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"It was what it was"

Reviewed 03 October 2014 by Anonymous

Everything went smoothly. No issues

'Anonymous' travelled with Trasmediterranea on Sorolla

"Crossing 26th September 2014"

Reviewed 03 October 2014 by Stephen

Lunch time crossing. Although given a map could have done with a few signs near Cathedral for access to Ferry. Staff very helpful and competant loading all the cars and lorries - a work of art !!! Good wi-fi areas. Reception staff very clear on directions for cabins (in all languages). Weather was warm and sunny and many people on top decks sunbathing - good facilities. Catering good but not open long enough. Prices extremely reasonable considering a captive audience. Our only down side is that animals are allowed in the lounges and cabins. There are plenty of kennel facilites and should be used by dog owners. We have been crossing for the last 3 years and hopefully will be doing it for much longer.

'Stephen' travelled with Trasmediterranea

"Barcelona to Mahon overnight"

Reviewed 23 September 2014 by Richard

The overnight ferry crossing was fine, the accommodation was small but adequate and it was very nice to be able to have a shower. The only issue was the temperature, the cabin was very hot, a little bit of air conditioning would have made a huge difference.

'Richard' travelled with Trasmediterranea on Zurbaran

"Easy and Comfortable"

Reviewed 22 September 2014 by Jen

The ferry was a great way to travel between Ibiza and Valencia. There was tons of room, couches for sleeping, TVs, decent WiFi. Finding a seat or a place to be wasn't difficult at all; you didn't have to jockey for position. Stay in Valencia for a day or so if you can. The Valencia beach is nice, and the water is warm.

'Jen' travelled with Trasmediterranea on Almudaina Dos

Trasmediterranea is huge ferry operator operating a vast network of ferry routes linking the Spanish Peninsula with the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla as well as Morocco and Algeria in North Africa.

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Whilst high speed ships are used for the shorter trips where speed and convenience is the objective of the journey, on longer journeys, Trasmediterranea ferries are equipped to provide the highest levels of comfort so that their passengers find the journey an attractive part of their holiday.

Founded in 1917, Trasmediterranea is the main ferry company in Spain and one of the largest in Europe with numerous ships connecting their various destinations throughout the year. Trasmediterranea was acquired by Acciona in 2002, one of Spain’s largest corporations.

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Trasmediterranea Ports

Trasmediterranea Routes

Algeria < > Spain

3 Sailings Weekly
8 hour crossing
2 Sailings Weekly
8 hour crossing

Gran Canaria < > La Palma

Gran Canaria < > Lanzarote

Gran Canaria < > Spain

Gran Canaria < > Tenerife

Ibiza < > Mallorca

Ibiza < > Spain

La Palma < > Lanzarote

La Palma < > Spain

La Palma < > Tenerife

Lanzarote < > Spain

Lanzarote < > Tenerife

Mallorca < > Menorca

Mallorca < > Spain

Menorca < > Spain

Morocco < > Spain

Ferries within Spain

Spain < > Tenerife

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