Malta to Sicily Boat Charter

Malta to Sicily Boat Charter

One of the finest and unique experiences off the southern coast of Italy includes a trip to both Malta and Sicily, two incredibly unique locations with their own style, flare and culture. If you are starting your cultural tours of the Mediterranean Islands and countries in Malta, then a Malta to Sicily boat charter is the perfect way to make a quick trip to Sicily and experience the best of both worlds.

A Malta to Sicily boat charter on a high speed catamaran takes just 90 minutes, making the pair a perfect day trip combo for many tourists. The port at Valletta in Malta is approximately 51 miles across the Mediterranean Sea from the Sicilian port of Pozzallo. Those going between Malta and Sicily should be aware that there may be imposed a sea tax and a government levy to visit ports such as Pozzallo and Catania, which is just under double the distance from Valletta and is near the northern side of Sicily.
Taking a Malta to Sicily boat charter will shock some tourists as they will be heading from the smallest island in the Mediterranean Sea to the largest with more than twice as many tourists roaming the historic sites and beaches during the peak season to take in the many influences of history, time and the rule of multiple cultures.

Sicily is located in the central Mediterranean Sea and was coveted by many different cultures throughout history. The influence of the Greeks can be seen at Agrigento, and the influence of the French Baroque period can be viewed in the religious architecture at Modica. Influence can also be seen around the Sicilian islands showing evidence of rule by the Arabs, Vandals, Romans, Byzantines, Ostrogoths, Aragon, Spain and the Normans. This unrest led to the birth of the Mafia in Sicily, an underground crime group still known throughout the world today. Visitors also flock to Sicily to see multiple world heritage sites such as the Necropolis of Pantalica, the Valley of the Temples, the Aeolian Islands and the Piazza Armerina and to witness the unruly nature of one of the worldís most active volcanoes, Mt. Etna.

Beaches and wineries also abound at locations such as Palermo and Catania, and tourists have also been known to spend many days at the Giardini Naxos seaside resort, which caters to the tastes and styles of visitors from around the world.
If you are planning to visit Malta and want to add another dimension to your trip, the short, cost-effective hop over to Sicily on a Malta to Sicily boat charter will be the best decision you ever made regarding your holiday on the Mediterranean Sea.

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