How to Get to Gozo?
Getting to Gozo is simple and Malta’s public transport system is popular with locals and visitors. Traveling from Malta to Gozo involves catching a taxi or a bus to Cirkewwa ferry terminal, before taking a 25 minute sea crossing over to the island of Gozo. If you are using public transport, factor in extra time for Malta’s commuter traffic, allow at least 90 minutes to get from mainland Malta to Gozo.
Want a hassle-free solution avoiding queues and stressful connections, providing peace of mind travel and the chance for more sightseeing? Then pre-book our Land and Sea Transfers service. Why stress over the unpredictability of public transport? Our door-to-door transfer service is an easy and safe solution which also includes a luxury sailing experience and 3 additional unique sites on the island of Comino – giving you a two island tour!
Land and Sea Transfers (Malta-Gozo-Malta) - Part of the All-Inclusive Package
We make getting to Gozo easier for our customers with our Pick Up and Drop Off service from all over mainland Malta. Your collection time depends upon your location. A Yippee minibus will collect you from your accommodation, (or nearby meeting point), and transfer you to Marfa Quay where you will board our Yippee Island Hopper cruiser, exclusively reserved for our guests. Our luxury passenger vessel (equipped with a full bar and WC´s) will coast along Comino and Gozo’s award-winning shores, before landing you safely at Mgarr harbour, ready to start your Tuk-Tuk or GoCar tour. On-board passengers receive priority access onto our Tuk-Tuks and GoCars. Also, your return sea journey sails around Comino’s captivating caves and picture-perfect Blue Lagoon, ending with a refreshing swim stop (seasonal) at the Crystal Lagoon. Afterwards, customers then connect back to our Pick Up and Drop Off minibus service, returning you to your original pick-up point.
Public Transport information
BUSES: Malta Public Transport run bus services throughout Malta´s islands. Buses to Cirkewwa include the 222 from Sliema & St Julian´s, the 221 from Bugibba, near St Paul's. The 41 and 42 from Valletta, and the X1 airport route from Luqa airport to the ferry. Buses are in high demand during peak season and you won’t always board the next scheduled bus, so allow yourself extra travel time. Click here for information on routes and timetables: https://www.publictransport.com.mt/en/routes-timetables
FERRY: Gozo Channel operate the ferry services between Malta´s Cirkewwa ferry terminal and Mgarr in Gozo. Throughout the summer the 20-25 minute sea crossings run every 30 minutes from 05:00 hrs until 07.30 hrs, then every 45 minutes until 18.00 hrs and then they continue every 90 minutes until 23.45. Adult foot passengers pay €4.65 for a return ferry trip, a driver with a car pays €15.70. For details of ferry schedules, prices and timings click here: https://www.gozochannel.com/
TAXIS: Gozo Tours work with any.cabs in Malta. Click here https://any.cab/yippee to book a taxi or to check fare prices.