Valletta is the capital of Malta. The city is located on the northern side of the island, on the promontory of Monte Sciberras. The port of Valletta is connected with Catania (Sicily) and Salerno (Italy).
Having a history as long and chequered as Malta’s you’d expect something a bit special from this city and you won’t be disappointed! Valletta is as impressive as any country’s main city should be but it has the added advantage of being incredibly compact too.
How to get to Valletta ferry port
By car - Valletta is located on the North Eastern Coast of Malta. Services depart from the Pinto Ferry Terminal.
You can reach the port by bus, as well. A circular bus route (number 198) operators from the Terminal taking passengers to the bus terminus, at City Gate, Valletta.
Valletta Ferry Port Information
Address: Virtu Passenger Terminal, Xatt il-Ghassara tal-Gheneb, Marsa, MRS 1917
Port Name: Port of Valletta
Phone: +356 21222203
Fax: +356 21250365
GPS coordinates: 35° 53' 43" N / 14° 30' 43" E
2017 Malta (Valletta) to Sicily (Catania) ferry Timetable & Ticket prices
Crossing time: 4 hours and 15 minutes
Frequency: 3 sailings weekly
Company: Virtu Ferries
Departure time in 2017:
Currently, the schedule information for 2017 that we have from Vertu Ferries is until 27th March.
The departure time from January until 27 March 2017 is:
Pullman seat: 70-80 €
Internal cabin: 120 €
External cabin: 150 €
Suite: 205 €
Car: +45 €
* Please be aware that although we check and update the ferry ticket prices very often, they can vary.