Fähreto Malta

Map and flag of Malta

Travel by ferry to Malta! Travelling to Malta couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Malta holiday rested and without stress.

Malta can be reached by Fähre from the Italian mainland. Connections are possible from Salerno or Genoa. From Sicily, too, ships leave for Malta several times a week.

Search & Book Ferries to Malta

Use our ferry search to find your ferry to Malta. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your Maltaferry. Check availability and timetables now.


All ferries to Malta

Here you find all current ferry connections to Malta.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Fähre Catania – Valletta Ferry from Sizilien to Malta 1 mal wöchentlich
7 Stunde(n) 15 Minuten
Grimaldi Lines
Virtu Ferries
Ferry Pozzallo – Valletta Ferry from Sicily to Malta 13 times a week
1 hours 45 minutes
Virtu Ferries
Ferry Salerno – Valletta Ferry from Italy to Malta 1 time a week
26 hours 30 minutes
Grimaldi Lines

All ferries from Malta

Here you find all current ferry connections from Malta.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Valletta – Catania Ferry from Malta to Sicily 1 time a week
7 hours ) 0 minutes
Grimaldi Lines
Virtu Ferries
Ferry Valletta – Pozzallo Ferry from Malta to Sicily 12 times a week
1 hours 45 minutes
Virtu Ferries
Ferry Valletta – Salerno Ferry from Malta to Italy 1 time a week
31 hours
Grimaldi Lines

Ferry ports in Malta

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Malta here.

Ports
Valletta

Travel guide Malta

Holiday in Malta

Eight months of summer, beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters and Mediterranean delicacies… As if that wasn’t enough, Malta impresses with unspoiled landscapes, grandiose architecture, Maltese lifestyle and hospitality.


TOP excursion destinations in Malta

Malta’s capital Valetta was founded in the 16th century and knows how to impress its visitors with imposing city walls, magnificent palaces and baroque churches. The entire city has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. Anyone who sets out on a discovery tour here on foot will soon know why.

The term “magnificent” fits St. John’s Co-Cathedral perfectly. It dates back to the 16th century and shapes the image of the city like no other building. Its baroque interior leaves visitors in awe. Special art treasure: a painting signed by Caravaggio, dating from 1608 and showing the beheading of John the Baptist.

Already the approach to Mdina is breathtakingly beautiful. The medieval city delights with its city walls, moat, palaces, churches and small alleys. Strolling through the old town, you will be delighted by the flower-filled façades and colourful doors. Holidays can’t get any better than this!

The citadel of Victoria is reminiscent of a fortress. It was built 1,500 years before the birth of Christ and offers beautiful views over the island of Gozo.

In the south of Malta you will find the temples of Mnajdra and Hagar Qim. They are thousands of years old and still puzzle researchers today with their stones weighing tons.

On the island of Gozo, the Wied Il-Għasri Valley is a 750-metre-long sea gorge that is perfect for swimming. Divers will find a large underwater cave here, it is called Cathedral Cave and features a large air-filled cavity with a fascinating play of colors.

On Malta, swimming opportunities in azure and turquoise await you: enjoy a refreshing dip in St. Peter’s Pool or in the Blue Lagoon on Comino. The caves and reefs of the island invite to discovery tours by boat. On Gozo, too, pure nature awaits you with Blue Hole !


Entry requirements

Entry to Malta is possible for German citizens with an identity card, passport or children’s passport. A visa is not required.


Alternative travel options

Travelling to Malta by car, bus or train is possible but extremely time consuming. Faster is by plane, there are daily flights from Germany.


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