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Ferry-Connection Malta-Italy | Italy-Malta

Ferry-Connection Malta-Italy | Italy-Malta

Direct ferry connections between Italy and Malta exist with Genoa, Salerno as well as Sicily (Pozzallo, Palermo, and Catania).

More information can be found on the following websites:

Grimaldi Ferries for travelling between Italy/Malta

Maresi from Valletta (Malta) to Catania (Sicily) and Reggio Calabria (I)

Virtu Ferries from Sicily to Malta

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