Ferry to Mallorca
There are currently 5 ferry companies which operate ferries to Mallorca with 10 routes available for passengers to book. The ferry duration can vary from 1 hour to 11 hours 30 minutes depending on the route, operator, vessel and weather conditions.
Mallorca Ferry Schedule
You can choose from around 16 daily sailings to Mallorca. Balearia provide up to 94 weekly sailings, Trasmed GLE provide up to 23 weekly sailings, GNV provide up to 14 weekly sailings, Corsica Ferries provide up to 4 weekly sailings and Menorca Lines provide up to 11 weekly sailings.
Ports of Mallorca
There are 2 ports in Mallorca. Palma port is located on the south coast of the island and Alcudia port is located on the north coast of the island. Palma port is the most popular in Mallorca, with 16 daily sailings and ferry connections from Ibiza, Valencia, Barcelona, Mahon and Formentera.
Ferries to Mallorca
Ferries to Mallorca depart on average 116 times a week, offer a number of direct ferry routes from Mallorca to Ibiza, Spain, Formentera and France.
Barcelona to Mallorca Ferry
The ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca operates around 18 crossings each week with an average travel time of 7 hours and 5 minutes. Prices for the Barcelona to Mallorca ferry can range between £100 and £453.
Mallorca to Ibiza Ferry
The ferry from Mallorca to Ibiza operates around 8 crossings each week with an average travel time of 2 hours and 36 minutes. The prices for the Mallorca to Ibiza ferry can range between £59 and £350. Ferry cost can vary by operator, season, and route. Please visit our special offers page to find all the latest ferry offers and discounts available for ferries to Mallorca.
All ferry prices subject to change, pricing representative of searches over last 30 days.
Mallorca Travel Guide
Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, located approximately 200km east of mainland Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. The island has long since been one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, attracting millions of tourists from Spain and France every year. Much of this acclaim is due to Mallorca’s spectacular coastline, along with its many nature reserves and waterparks.
Day Trip Ferries to Mallorca
The Ciutadella to Alcudia ferry is perfect for day trips since it takes an average of 1 hour or the Ibiza to Palma ferry which takes approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Are there ferries from the UK to Mallorca?
There are no ferries from the UK to Mallorca. Ferries can be taken from mainland Spain with frequent crossings from Barcelona, Valencia and Denia on the east coast.
Can I bring my car on the ferry to Mallorca?
Yes, Balearia, Trasmed and Grandi Navi Veloci welcome cars on most of their ferries to Majorca. However, please remember that only 1 vehicle is allowed per reservation.