Barcelona Alcudia Ferry reviews
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Reviewed 02 September 2013 by Nigel
A GREAT COMPANY REALLY PLEASED WITH ALL ASPECTS OF MY JOURNEY BOTH WAYS, BEST FERRY COMPANY I HAVE USED, WILL USE THEM AGAIN ALSO GREAT PRICE, IF YOU NEED A FERRY TO MALLORCA USE BALEARIA THEY ARE THE BEST.
'Nigel' travelled Barcelona Alcudia with Balearia on Martin i Soler
"Barcelona to Alcudia return"
Reviewed 06 August 2013 by Jason
Booked this through Direct Ferries - no problems at all very sraight forward.
Schedule did change - but was called and sent email well in advance by Direct Ferries to update me - 5* service from them.
The Ferry was excellent both ways - the overnight trip went smoothly all 5 of us slept well. On the return trip in the day we used the top deck pool area - this was excellent!!! Ferry facilities superb with childrens play area, etc and would thoroughly recommend.
The only warning is that the first class seats are not reserved and are first come first serve so if you book 5 seats and get there late then you may not all be together!!
'Jason' travelled Barcelona Alcudia with Balearia on Martin i Soler
"Ferry Crossing to Alcudia July 2013"
Reviewed 05 August 2013 by Rob
I think that if you have the time to do them, then taking a crossing from the mainland (Barcelona) to either Minorca or Mallorca is a must do, at least once.
We made the trip out as part of our ongoing travel plans all the way from London down to Lisbon and across Spain first.
Comfortable reclining seats, a buffet bar available for supplies at very reasonable prices, meant that we had all we need.
On the fast ferry there is deck space at the rear of the craft for those who want to enjoy the climate, although space is limited and it s usually smokers who need to go out there.
Probably our only gripe would be on our return trip the lounge TVs were playing at loud volume featuring morning TV with intrusive jingles and kiddy cartoons. The outbound journey had muted sound which was much more chilled and appropriate.
'Rob' travelled Barcelona Alcudia with Balearia on Ramon Llull/Jaume I