24/7 Support number 00 44 (0) 7702 120043

Tips on travelling to Gozo

Gozo is a quieter version of Malta. Some guests ask us about Gozo so here is some info that you might find useful

Gozo for the day

There are plenty of day trips to Gozo from Sliema, here is an example Captain Morgan

Gozo for a few days

Getting to Cirkewwa in Malta, (Gozo Ferry Boat Terminal)

By Car

You can rent a car. Please click here for more info.

By Bus

Sliema – Cirkewwa (Gozo Ferry Boat Terminal) – Bus route number 645: Sliema – Balluta – St Julian’s – Paceville – St. George’s – St. Andrews Splash & Fun Park – St. Paul’s Bay – Xemxija – Mellieha Centre – Mellieha Bay – Popeye Village – Cirkewwa

Click here to find more information on travelling by bus please look at point no 10b.

By Chauffeur

  • The chauffeur ride from your apartment to the Ferry terminal for four people is E30.
  • The minivan for more than four people (and can include baby car seat) is E48.

By Tour Boat

You may want to consider going to Gozo with Captain Morgan on their tour from Sliema and then staying there rather than returning. It is very easy for you to get to the tour boat from the apartment, it would be a fun trip and it would save you the cost of the drive to the Gozo ferry terminal and the cost of the ferry as well To see a Sliema – Gozo tour please click here.

You will find the Captain Morgan office next door to your apartment, so you can go and ask them when you arrive.

The Gozo – Malta Ferry

If you have any questions about the ferry boats to Gozo (or from Gozo), you can contact the Gozo Channel Company:

  • at Mgarr: (Gozo) (+356) 21556114
  • at Cirkewwa (Malta): (+356) 21580435
  • at Sa Maison (Malta): (+356) 21243964

Gozo Ferry Boat Information (as at 05/07/2016)

  • Schedule – every 45 minutes all year round. Ferry boats operate also at night but during this period they are less frequent in winter.
  • Departure – Cirkewwa, Malta (return boat leaves from Mgarr, Gozo)
  • Time – 30 minutes
  • Ticket prices – All return, round trips
  • Passengers standard fare – €4.65
  • Children 3-12 – €1.15
  • Children under 3 – free
  • Car and driver standard fare – €15.70
  • Motorcycle and driver standard fare – €8.15
  • Bicycle standard fare – €1.15

Step-by-step Instructions to the Gozo Ferry for Walk- On passengers


When you get to the ferry bus terminal, you have to enter the little ticket office.


Inside the ticket office you can buy either a round-trip or one-way ticket to Gozo. A round-trip ferry boat ticket costs 4.65 euros. After you have purchased your ferry ticket you have to follow the arrows to go to the ferry boat waiting terminal.

For more information also click here

Tour busses on Gozo

Click here to find out more

We hope you have found this information useful.