Interest
Cave & Reef & Wall
Popularity
High
Depth
15+m (avg), 40+m (max)
Qualification
Advanced
Shore access
Medium
Location
36.0525°N 14.1898°E (Exact)
Rating
★★★★★ from 1 diver

Dwejra is situated on the west coast of Gozo, and is the most popular scuba diving site in Gozo. The vast selection of dive sites in Dwejra includes the famous Inland Sea and Tunnel, Azure Reef (former Azure Window), and Blue Hole, together with Coral Gardens, Coral Cave, Rogers Cave, Crocodile Rock, and Fungus Rock, which is a boat dive site.

There are several parking areas in Dwejra depending which site you are diving. It can be really crowded in summer as Dwejra is popular tourist attraction also for non-divers. There is lots to see for those who are not diving. Blue Hole is good for swimming, snorkeling, and freediving.

Cafes, kiosks, toilets, showers available.

Dive sites in Dwejra

Inland Sea & Tunnel

Inland Sea is popular dive site in Dwejra, Gozo. Tunnel is 80m long cave connecting Inland Sea to the Mediterranean, offering amazing scuba diving experience.

Blue Hole

Blue Hole in Gozo is maybe the most beautiful dive of Maltese Islands. Blue Hole provides entry&exit for other dive sites in Dwejra like Azure Reef & Coral Gardens.

Azure Reef

Azure Reef dive site in Gozo formed when Azure Window collapsed 2017. Reef starts just below surface and continues to over 40m depth.

Coral Gardens

Coral Cave

Coral Cave dive site is located at Dwejra in western Gozo. Coral Cave is large cavern with colourful corals. Depth 20-30m.

Little Bear

Big Bear

Crocodile Rock

200m Tunnel

Whale Cave

Whale Cave dive site is located at Dwejra in western Gozo. Whale Cave is a crack cave open to surface and bottom at 25m depth.

Dwejra Blue Hole and Azure Reef from the shore Dwejra from the air

Comments and Ratings

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Mika Tanninen, April 2015:
★★★★★ Overall awesome place.

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