There are 2 ferry routes operating between Formentera and Ibiza offering you combined total of 80 sailings per day. Balearia operates 1 route, Formentera to Ibiza which runs 22 times daily. Trasmapi operates 1 route, Formentera to Ibiza which runs 27 times daily. Aquabus operates 2 routes, Formentera to Ibiza runs 5 times per day & Formentera to Playa d'en Bossa (Ibiza) about 3 times daily. Mediterranea Pitiusa operates 1 route, Formentera to Ibiza which runs 23 times daily.
As the frequency and duration of crossings on some routes varies we would advise that you do a live search for crossings from Formentera to Ibiza to get the most up to date information.
Formentera is the smaller and more southerly of the Balearic Islands of Spain.
With a population of only seven thousand and no airport, Formentera is usually quieter than its sister island Ibiza, though like most Mediterranean islands, large amounts of visitors arrive during the peak season of July and August.
Formentera is known for its pristine white sand beaches and crystal clear water, and is perfect for those looking for a relaxing break of sun and sand.
In terms of travelling from Formentera by ferry, Ibiza, just six kilometres to the north is where the majority of ferries travel to with sailings running year round and up to every thirty minutes during peak times.
You can however also sail to mainland Spain, port of Denia which takes around three hours. The Formentera Denia crossing is seasonal and general runs between May and October. For those who want to travel to mainland Spain out of season you can pick up a connection from Ibiza.
Ibiza is part of the Balearic Islands, an autonomous region of Spain sprawled along the mainland’s east coast in the Mediterranean Sea.
Around six million revellers flock to Ibiza for its world famous clubs and epic beach parties every year, but its humble population, roughly one hundred and thirty thousand, is always keen to show off the island’s quieter side, encompassing beautiful backcountry, historic towns and secluded coves along the north coast. Outside the high-season, the Ibizan calendar brims with fun festivities like the Autumn Food Festival and various patron saint celebrations during winter, made even more enjoyable with the year-round, pleasant climate.
If you’re on the east coast of Spain, travelling to Ibiza by ferry is the easiest way to get there, with frequent routes from big cities including Barcelona and Valencia. Sailing within the Balearics is easy, too, with a choice of crossings from Mallorca and Formentera.