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You have to see these natural wonders before they are gone

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You have to see these natural wonders before they are gone The Azure Window, a major tourist attraction in Malta was washed away in a storm. Photo: Getty Images

Last week, the famous Azure Window, a sea arch, in Malta crumbled away after being pummeled by a storm. But all is not lost, we bring you a list of five unique rock formation that you can still visit. 

Blue Caves, Zakynthos, Greece 

You have to see these natural wonders before they are gone This rock formation is on the Ionian coast. Photo: Getty Images

The rocks are white and stark, the waters, blue and tranquil reflecting the skies. It is hard to resist the pull of the Blue Caves in Zakynthos in Greece. The arches were created by erosion over the years. You can hire a boat or better still dive into these waters while on a trip. 

Cathedral Cove, New Zealand 

You have to see these natural wonders before they are gone Isn't this inviting? Photo: Getty Images

This natural archway is one of the most photographed spots in New Zealand. Perfect for a leisurely walk or swim, the Cathedral Cove is gigantic. You can either go on a boat or walk it up from the beautiful Hahei Beach. 

Es Pontas, Majorca 

You have to see these natural wonders before they are gone Es Pontas is a must visit. Photo: Getty Images

Off the southeastern part of Majorca, Spain, is Es Pontas, a natural arch that will invite you to try and walk it up. But then, there are many who are just happy to watch it from a distance. 

Etretat, France

You have to see these natural wonders before they are gone Etretat is spellbinding. Photo: Getty Images

Etretat is best known for its chalk cliffs and the three natural arches and the pointed formation called L'Aiguille or the Needle. Needless to say, thousands flock here to see these arches. 

Durdle Door, Dorset

You have to see these natural wonders before they are gone Durdle Door. Photo: Getty Images

Durdle Door arch and beach are privately owned and part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. There is a footpath through the hill from Lulworth Cove or through the beach. 

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