Ferries to Spain
104 Ferry crossings from 53 Ports
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Ferry to Spain

One of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe for UK travelers, there is a whole host of places to visit and enjoy within Spain, for any traveler.

Home to an array of beautiful and historical cities, both within the country, and on the coastline, Spain is known for its mild climates, remarkable landscapes, and friendly locals, so this is the perfect place to visit, no matter what the purpose of your visit is.

There are a large number of ferries running to Spain from over 17 destinations, such as from Ireland, Ibiza, Italy, France, and with up to 2974 ferries running per week across 100 routes, there is no shortage of ferries to choose from when sailing to Spain, so book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

How long is the Ferry to Spain?

Ferries to Spain can take between 20 minutes and 59 hours and 30 minutes, depending on the route, the operator, and weather conditions.

How much is the Ferry to Spain?

Fares are defined by many factors, including time of year, ferry route, ferry operators, whether you are bringing your car, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available.

Which Ferry Companies go to Spain?

Ferries to Spain are provided by 17 operators, including Trasmediterranea, Grimaldi Lines, Balearia, Fred Olsen Express, and GNV.

Where can I get a Ferry to Spain?

You can currently get a ferry to Spain from over 17 destinations, including Ibiza, Ireland, Lanzarote, England, and Mallorca, as well as ferries running within Spain itself.

Can you take your dog on the Ferry to Spain?

You can take your pet with you on certain ferry routes to Spain, but this is entirely dependent on the operator.

Spain reviews

  • "Great way to travel to Palma"

    We traveled from Barcelona to Palma on 24 February overnight on Fortuny. We expected fairly basic accommodation and possibly a disturbed night. Our cabin was execellent - like a good class hotel room with all the facilities to make our night comfortable. We both slept well and felt confident in the hands of the crew.It was exciting to be able to look through the porthole to the sea ahead and to arrive at Palma as the day began. On the return journey the weather was bad and there was a storm as we came into Barcelona. Again our experience was comfortable although the ship was rolling. When we arrived we were unable to dock at the terminal because of high winds but the crew ensured we were safe by arranging bus transport for the foot passengers and illuminated traffic direction for the cars. One problem was that there was not sufficient information about what was going on and why we were delayed at the time. Also there was no information about where we would embark at the terminal in Palma. It all worked out well but we were anxious while waiting for transport. So some announcement and information would have been very helpful. All in all however it was a very enjoyable experience.

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  • "wonderful"

    It was wonderfull. A life-experience, because the sea was angry, but amazing!

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  • "Barcelona - Palma Mallorca ferry review"

    Was really hard to find the Balearia desk as there was no signage at all! Almost missed the ferry which was a bit of a stressful start to my trip. Once on the ship all was fine fortunately.

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  • "Great experience on Brittany Ferries"

    I recently took the ferry from Portsmouth to Santander and back. I had an incredible experience. The food in the self service restaurant was spectacular-- far beyond I would ever expect from cafeteria style eating. Excellent French cuisine. We had booked an outdoor cabin for the two of us-- it was very nice, relatively spacious, with a lovely view of the sea. On the way to Spain, we watched a film in one of the two cinemas. Most of the passengers hung out at the bars on board. I'm not into bars, so we mainly spent time in our cabin, reading and relaxing. On the way back from Spain to the UK, I was sea sick and could not read any longer, which was not very fun. I was seen by the nurse on board, who was extremely friendly, competent, and reassuring. Wifi costs extra and you can't use it in your room, which is a drawback. If I had anticipated being sea sick and the relative boredom of being on the sea for 24 hours, I would have loaded my computer with lots of tv shows and movies to watch. I did not have a chance to see the inside cabins(without a window), so I don't know the quality of those, but with an outdoor cabin, the whole experience was extremely comfortable. Clean, hot showers with water pressure, I found the whole experience extremely luxurious-- especially considering that the whole trip cost less than 200 pounds return for both of us!

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