Ferries in the Balearics

Information on the different ferry services and the main routes between Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera. Also links to timetables, schedules and fare information...

There are several ferry companies providing transportation between the Balearic islands and mainland Spain. Most have websites in English with online booking facilities. Some smaller operators offer services between Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera.

Acciona-Trasmediterránea

Acciona-Trasmediterránea has a fleet of ferries operating around the Mediterranean, South-Straits, Canary Islands and Italy. The Mediterranean ferries connect Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and coastal cities in mainland Spain.

The main routes include:

  • Palma to Mahón
  • Palma to Ibiza
  • Ibiza to Dénia
  • Valencia to Palma and Ibiza
  • Barcelona to Mahón, Palma and Ibiza

The company has offices in Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca.

  • Palma Office
    At
    : Estación Marítima 2, Muelle de Peraires, Palma de Mallorca
  • Ibiza Office
    At
    : Estación Marítima, Andenes del Puerto, Ibiza
  • Mahón Office
    At
    : Muelle Comercial, Menorca
Baleària Eurolínies Marítimes

Baleària Eurolínies Marítimes operates a fleet of super-fast and conventional ferries between Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera and mainland Spain.

  • Baleària Eurolínies Marítimes
    Tel
    : 902 160 180 / 966 428 700
    Open: Monday to Saturday 09:00-14:00 and 16:30-20:30
  • Palma office
    At
    : Estacion Marítima 3, Muelle de Peraires, Palma de Mallorca
    Tel: 971 405 360
    Fax: 971 40 56 53
  • Ibiza office
    At
    : Estación Marítima, Andenes del Puerto, Ibiza
    Tel: 971 314 005
    Fax: 971 190 628
  • Mahón Office
    At
    : Muelle Comercial, Menorca
    Tel: 971 355 980
    Fax: 971 354 928

The main routes include:

  • Dénia to Sant Antoni and Ibiza
  • Ibiza to Formentera
  • Ibiza to Palma
  • Valencia to Palma
  • Alcúdia and Ciutadella
  • Barcelona to Ciutadella, Maó and Palma
Iscomar

Iscomar ferry services link the Balearics with Barcelona, Valencia and Dénia in mainland Spain. The fleet includes five passenger and self-propelled wheeled cargo ships, a fast passenger ferry and two roll-on cargo ships.

  • Iscomar
    At
    : Calle Tinglado Oeste, Prolongación Muelle Adosado, Palma de Mallorca
    Tel: 902 119 128
    Fax: 971 437 502

Ferry routes connect:

  • Barcelona to Mahón, Alcudia and Ibiza
  • Ciutadella to Alcudia
  • Valencia to Palma
  • Dénia to Ibiza
  • Ibiza to Formentera
Mediterranea Pitiusa

Mediterranea Pitiusa runs a ferry service between Ibiza and Formentera with jet line and express line services. There are discounts available to Balearic and Formentera residents.

  • Mediterranea Pitiusa (in Spanish)
    At
    : Paseo de La Marina, Edif. Vicente Lluquinet s/n La Sabina, 07870 Formentera
    Open: 09:00-13:00 and 16:00-19:00
    Tel: 971 322 443
  • Formentera Office
    At
    : Estación Marítima de Formentera, Puerto de la Sabina, 07870 Formentera
    Open: 08:00-13:00 and 15:30-20:30
    Tel: 971 323 107
  • Ibiza Office
    At
    : Avda. Santa Eulalia del Río s/n, Estación Marítima de Ibiza, Puerto de Ibiza, 07800 Ibiza
    Open: 09:00-13:00 and 16:45-21:45
    Tel: 971 314 461
Trasmapi

Trasmapi provides a fast ferry service between Ibiza and Formentera. There are two types of ferry service, express and jet. The jet service takes approximately 25 minutes and the express takes approximately 35 minutes. Ferries run from Ibiza to Formentera from 07:30- 20:30, and between Formentera and Ibiza from 07:30-21:00.

  • Trasmapi (in Spanish)
    Tel
    : 902 160 191
    e-mail
  • Formentera Office
    At
    : Estacíon Marítima Puerto La Savina
    Tel: 971 322 930
  • Ibiza Office
    At
    : Estación Marítima de Ibiza
    Tel: 971 310 711
  • Access timetable information (in Spanish)
Ferry Regulations
  • Pets are generally permitted on ferries. However, each operator has its own conditions of carriage and it is recommended that passengers consult these before travel
  • Bicycles and sports equipment are allowed at no extra cost, subject to the terms and conditions of the individual ferry operator
  • Some companies offer reduced fares for children and Balearic residents. There are also special deals available at certain times of the year. These are displayed on the relevant company website
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