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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
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Book a ferry to Malta with AFerry. Ferries to Malta, in Malta, are available from Italy and Sicily. You can take a ferry to Malta from Catania, Pozzallo and Salerno.
Malta Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Malta are operated by Grimaldi Lines, Tirrenia di Navigazione and Virtu Ferries. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Malta, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Malta, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.
Malta ferries with Grimaldi Lines, Tirrenia di Navigazione and Virtu Ferries are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Malta will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Malta is a beautiful island in the Mediterranean Sea just south of Sicily. Malta has always been strategically important due to its position in the Mediterranean sea and was was conquered by several powerful people. Malta's beauty, history and sandy beaches will simply enthral you. There are lots to do and visit on the island including Fort Rinella, Hypogeum of Ħal-Saflieni, the Megalithic Temples, Valletta water front, scuba diving and of course relaxing on the gorgeous beach!
Ferries to and from Malta
On board Virtu Ferries you can find a club class lounge, restaurant, shopping mall and other recreational facilities.
Malta's ferry port can be found on the Valletta waterfront, east of the island. The Maltese islands have three UNESCO World Heritage sites, one being the city of Valletta - Malta's capital city. The port and surrounding area is packed full of history and impressive buildings. Sail to and from Malta to Sicily with AFerry.
Malta port facilities
Malta's ferry port includes a comfotable waiting area, restroom facilities and baggage facilities. Along the waterfront you will also be able to find places to shop and dine.
Getting to Valletta
Valletta port is easy to access by taxi, bus (Route 130) and even by a horsecab. Car rental and parking facilities are also available.
Tirrenia di Navigazione
Sea Passenger Terminal Tirrenia Office - Room 80 Pinto Wharf Floriana FRN 1913 Malta, 1913, Malta
Virtu Passenger Terminal,Xatt il-Ghassara tal-Gheneb,Marsa, Malta, MRS 1917, Malta
01 Jul 2019Holiday trip
Modern ferry. Clean. Crew attentive and very knowledgeable. Quiet trip. I had the pleasure of seeing the sunrise ... a spectacle!
Review by FLAVIA BRUNACCI LOPES
02 Jun 2019European road trip arriving in Malta...again.
I cannot fault the service especially this time on the St John Paul.A beautiful craft. It is not cheap but the best service available.Travel Club Class you won't regret it.
Review by COLIN POOK
26 Apr 2019Quick and easy getting to Malta from Sicily
Thanks Virtu Ferries for yet another smooth ride.
Review by Matt
10 Jul 2018disaster averted, incompetence overcome
We're Americans. My wife's birthday, October 3rd, is normally recorded in the USA as 10-3. In Italy it's recorded 3-10. This is common knowledge. But the woman checking our passports to board the ferry got confused when the boarding pass said 3-10 and her passport said 10-3. She told my wife that her boarding pass was wrong and she would have to get another one (while we were boarding, so she might miss the ferry). This was despite the fact that my birthday, January 5, had the same problem (1-5 or 5-1) and she had looked at mine. Everything else about the trip was fine, but we almost didn't take it.
Review by JOHN SGAMMATO
28 Jun 2018My Trip
The facilities at the dock in Pozzallo are basic to say the very least and there are currently no toilets available until you get into the actual dock area. Check in at the town office had been quick and easy, but until the new terminal is opened and there seems to be no work being done at present, you have to wait in the open until it is time to board. That was quick and easy and once onboard everything was fine and it was a smooth crossing to Malta. The late evening arrival was no problem as the bags were on the quay side by the time we disembarked and there were plenty of taxis waiting.
Review by Anon