Ferries Mallorca

Balearic Islands
1Select trip from/to
1Select route
2Select date of departure
3Select passengers and vehicle Select passengers and vehicle for the outward route
4Select passengers and vehicle for the return route
X
Number of passengers:
under 11

please consider the age of the passengers at the time of travel


Pets:

You can keep your pet in your cabin by choosing the accommodation indicated as "Pet Access". Alternatively, pets can travel in special areas on board


Select passengers X

Adults Age 12 and over
Children Ages 4 – 11
Infants under 3

Pets

You can keep your pet in your cabin by choosing the accommodation indicated as "Pet Access". Alternatively, pets can travel in special areas on board


 

 From June 24th to September 7th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
- Rental vehicles which have not been rented in Formentera
- Quads
- Caravans and campers
Remember that it is mandatory to access to the formentera.eco page.

Please select the type of vehicle
Do you have a vehicle? X

Make and model enable us to correctly calculate the size of your vehicle

Lenght (cm)
height (cm)
How many:

AVERAGE RATING: 4,81/5 Based on 29070 reviews
Pollice su recensioni
98% of our customers recommend our service to their friends.

Ferries to Mallorca All the ferry companies on Mr Ferry!

Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic archipelago and is located in the western Mediterranean Sea. Together with Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, Mallorca forms the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands with the capital Palma.

There are many reasons to visit this beautiful island. Mallorca is synonymous with fun and relaxation, beautiful beaches and bays of world-class prestige, but also nature, mountain trails, golf, culture and water sports.

Almost 40% of the island's territory is protected and offers a landscape marked by contrasts: noteworthy are the areas of the Sierra de Tramontana mountain range in the north, with peaks of over 1,400 meters and the marine and terrestrial National Park of Cabrera, a group of islands just over an hour's boat ride away.

The cultural center is the capital Palma de Mallorca, which is characterized by its historical center and its entertaining nightlife. There are numerous sea connections to Mallorca managed by the shipping companies Baléaria, Trasmediterránea and Corsica Ferries.

Ferries to Mallorca Connections and travel options

Passengers will ne able to travel anytime thanks to the daily departures to Palma de Mallorca from the ports of Barcelona, Valencia, Denia, Ibiza and Menorca (from the ports of Ciutadella and Mahon). The port of Alcúdia is another important port on the island offering connections to Menorca, Barcelona and, in other seasons, to the French port of Toulon.

Ferries to Mallorca can carry both passengers and vehicles, and there are different types of accommodation and excellent on-board facilities such as bars, restaurants, TV lounges, children's play areas, cinemas and accessible outdoor decks.

During the crossings to Mallorca, travelers can choose to sit on sofas, book a cozy armchair or travel in a comfortable cabin with exclusive access and private bathroom.

The average travel time from Barcelona is about 6 hours and 30 minutes, from Valencia it takes about 9 hours, and from the port of Denia about 8 hours. From Ibiza, ships to Mallorca take 3 hours, while from Menorca about 2 hours. Shipping companies have different restrictions on luggage and pets.

Offers and special prices for large groups

Mr Ferry can calculate you some quotes for large groups with or without vehicle (bus, but also car or motorbike). If you are at least 10 people travelling, please ask for a special price by filling out the specific form. Our staff will contact you soon to calculate the best available offer!

Ferries to Mallorca All the companies to this destination

Our website uses cookies to improve the user experience. To find out more, please read our cookies policy