Airport pickup

Direct Airport Transfers from the airport to the accommodation - Euro 65 for 1 to 3 persons Direct Airport Transfers from accommodation to the Airport - Euro 65 for 1 to 3 persons

A trip from The Malta International Airport to the accommodation on Gozo will cost:

A taxi for 1 to 4 persons - From Airport to Port of Cirkewwa Euro 30.00
A taxi for 1 to 3 persons - From Port of Mgarr (Gozo) to Accommodation Euro 16.00

A taxi for 4 persons - From Port of Mgarr (Gozo) to Accommodation Euro 18.00

 

A trip from Gozo accommodation to The Malta International Airport will cost:

A taxi for 1 to 3 persons - From the Accommodation to Port of Mgarr (Gozo) Euro 16.00.

A taxi for 4 persons - From the Accommodation to Port of Mgarr (Gozo) Euro 18.00

A  taxi for 1 to 4 persons - From Port of Cirkewwa to Airport Euro 30.00


Rates for 5 or more people.
A minibus for 5 to 10 persons - From Airport to Port of Cirkewwa Euro 40.00 + Vat

A minibus for 5 to 10 persons - From Port of Cirkewwa to Airport Euro 40.00 + Vat

A minibus 5 to 10 persons - From Port of Mgarr (Gozo) to Accommodation Euro 20.00 + Vat

A minibus 5 to 10 persons - From Accommodation to Port of Mgarr (Gozo) Euro 20.00 + Vat

 

To book this service we need your arrival time and flight number. The above service is in two separate vehicles and you need to pay each driver at each destination,  Only the dri4ct transfer is in one vehicle. The ferry tickets and VAT is not included.

Please be advised that the bus service on Malta and Gozo is not very frequent after certain hours.

Should you wish to explore and make your own way from the airport to the accommodation, here are some ways on how to get to San Antonio Guest House.

 

Arriving by Public Transports

Crossing the islands of Malta and Gozo involves boarding a ferry. There is an express bus (X1) connecting the airport to the port from which this ferry departs (Cirkewwa). The express bus, X1, takes about 70 minutes to make its voyage, but is subject to traffic conditions.

More information about the bus route available from the airport can be found from the following site:

<<https://www.publictransport.com.mt/en/route/X1>>

You can access the ferry timetable from the link below. The ferry makes regular trips and works on a 24-hour basis.

<<http://www.gozochannel.com>>

Once you arrive at the Mgarr harbour on Gozo, there will be a bus (numbered 301) outside the terminal waiting to make a trip to Victoria. This bus should eventually travel from Victoria to Xlendi bay. Once you board the bus at the Mgarr harbour, ask the bus driver if the bus 301 (Mgarr to Victoria) will change to the 306 (Victoria to Xlendi).

<<https://www.publictransport.com.mt/en/route/301>>

<<https://www.publictransport.com.mt/en/route/306>>

 

It is best to ask the bus driver taking you from Victoria to Xlendi to stop at the "Qsajjem" bus stop (pronounced "Sayyem"). Then walk down about 150 meters and turn on the first road to your left. This is Tower Street. San Antonio Guest House is at the corner of this street and is surrounded by trees.

Please be advised that the bus service on Malta and Gozo is not very frequent after certain hours.

Should you wish to explore and make your own way from the airport to the accommodation, here are some ways on how to get to San Antonio Guest House.

Arriving by Public Transports

Crossing the islands of Malta and Gozo involves boarding a ferry. There is an express bus (X1) connecting the airport to the port from which this ferry departs (Cirkewwa). The express bus, X1, takes about 70 minutes to make its voyage, but is subject to traffic conditions.

More information about the bus route available from the airport can be found from the following site:

<<https://www.publictransport.com.mt/en/route/X1>>

You can access the ferry timetable from the link below. The ferry makes regular trips and works on a 24-hour basis.

<<http://www.gozochannel.com>>

Once you arrive at the Mgarr harbour on Gozo, there will be a bus (numbered 301) outside the terminal waiting to make a trip to Victoria. This bus should eventually travel from Victoria to Xlendi bay. Once you board the bus at the Mgarr harbour, ask the bus driver if the bus 301 (Mgarr to Victoria) will change to the 306 (Victoria to Xlendi).

<<https://www.publictransport.com.mt/en/route/301>>

<<https://www.publictransport.com.mt/en/route/306>>

 It is best to ask the bus driver taking you from Victoria to Xlendi to stop at the "Qsajjem" bus stop (pronounced "Sayyem"). Then walk down about 150 meters and turn on the first road to your left. This is Tower Street. San Antonio Guest House is at the corner of this street and is surrounded by trees.

Malta and Gozo Bus Service - The Malta Trasport bus route network connects Malta’s International Airport, and Cruise port to all major hubs, destinations and places of interest, and runs across both Malta and Gozo, providing visitors with an inexpensive and efficient way to make the most of all that the islands have to offer. You can follow the links below for further information on routes that operate from the Airport or Cruise Port:

 

Airport Service:

TD2 Airport - San Ġiljan - Spinola - Balluta - Chalet - Ferries 3 - Airport  
X1 Cirkewwa - Marfa - Mellieha - Xemxija - San Pawl il-Bahar - Qawra - Bahar ic-Caghaq - Pembroke - Mater Dei Hospital - Msida - Marsa - Luqa – Airport  
X2 San Giljan - Sliema - Gzira - Mater Dei Hospital - Msida - Marsa - Paola - Luqa – Sta. Lucija - Airport  
X3 Bugibba - Qawra - Burmarrad - Mosta - Mtarfa - Rabat - Ta' Qali - Attard - Balzan - Birkirkara - Sta. Venera - Marsa - Paola - Luqa – Sta. Lucija - Airport  
X4 Valletta - Floriana - Hamrun - Marsa - Luqa - Airport - Hal Far – Birzebbuga  

 

Plan your trip:

Journey Planner

Malta Routes: 1 - 280

Gozo Routes: 301 - 330

 

All Routes and Timetables

 

 

 

 

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