Ferry between Barcelona and Majorca
Information Route Barcelona - Mallorca
If you are thinking about visiting the Balearic Islands, do so with our ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca! The easiest way to make the journey is by sea, with our direct connection across the Mediterranean. Furthermore, if you travel with us, you will be able to road trip around the island with your own car and load it with all your luggage and personal items. This way you’ll be able to carry your gear to do your favourite sports in Mallorca.
While sailing on the ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca, you’ll be able to rest and relax. You get to choose if you’d rather travel in a lounge seat, VIP lounge seat, or cabin. Furthermore, we offer various dining options on board and all that you need so that your little ones travel comfortably with cribs and children’s menus.
This island known by the Romans as Balearis Maior, has an endless number of treasures to discover! You’ll disembark from the ferry in Palma de Mallorca, where you’ll find the majestic cathedral and the historical city centre with its narrow streets to wander and get lost in. Take the opportunity to explore every corner of this island by car, for example the coastal city of Andratx, where the Sa Dragonera Natural Park can be found. Mallorca’s gastronomy includes typical dishes such as ensaimadas and sobreasada. Don’t leave without giving them a try, because they are the authentic flavour of the island!
If you are going to spend several days on the island, we recommend that you take the opportunity to visit a few more. With Baleària you will be able to travel to Ibiza, Formentera, and Menorca, an opportunity that you don’t want to miss!
Go on our site and book your tickets to travel from Barcelona to Mallorca by ferry. Choose Baleària and discover why its synonymous with all the perks and advantages!
|Average travel time||6h 30min|
|Port of departure||Barcelona's port. Moll Adossat, 160, 08039 Barcelona|
|Port of arrival||Port of Mallorca. Highway Dec de l'Oest, 3C, 07015 Palma, Illes Balears|