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The Balearic Islands by ferry

How to get to the Balearic Islands from mainland Spain

With the beautiful Barcelona being one of the main destinations to arrive and catch a ferry to one of the Balearic Islands, one can also catch ferries from Valencia as well as Denia.

However, take note from where you will be going as you cannot always get to “all” islands from “all” locations on the mainland. Some can only be accessed from Barcelona and Valencia.
Mostly when traveling to these areas one would end up in Barcelona or Valencia and booking ahead with DuckFerries will ease the worry of connecting between islands and eliminate the confusion and decision making.

Menorca Mahon

Menorca Mahon

Heading to Ibiza?

Having two ports on the island, Ibiza can be accessed from all mainland ferries. The northern based port is known as San Antonio and the more popular landing spot would be Ibiza Capital located in the south. This one would lead to most of the popular beach clubs and other nightlife that Ibiza is famous for.

Old Town Ibiza - castell de Eivissa

Old Town Ibiza - castell de Eivissa

From Barcelona to Ibiza:

Ferries leave Barcelona to Ibiza daily and also have a night option to arrive in the morning to explore the island. The reason for this is that the duration of the trip is between 8 to 9 hours from Barcelona to Ibiza. Renting a vehicle is also recommended once you arrive and it is also worth mentioning that if you have a vehicle in Barcelona, you could transport that on the ferry as well. The ferries leave daily, 7 days a week.

From Valencia to Ibiza:

Another option would be the port of Valencia to get to the Balearic Island of Ibiza.  There is a direct ferry that departs from the city or port of Valencia daily, 6 days a week and the duration of the trip will take 5 to 6 hours depending on the model of the ferry as there is a high - speed ferry option.

From Denia to Ibiza:

By far the fastest way to get to the Island of Ibiza would be from the port of Denia as the distance from the port of Denia to the Island of Ibiza is only 66 miles or approximately 100 kilometers. Given the distance needed to travel between the two, the journey takes only 2 hours. The ferries run twice daily from the Port of Denia to the Capitol or City of Ibiza and only do weekly trips to the northern part of San Antonio in Ibiza. As far as the distance between Ibiza and the mainland goes, Denia will be your fastest option.

Heading to Menorca?

There are two ports in which to travel to and from the mainland and Menorca. The port of the Capitol Mahon as well as the port of Ciutadella located in the east and north west respectively.

Menorca port of Ciutadella

Menorca port of Ciutadella

From Barcelona to Menorca:

There are ferries that run 7 days a week from Barcelona to both ports of Menorca since the ports are located on different parts of the island and are quite a distance apart.
From Barcelona to Mahon will take approximately 9 hours and the route from Barcelona to Ciutadella will take approximately 7 hours.
Please make sure to be clear about where on the island you need to be when making your bookings.

From Valencia to Menorca:

Depending on the season and weather conditions, the frequency of trips to Menorca vary from the Port of Valencia. Even though it is a viable port to journey to anyway one of the Balearic Islands, the fact that it is almost 4 hours south of Barcelona means that that the ferry from Valencia to Menorca will take approximately 15 hours and runs on average once a week and only to the port of Mahon.

Menorca - Cala Mitjaneta

Menorca - Cala Mitjaneta

Heading to Mallorca?

The two ports which operate on the Island of Mallorca are the Port of the Capitol Palma as well as the Port of Alcudia. Not only will you be able to travel to and from the Mainland from this particular island, you may also be able to catch a ferry to Toulon, France.

From Barcelona to Mallorca:

There are a steady flow of ferries heading towards both ports in Mallorca from the port of Barcelona making it easier to plan your journey based on your vacation plans.

Barcelona to the Port of Palma
Operates daily and the journey will take approximately 7 hours and 30 minutes.
Barcelona to the Port of Alcudia
Operates daily and the voyage takes approximately 6 hours.
Both Ferries operate 7 days a week.

Ibiza beach relax

Ibiza beach relax

Island Hopping between the Balearic Islands?

Island Hopping is very common when visiting the Balearic Islands and booking tickets with DuckFerries will make the journey smooth and seamless. Here are some of the frequencies and length of voyages for the ferries between the Islands.

From Mallorca to Ibiza:

One of the most popular ferries is that from the Capitol Palma de Mallorca to the Capitol Port of Ibiza which takes 2 to 4 hours depending on the speed of the ferry and runs daily.
The same can be said for the trip from Palma de Mallorca to the Ibiza port of San Antonia which also runs daily and takes approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Booking a ticket is essential as this route is very popular.

Mallorca - port de Sóller

Mallorca - port de Sóller

Island Hopping between the Balearic Islands?

Island Hopping is very common when visiting the Balearic Islands and booking tickets with DuckFerries will make the journey smooth and seamless. Here are some of the frequencies and length of voyages for the ferries between the Islands.

From Mallorca to Ibiza:

One of the most popular ferries is that from the Capitol Palma de Mallorca to the Capitol Port of Ibiza which takes 2 to 4 hours depending on the speed of the ferry and runs daily.
The same can be said for the trip from Palma de Mallorca to the Ibiza port of San Antonia which also runs daily and takes approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Booking a ticket is essential as this route is very popular.

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