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Balearia

Routes, Tickets & Timetables

The Balearia shipping company specialises in connections between the Spanish mainland and the Balearic Islands, as well as connections between southern Spain and North Africa. In addition, there are routes from southern Spain to the Canary Islands of Gran Canaria and Tenerife.
Die Routen von Balearia

Baleria was founded in 1998 in the eastern Spanish city of Dénia and has since become one of the largest ferry companies in the western Mediterranean. The shipping company operates both conventional ferries and modern fast ferries, which travel at around twice the speed.From the departure ports of Barcelona, Valencia and Dénia on Spain’s Mediterranean coast, Balearia serves the islands of Mallorca and Ibiza. In addition, there are connections from Mallorca to the smaller neighbouring islands of Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera. From the southern Spanish ports of Malaga, Algericas and Almeria, there are calls at the Moroccan ports of Tangier and Nador as well as the Spanish enclaves of Melilla and Ceuta in North Africa. From the southern Spanish port of Huelva, Balearia sails twice a week to the Canary Islands of Gran Canaria and Tenerife; these are the longest crossings, with a journey time of 36 hours (to Gran Canaria) and 44 hours (to Tenerife). Since 2011, a connection from Fort Lauderdale in Florida to the Bahamas has also been offered through a subsidiary.

Currently, Balearia operates a fleet of 22 vessels, eight of which are fast ferries; the latter are mainly used for connections between the Balearic Islands. The conventional ferries also have greater capacity for trucks and therefore form an important part of the freight network from the islands to the mainland.

The equipment of the ships depends on their size and the duration of the journey. All ferries have gastronomic facilities such as cafés and restaurants (mostly self-service, some also a la carte) as well as play facilities for children, on the conventional ships there are also sun decks.

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Balearia Ferries

Overview of all ferry routes to and from Balearia:

Ferries Algeria - Spain

Valencia - Mostaganem

1 Sailings Weekly
16 h 30 min

Ferries Spain

Ciutadella - Alcudia

4 Sailings Daily
1 h
4 Sailings Daily
1 h
4 Sailings Daily
1 h

Ibiza - Formentera

2 Sailings Weekly
30 min
2 Sailings Weekly
30 min
2 Sailings Weekly
30 min

Palma - Formentera

7 Sailings Weekly
4 h 14 min
7 Sailings Weekly
4 h 14 min
7 Sailings Weekly
4 h 14 min

Valencia - Palma

13 Sailings Weekly
7 h 15 min
13 Sailings Weekly
7 h 15 min
13 Sailings Weekly
7 h 15 min

Ibiza - Palma

9 Sailings Weekly
2 h 15 min
9 Sailings Weekly
2 h 15 min
9 Sailings Weekly
2 h 15 min

Melilla - Almeria

3 Sailings Weekly
6 h 30 min

Ibiza - Barcelona

6 Sailings Weekly
8 h 29 min

Ciutadella - Barcelona

16 Sailings Weekly
3 h 30 min

Alcudia - Barcelona

14 Sailings Weekly
5 h 30 min

Palma - Barcelona

6 Sailings Weekly
7 h 15 min

Formentera - Barcelona

7 Sailings Weekly
11 h 29 min

Ibiza - Denia

7 Sailings Weekly
2 h 15 min

Palma - Denia

7 Sailings Weekly
5 h 15 min

Ferries Spain - Morocco

Nador - Almeria

7 Sailings Weekly
7 h

Ferries France - Morocco

Nador - Sete

2 Sailings Weekly
40 h

Balearia ferry ports