Catania Ferries


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Catania Routes

  • Salerno to Catania / Catania to Salerno
    6 crossings weekly
    13 hr
  • Valletta to Catania / Catania to Valletta
    1 crossings weekly
    7 hr

Special Offers

Catania is the second port on Sicily. With TTT Lines you can catch a ferry between Catania and Naples in Italy, and with Virtu Ferries you can sail between Catania and Malta. You can see the sailing times and durations using the departure board below and, with our easy-to-use and friendly search engine on the top-left, you can book ferries using AFerry.

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Ferries to and from Catania

The TTT Lines The Trinacria and Partenope fleet can carry up to 950 passengers each in one crossing. You will find comfortable seating onboard, and the option of accommodation - all of which have an en-suite. A choice of either a self-service restaurant or an à la carte restaurant is available, as well as a stocked bar to relax in. You will also find video games, slot machines and a shop onboard for your entertainment.

On board Virtu Ferries you can find a club class lounge, restaurant, shopping mall and other recreational facilities.

About Catania

The affects of which have been felt by Catania several times over the years. The distinct dark grey volcanic rocks used in the construction of many buildings represent this fact.

Catania was rebuilt gradually over the years after it was completely destroyed due to a violent earth quake in 1169. Catania was initially part of the Roman empire but was later taken over by the Greeks. However, most of Catania's grand palaces and wide streets were built in the 18th century when noble families from across the eastern Sicily began to flock to Catania.

Catania features many Baroque buildings and churches along with a number of Roman theatres, Piazzas and beautiful palaces. Catania with its black and white buildings offers a magnificent effect. Catania also offers a choice of restaurants and large number of shops scattered around the main centre.

Catania Port

Catania Ferry Port lies on the east coast of Sicily towards the Ionian Sea. Catania has always been an important city as well as port ever since the middle ages. Catania lies at the foot of Mount Etna, one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Ferries from Catania sail to Malta and mainland Italy and can all be booked with AFerry

Catania port facilities

Catania ferry port offers very scant services but many facilities are available close to the Catania port.

Getting to Catania

The town is well sign posted across the island when driving. In addition, regular buses and trains from all over the island run to the port.

Catania Map

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Port Addresses

Tirrenia di Navigazione

Molo Crispi Banchina 8 ED. EX. Doganella 95131 Catania, 95131, Italy

TTT Lines

Via Acquicella Porto, 95121 Catania CT, Italy

Virtu Ferries

Virtu Ferries Srl,Complesso Vecchia Dogana (Inside),Porto di Catania, Catania, 95131, Sicily, Italy