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Compare ferries from Spain to Mallorca

There are numerous ferry crossings operating from Spain to Mallorca. Ferries currently connect 3 ports in Spain with 2 ports in Mallorca.

There are a combined number of 18 ferry crossings each day across a selection of 7 Ferry Routes which are operated by 3 ferry companies including Balearia, Iscomar & Trasmediterranea with the shortest crossing taking around 1 hour 30 minutes (Ciutadella to Alcudia).

This is a general summary of the services on offer between Spain and Mallorca, for live information select from our Fare Search.

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About Spain:

Spain is a country located on the Iberian Peninsula and bordered by Portugal to the west, France to the north-east and the Mediterranean Sea to the South and East.

The marvellous weather in Spain, its geographic location, beautiful coastlines and varied landscapes have made Spain one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world.

Its capital city Madrid features winding streets all heading to gather in the centre of the city, Barcelona needs no introduction, the Basque country is to the North and then of course there’s the sunbathers mecca – the Costa del Sol.

As a country with thousands of miles of coast and numerous island groups such as the Canaries and Balearic's, travelling by ferry is deeply rooted into Spanish culture. Europe’s most modern ferries and well-known ferry companies are in operation providing services from Spain to the UK, Italy and North Africa as well as crossing from the mainland to the Canary Islands, the Balearic Islands and numerous inter island connections.

About Mallorca:

The heart and soul of the Balearics, Mallorca is the largest island of the archipelago, sitting just off the east coast of Spain.

As islands go, Mallorca is a Mediterranean maestro, offering all that makes this part of Europe so enticing: mouth-watering cuisine, photogenic beaches and one of the most pleasant climates on the continent.

Mallorca’s trump card, however, is the 550 kilometre coastline carving through the Balearic Sea, providing year-round fun for hikers, cyclists and tanning lovers alike. You’ll also find superb seafront restaurants around every corner and the capital, Palma, nestling in the namesake bay on the southwest coast. The relatively small city is known for its art galleries, lively bars and imposing Gothic cathedral, leading most to proclaim it as the most underrated city in Spain.

As one of the most visited regions in Europe, the Balearics boast an impressive connection of ferry routes. Reaching Mallorca is particularly easy, with multiple sailings everyday from both the mainland and neighbouring islands.