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Alcudia to Ciutadella Ferry

The Alcudia Ciutadella ferry route connects Mallorca with Menorca and is currently operated by 4 ferry companies. Balearia operate their crossing up to 4 times per day, Trasmediterranea 12 times per week, Corsica Ferries 1 times per week & the FRS service is available up to 3 times per day.

There are a combined 62 sailings available per week on the Alcudia Ciutadella crossing between Mallorca and Menorca and with 4 ferry companies on offer it is advisable to compare all to make sure you get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.

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Alcudia Ciutadella Ferry reviews

  • "Exciting rough crossing"

    I love rough crossings. To me they are like a long fairground ride. What I didn’t like though was the fact that people were served hot drinks with no plastic tops. How strange. The drinks went everywhere as you can imagine. On trousers, children etc. Also the bins near the walls of the ferry weren’t hooked on so they slid around. Also they were unsafe as people tried to hang onto them when they moved around the ferry assuming they were fixed. Finally there was no ordinary tea. There was Earl Grey which isn’t most people’s taste but no standard tea. These are small things which could be fixed so easily but they mke a big difference. The ferry was clean though and the staff were lovely and it ran on time so it’s a 4 from me. Thank you.

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  • "Journey with a pet "

    Can only say the whole experience was good I had a massive pet carrier plus a dog and a bag.Everyone was very helpful and made the journey Avery pleasant one I would certainly travel with you again

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  • "Angenehme Überfahrt"

    Convienient transfer

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  • "Good trip!"

    Easy journey, good ship, polite and helpful crew

    'Alcántara Dos' travelled on Alcántara Dos

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Alcudia Guide

The Spanish town of Alcudia is located on the island of Majorca in the Balearic Islands. It is a major centre for tourism on the island and is popular with families. The Old Town has many examples of houses that date back to the 13th century and is surrounded by a medieval wall. The Old Town is around 2 miles from the port. The Port d'Alcudia and Platja d'Alcudia parts of the town, along the 14 km long beach that runs all the way to Can Picafort, is where most of the hotels can be found.

For visitors planning to travel to Alcúdia by car or motorbike, then you will have to get a ferry which operate daily from Barcelona, Denia and Valencia to Mallorca. During the busy summer months there are additional direct services to Barcelona. The normal journey time is 7 hours but this can be reduced to 3 hours if a Fast-Ferry is taken. It is generally cheaper to travel to the island by ferry than it is to fly.

Ciutadella Guide

The city of Ciutadella is located on the western end of the Balearic island of Minorca and is the island's former capital city. The city has an important archaeological history and counts among the findings megaliths such as the "taulas", the Talaiot and the Navetas. Es Born, is the city's historic quarter and is full of medieval streets adorned with palaces, churches and fortresses. One of the most significant buildings is the City Hall which faces the old town square and was built on the site of an old Arab citadel. Today's City Hall only dates back to the 19th century but still preserves some remains of its primitive construction. At certain times of the year it is possible to visit some of the rooms of the Palace of Salort and adjacent is the Palace of Vivo with its Neoclassical red facade, ornamented with traditional island motifs.

Located behind the City Hall is a viewing point where beautiful panoramic views of the port can be had. A short distance from the city there are a number of lovely coves and beaches and some remote fishing towns for visitors to enjoy.

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