Ferries to Mallorca
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Ferry to Mallorca

5 ferry companies operate ferries to Mallorca with 10 routes to choose from. Ferry duration can range between 1 hour and 11 hours 30 minutes depending on the route, operator and ship.

Mallorca Ferry Schedules & Timetables

There are approximately 16 daily sailings to Mallorca. Balearia offer up to 94 sailings per week, Trasmed GLE offer up to 23 sailings per week, GNV offer up to 14 sailings per week, Corsica Ferries offer 4 sailings per week and Menorca Lines offer up to 11 weekly sailings.

Ports of Mallorca

There are 2 ports in Mallorca and these ports include Palma and Alcudia. The port of Palma is located on the south coast of Mallorca and sails to Ibiza, Menorca, Mahon, Barcelona and Valencia. Meanwhile, Alcudia port is located on the north east coast of Mallorca and sails to Barcelona, Menorca, Mahon and Toulon.

Ferry from Mallorca

Ferries from Mallorca sail 116 times a week, providing ferry connections from Mallorca to Ibiza and Spain.

Barcelona to Mallorca ferry

Ferries from Barcelona to Mallorca sail approximately 18 times per week with a crossing time of 7 hours and 5 minutes. Barcelona to Mallorca ferry prices can range between $125 and $561.

Mallorca to Ibiza ferry

Ferries from Mallorca to Ibiza sail approximately 8 times per week with a crossing time of 2 hours and 36 minutes. Mallorca to Ibiza ferry prices can range between $73 and $434. Ferry cost can vary by operator, season, and route. View our special offers page for the latest ferry offers and discounts.

All ferry prices subject to change, pricing representative of searches over last 30 days.


Mallorca Travel Guide

The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca sits not far off the main coast of Spain, and is known for its stunning and dramatic coastlines and beaches. With a variety of different places for you to visit and enjoy across the island, from fishing, to the historical monuments throughout the island, to exploring the range of different cuisines across the island, there is no shortage of things to keep you occupied whilst you’re visiting here.

Day Trip Ferries to Mallorca

The Ciutadella to Alcudia ferry is ideal for island hopping as it takes an average of 1 hour or the Ibiza to Palma ferry which takes approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes.

Most popular questions

  • Which ferries travel to Mallorca?

    Ferries to Mallorca:
    • Ciutadella
    • Toulon
    • Denia
    • Valencia
    • Ibiza
    • Barcelona
    • Formentera
    • Mahon
  • What is the fastest ferry to Mallorca?

    The fastest ferry crossing to Mallorca is via the Ciutadella to Alcudia ferry, in approximately 1h.
  • What is the cheapest ferry to Mallorca?

    The cheapest ferry to Mallorca is $209 on average via the Barcelona to Palma route. Ferry prices for Mallorca can vary depending on what season you decide to travel.
  • What are the ferry ports in Mallorca?

    Mallorca Ferry Ports:
    • Alcudia
    • Palma
  • Can you take pets on the ferry to Mallorca?

    Yes, passengers are allowed to bring pets onboard the ferries with certain ferry companies. However, please ensure that you have read all the operator guidelines on pets before travelling. Currently you can bring pets on ferries with the following operators

Routes and Ports in Mallorca

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