FERRIES TO MALTA

Discover the routes, the ships and the latest offers to travel to and from Malta

Malta, located in a strategic point in the heart of the Mediterranean, offers a series of attractions, both naturalistically and culturally and landscape.

Its geographical position, very close to the Sicilian coast, allows you to easily reach the island by sea: the Grimaldi Lines ferries to Malta leave from the ports of Salerno and Catania bound to the port of Valletta and guarantee a practical and functional connection appreciated by all passengers.

Upon arriving in Valletta, capital and port of arrival on the island, you can enjoy almost a journey through time thanks to its artistic heritage and its architectural works, a true open-air museum. From there it will be possible to visit the entire Maltese archipelago: Malta is the largest and most visited island, Gozo is famous for its rural charm, and Comino is the smallest and least populated.

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All the Grimaldi Lines routes to Malta

How to purchase tickets for Malta

Booking ship tickets to Malta is simple and fast with Grimaldi Lines! You can purchase your ferries directly on our site, where all the time schedules, days and prices of ships sailing to the island are available. Once the booking has been made, you will receive your tickets via email: print them and take them with you to the boarding point, together with the General Conditions and a valid identification document for all passengers, including those under 18.

It is also possible to book through our Call center or send an email request.

If you want to cancel or change the booking, you can call the Call center or send an email request.

Offers for Malta

Book now your next vacation to Malta with Grimaldi Lines ferries.
Buying a ticket online is quick and easy and the booking system automatically applies all the offers available for ferries to Malta.
Special last minute promotions will allow you to travel at discounted prices, and offers dedicated to children and seniors are valid all year round.
Start your holiday in Malta and book the ferry to Valletta now!

Ships to Malta

Reach Sicily onboard our own ships will make the journey pleasant and comfortable.

The ship Euroferry Olympia is used on the routes to Malta, on board of which you can choose between different types of accommodations, from the simple deck passage to the large reclining armchairs to the comfortable cabins. It will also be possible to sample different menus at the self-service restaurant or have a quick snack at the on-board bar. The little ones can have fun in the areas reserved for them. In addition, the ships meet the most modern safety standards in terms of navigation and are equipped to accommodate in the best possible way passengers with disabilities or reduced mobility, both during the boarding phase and during the stay on board. Visit the section of the site dedicated to the fleet to learn more about ferries to Malta.

Boarding on ferries to Malta

Inquire about boarding procedures, it is essential to be prepared to leave in peace. For the routes to Malta the check-in operations will be carried out by our staff in the Maritime Station.

It is advisable to show up for boarding in advance, at least 90 minutes before departure, with or without a vehicle, especially in high season when queueing is to be taken into account. It is important not to leave home necessary documents, that is the ticket, the General Conditions and the valid identity document for all passengers.

Travelling by ferry together with your pets?

If you want to travel by boat and bring your faithful friend with you, with Grimaldi Lines it is possible to purchase a ticket also for your pet and choose the most suitable accommodation, between the comfortable cabins with pet access or the deck passage, where you can freely move in the areas to dedicated to them. Your four-legged friends are always welcome on board!