Ferries to Malta
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Ferries to Malta

The Maltese archipelago comprises three small islands situated 80km south of Italy in the Mediterranean Sea.

With a combined area of just 122 square miles and a population of 450,000, it is one of the smallest and most densely populated countries in the world. Malta is the largest and most visited island, Gozo exudes rural charm, whilst Comino is the smallest and least populated.

It is a fascinating country and is often regarded as an open air museum due to the quantity of historical and natural landmarks. It also offers everything else you would expect from a Mediterranean island, namely stunning beaches and exquisite food.

The islands are perfect for sailing between, with a number of gorgeous coves and bays to explore. The water itself offers fantastic diving opportunities, boasting excellent visibility and an abundance of marine life including octopus, seahorses and colourful coral.

There are several Megalithic temples in Malta, with seven listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. They are considered to be the oldest free-standing structures in the world, so they are definitely worth a visit.

Whilst on the island of Malta, be sure to visit the Grand Master’s Palace in Valletta. Wander through this magnificent building and you’ll find over 5000 types of armour, stunning tapestries and majestic rooms.

If you would rather unwind and soak up the Maltese sun, there are plenty of idyllic beaches to choose from. The most notable is the Blue Lagoon on Comino, a picture-postcard natural pool with crystal clear water.

Overlooking Gozo’s Ramla Bay beach is the legendary Calypso Cave, where Odysseus was imprisoned by a beautiful nymph in Homer’s epic poem.

There are regular ferry routes from Sicily, arriving in the Maltese capital, Valletta. The ferries depart from Pozzallo on the south coast, with services running every day and the option of a bus transfer from Catania.

Malta reviews

  • "From Sicily to Malta in a little under 2 hours"

    This was my second return trip between Pozzallo and Valletta and both times i've been quite satisfied with the quality of service, attention to safety for boarding, and the service on board. Prices are a little high which perhaps discourages people from travelling, just not for me!

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  • "Confortable journey"

    I used this service so many times now. And I have to say that is really satisfying as always because of the kind staff and the punctuality. The only flaw is that you have to wake up very early in the morning to get the ferry at 6.30, it would be nice to posticipate the journey at 7.30.

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  • "Home "

    apart from from our ferry time being changed due to the weather,we enjoyed this trip ,it was good service from them to phone us and inform us that next day's sailings were cancelled due to sea conditions so that we could get last ferry on 21st.everyone on board was very helpful and kept us all informed about what turned out to be a fairly choppy crossing

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  • "Excellent ship"

    Comfortable and clean ship, ideal to go to Malta.. I would prefer only to travel in the morning just to have more hours of holiday and without waste a day.

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