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Compare ferries to Malta on the following routes:

  • Catania to Valletta
  • Pozzallo to Valletta

Booking a ferry to Malta is simple, easy and safe with AFerry, just use the booking form above to get a price.

How much is the ferry to Malta?

Route Price Fare Details
Catania - Valletta
(Virtu Ferries)
£228.81
  • Booked: Friday, 2 August 2019
  • Travel: Monday, 30 September 2019 (One Way)
  • 2 Adults (Foot passenger)

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How to book your ferry to Malta

Booking a ferry to or from Malta couldn't be easier with AFerry. You can either use the booking form at the top left of the page.


More about Malta

Malta is situated off the coast of Sicily, in the Mediterranea Sea. The smallest country in the European Union, Malta has just 350,000 inhabitants.

Many people come to Malta for its warm, sunny climate and its beautiful beaches and stunning scenery.

The island's numerous cultural, artistic and natural treasures are there to be discovered and are all within easy access from the main port in the capital; Valletta.

The many cultures that ruled Malta through history have influenced Malta's culture and architecture; this influence can still be seen today when walking around Malta's streets and villages.

Whether one seeks action or relaxation, tranquility or excitement, you can find it in Malta.

Malta Travel Guide

Malta (official: Republic of Malta), is situated off the coast of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea. Malta is an archipelago of seven islands and has a warm and sunny climate. Malta is the smallest country of the European Union, with a population of around 350,000 and an area of approximately 316 square kilometres.

Getting around Malta

Malta has a quaint public transport system made up of old 1950s British buses that have been redecorated with a generous amount of Catholic Icons. This makes them a joy to ride in. They are also cheap and a reasonably efficient way of getting round the Island.

If you are planning on driving in Malta, please be aware that GPS coverage can be somewhat limited at times, resulting in some questionable directions. So make sure you combine your reliance on the GPS with a bit of common sense!

Malta has a quaint public transport system made up of old 1950s British buses that have been redecorated with a generous amount of Catholic Icons.


Things to see in Malta

Malta is a fascinating setting for a truly memorable holiday. The islands' numerous cultural, artistic and natural treasures are there to be discovered and are all within easy access from the main port in the capital; Valletta.

Malta's outstanding archaeological and architectural heritage will act as an impressive backdrop to all of one's activities - a living testimony of 6,000 years of civilisation. The many cultures that ruled Malta through history have influenced Malta's culture and architecture; this influence can still be seen today when walking around Malta's streets and villages.

Whether one seeks action or relaxation, tranquillity or excitement, one can find it in Malta. For lovers of music, theatre and the arts, Malta boasts an abundant calendar of cultural events. For the more active visitor, the islands offer golf, tennis, sky-diving, horse-riding, and unlimited possibilities for water-sports from sailing to windsurfing and the best scuba diving in the Mediterranean.

For the more active visitor, the islands offer golf, tennis, sky-diving, horse-riding, and unlimited possibilities for water-sports from sailing to windsurfing and the best scuba diving in the Mediterranean!

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