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"Passengers are not Sheep"
The ferry was great and it's a lovely journey, but treatment of foot passengers at pozzallo is appalling. Herded into pens in the middle of the parking lot and left there for an hour, with no toilets, shelter or water.Read More Read Less
The boat was nice with many and comfortable seats. Friendly staff and good experience overall. But the price is too high for a 2hour ferry trip.Read More Read Less
"Very pleasant crossing disputes rough sea"
The crossing from pozzalo to Valletta was easy . It had been very rough earlier but calmed down for our crossing . Comfortable in club class . Had some tea and a sandwich . Slept for a bit the boat went from side to side and up and down but not bad at all .Read More Read Less
"Excellent Customer Service"
The ride was smooth and customer service was excellent. Comfortable and relaxing. thank youRead More Read Less
The Italian town of Pozzallo is located in the Ragusa region of Sicily and is especially popular with tourists during the summer months. Four of the town's beaches have received Blue Flag awards by the FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education). The award is bestowed on a beach in recognition of its water quality, environmental education and information, environmental management and safety. During the 2nd and 3rd weeks of August, during Ferr' Agosto, is a popular time to visit where many people descend on to the town to party. Some have even been known to sleep on the beach!
As a result of increases in tourism, some of the region has dramatically changed over the last two decades although many places have managed to remain untouched for the last two centuries.
The town is also a major port with ferry services operating to Malta with a journey time of around 90 minutes on a high speed ferry.
The Maltese city of Valletta is the island's capital city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is almost an open air museum. The city is filled with Baroque architecture which dates back to the Knights of St John nearly 5 centuries ago. Throughout its history, the city has welcomed emperors, heads of state, artists and poets and is now home to the seat of the Maltese Government. There are a number of charming cafes and bars in the city and it is now one of the island's most popular tourist attractions. Sites in the city that are worth visiting include the lovely St John's Cathedral with its fortifications and priceless paintings contained inside. The city's Grand Harbour is frequently referred to as the most beautiful in the Mediterranean and the city in general hosts a number of cultural events each year which range from theatre productions to concerts by leading opera singers.