lawrenz, Malta
the window collapsed 2 years ago, but the inland sea is still accessible (unless there's wind coming from the north-western direction). It's still worth a visit, especially because the fishermen doing the boat tour are pointing out a lot of interesting things.
unfortunate that the window collapsed but the ruins still provide a very picturesque view. The rocky formations are pretty remarkable and makes you wonder how they formed to be as such. You will experience a lot of boat traffic in the area leading you to have to wait to capture that “perfect” shot at times. Nevertheless, if you chartered a boat, it is nice area to anchor and have a swim and the incredibly blue waters.
The Azure Window doesn't exist anymore as it was destroyed by bad weather but the Blue Hole was amazing and absolutely recommendable to see. The only bad thing about it was that there were too many people although we were there early in the morning. There are also many many divers. But if you wait long enough you will probably get the opportunity for some nice pictures without anybody on them.
Great place to take photos of waves crashing into rocks. The area has isn't here any longer. Access is easy, keep an eye on younger children who might go too near the edges.
The Azure area is a great area for a day at the rocky beach. Boat rides, fossils, the ruin of where the window once was, and a very cool rock formation with a deep pit to swim in, and reefs for snorkeling. Also home to the inland see and fungus rock. Scuba diving available at 45 euros, 4 euro per person boat tour around the caves.
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