"The Blue Window" is a rock formation found on the neighboring island of Gozo. It is majestic and awesome and incredibly tall. The only thing is that it has suffered centuries of erosion from water and wind. It´s incredible from far away and up close.
From Marsaxlokk, with the coast on your left, we arrived at Zurrieq, in the southwestern part of Malta. The place is known for hosting one of the most sold prints of Malta: The Blue Grotto. I advise visiting in the morning because this is when the light enters the cave. There is also a boat service to give you a detour through the area.
Dingly cliffs, is a lovely spot you can not miss if you visit Malta. You get on a bus that takes about an hour from "Valletta", and even the route to get there is interesting because it passes through some nice little villages and allows for a nice journey. After you cross the countryside, the views from the cliffs are fantastic.
From Cirkewa (a Maltese island), you can hire a boat to explore the cliffs of Comino. The more of you there are, the cheaper it is per person. The tour is spectacular, full of colourful, water, rocks, shapes, reflections of the sun on the water and in its depths. It's a real "blast." Even though the tour is longer than half an hour, it is full of fantastic places.
A couple of miles up from the "Azure Window" you'll find the "Captain General Stone", a huge stone about 100m from the coast that looks like it just fell from the sky. You can not get to it unless you have a boat and even then they said it'd be somewhat difficult and dangerous. The boats for hie, for example. "do not" take you. Anyway, the hike on the cliffs is very cool. They are nooks, stone-beach coves, and the colors of the water are right out of the movies. It will take only a little over an hour to get there on a good day. The result is more than satisfactory!