Valletta Cruise Port are constantly striving to improve the service offer with a particular focus on quality, a functional and a professional approach to service delivery, lower costs for cruise and ferry lines by increasing efficiency to allow guests the maximum time to enjoy local attractions.
Whether as a port-of-call destination or a homeport, the Mediterranean port of Valletta, offers a wide variety of facilities on a 24 hour - 365 days a year basis.
The Valletta Waterfront has a unique appeal. Nineteen historical 250-year old magnificent warehouses, built by Grand Master Pinto at the height of the baroque period in Malta, stretching along the water's edge and the historical Quay Wall where the Knights of St. John and European merchants used to unload their wares; the impregnable Old Power Station that serves as a testimony to the eclectic and heroic history of the Grand Harbour, the Forni Stores, dating back to 1626 and constructed by Grand Master de Vilhena - have been majestically restored and provide a complete mix of retail, dining and leisure experiences.
All this within the majestic setting of the Grand Harbour, a natural deep water port, an anthology of different cultures and history chapters, for many thousands of years the epicentre of Malta’s maritime activity. This harmonious blend between the past and present has made the Valletta Waterfront one of the most sought-out destinations.
The Valletta Waterfront is on the doorstep of a UNESCO World Heritage City – Valletta. Valletta and the Maltese Islands offer a wide variety of shorex options – choices of excursions are wide including active excursions and family-friendly options.