Traveling from Catania to Malta by ferry
Malta is a very small and beautiful island country that is located in the south of Italy. The capital of Malta, Valletta, has the main port of the island and is well connected with Sicily and mainland Italy. From Sicily, you can take a ferry from the port of Catania and in a few hours, you can reach the port of Valletta. Check the Ferryhopper platform to find the most suitable ferry route from Catania to Malta and enjoy your holidays on the Meditteranean island!
Ferry schedules from Catania to Malta*
How frequent is the ferry connection between Catania to Malta?
There are 2 ferry companies that operate this crossing from the port of Catania to the port of Valletta in Malta: Virtu Ferries with 8 weekly sailings and Grimaldi Lines with 1 sailing a week.
How long is the ferry ride from Catania to Malta?
The ferry journey from the port of Catania to Malta lasts from 4 hr 15 min to 7 hrs, depending on the ferry route you choose.
What is the distance between Catania and Malta?
The island of Malta is approximately 100 nautical miles (186 km) south of Catania.
Ferry tickets from Catania to Malta: Cost
The price ferry ticket from Catania to Malta starts from 30 euros for single footing passengers. There is also the option of booking a bed cabin and vehicle transportation through the ferries’ garage.
Tip: The ferry company Virtu Ferries doesn’t accept bookings very close to the departure date. So we advise you to check our updated search engine and book your ferry tickets in advance!
How can I book my ferry tickets from Catania to Malta?
You can easily book your ferry tickets using the Ferryhopper search engine. Find all the information about the ferry connections and their respective schedules and organize your ideal ferry trip from Catania to Malta!
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Catania to Malta:
- It is highly recommended that you to get to the port 90 min before boarding, especially if you are travelling with your vehicle.
- A great way to explore the island of Malta is by car or motorcycle. Ferryhopper recommends that you bring your own vehicle or rent one.
- Except for Valletta, the port of Catania is well connected with the port of Salerno in mainland Italy.
- For further information about your ferry trip or ferry tickets, you can contact the Ferryhopper customer services!