Ferry to Menorca
7 Ferry crossings from 7 Ports
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Ferry to Menorca

Menorca is the most low-key of the Balearic Islands, with exquisite beaches and historic towns rather than world famous nightclubs.

The island boasts beautiful shorelines, ranging from calm seawater pools suitable for children to secluded coves with rocks to dive from.

There are 2 ports in Menorca. Ciutadella port is located on the west coast of Menorca and Mahon port is located along the east coast. Ciutadella ferry port is the most popular in Menorca, with 13 daily sailings and ferry connections from Alcudia, Barcelona and Toulon.

Although it cannot compete with Ibiza’s nightlife, Menorca’s vibrant bars and restaurants are certainly worth a visit. For example, ‘Cova d’en Xorio’ nestles inside caves high above the sea in Cala en Porter and is the perfect bar for drinking in a gorgeous sunset. A local favourite drink is gin mixed with bitter lemon known as a ‘pomada’.

A great time to see Ciutadella is during the energetic ‘Festes de Sant Joan’ in late June. A three day festival which involves men parading sheep, riding well-groomed horses, jousting and firework displays.

If visiting the capital in the east, Mahon, then a trip to nearby Fort Marlborough is a must. Built in the 18th Century by the British, this landmark gives a fascinating insight into Menorca’s colonial past.

Barcelona, Valencia and Mallorca provide ferry routes taking you to Ciutadella and Mahon. Sailing from Alcudia and Palma in Mallorca lasts around 2 hours with frequent services. The port in Barcelona offers high speed ferries to Ciutadella and Mahon, whilst ferries from Valencia take around half a day with 1 sailing a week.

Day Trips to Menorca

  • Alcudia to Ciutadella ferry - 1 hour
  • Barcelona to Ciutadella ferry - 3 hours 30 mins

Prices for the ferry to Menorca might change depending on the season you want to travel. Cheap ferry tickets are typically available during off peak, outside of the high season. Please visit our special offers page to find all the latest ferry discounts.

Which ferry companies go to Menorca?

There are 5 popular ferry operators for Menorca. These include Balearia, Trasmeditteranea, Menorca Lines, FRS Iberia, Corsica Ferries and Grandi Navi Veloci.

How long is the ferry to Menorca?

Ferries to Menorca can take between 1 and 15 hours depending on the route. This route takes approximately 1.5 hours. Ferries to Menorca from France take approximately 12 hours and ferries to Menorca from Spain can take between 4-7 hours in crossing time.

Most popular questions

Which ferries travel to Menorca?

Ferries to Menorca:
  • Alcudia
  • Toulon
  • Barcelona
  • Palma
  • Valencia

What is the fastest ferry to Menorca?

The fastest ferry crossing to Menorca is via the Alcudia to Ciutadella route, with a crossing time of approximately 1h.

What is the cheapest ferry to Menorca?

The cheapest ferry to Menorca is £233 from Barcelona to Mahon. Price exclusive of booking fees.

What are the ferry ports in Menorca?

Menorca Ferry Ports:
  • Ciutadella
  • Mahon

Can you take pets on the ferry to Menorca?

Yes, you can bring your pets onboard the ferries. Where pets are allowed on the ferries depends on the ferry company. Currently you can bring pets on ferries with
  • Balearia

Menorca reviews

  • "Trip to Menorca"

    The crossing is quite expensive, but on board experience is generally satisfactory.

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  • "Hard work getting onboard"

    Yes, I have used Directferries/Baleria for my journey between Mallorca and Menorca. Excellent service, efficient, punctual. I found only an inconvenience, but I was very unpleasant: leg while on the outbound I climbed on the ship without any problem on the treadmill, on the return boarding (Minorca -> Mallorca) I was travelling with very heavy suitcase and backpack , so I had to carry on alone along the narrow staircase and full of people, even though I had asked for help or alternatives to the hostess and under the eyes of all. They were kind and compassionate (and rightly so) with people with children and their strollers, they stationed apart and the staff brought them out later. Why don’t they do the same with people travelling with very heavy load? If not as a rule, like common sense, kindness and respect for the traveller.

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  • "Happy traveller"

    Punctual, reliable and well maintained cabin. Happy traveller.

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  • "On time, clean, properly "

    This trip was booked in advance on the internet. It had everything worked perfectly. It was noticeable that ultimately reassuring control (passport and luggage) before boarding the ship and the clear presence of Guardi Civil aboard. That is probably the reason for the presence as only ," pedestrian "," 60 minutes before departure. "

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