Ferry to Mallorca: plan the trip you want!

The largest of the Balearic Islands has so much more to offer than the beach, something you are sure to see as soon as you step off the ferry to Mallorca. The stunning postcard-worthy view from the port, with the Cathedral and the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, is sure to remain in your memory forever. So, when you arrive, take the chance to discover the cultural heritage in Palma!

There are so many places to explore across the island that we recommend travelling on the ferry to Mallorca with your own vehicle on board. As you will be able to travel around in it, take advantage of the opportunity to fill it with all the luggage you need to really make the most of your time on the island. For example, if you love cycling, take your bikes on the ferry to Mallorca! In the north east of the island you will find mountain passes such as Sa Calobra and Puig Major which, as well as challenging cyclists, offer views that are truly out of this world.

Your next trip by ferry to Mallorca could also be an opportunity to discover the Tramuntana mountains with your whole family. How about a hiking route to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site? You can also visit small villages such as Sóller, Valldemossa or Pollensa.

Of course, your getaway on the ferry to Mallorca won’t be complete without a dip in the water in one of the spectacular coves. On the north-east coast you’ll find the unique Sa Calobra and the tranquil Cala Tuent, while in the south there is the beautiful Cala Llombards.

Remember that with Baleària you can travel by ferry to Mallorca from Valencia, Barcelona, Denia, Ibiza and Mallorca at the times which suit you best. Board the ferry and discover Mallorca like never before!