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How long does the ferry take from Palma to Ibiza?

approximately 2 hours
The ferry Mallorca (Palma) – Ibiza connects two of the most touristic Balearic Islands, Mallorca and Ibiza. The route lasts approximately 2 hours if we travel by fast ferry or between 3h 30″ – 4h if we choose a conventional ferry.

Where does Baleària ferry dock in Ibiza?

Sant Antoni port
The ports in Ibiza During the summer, the ferries dock at two different ports: The Sant Antoni port on the west coast of the island or the Marina Botafoc port opposite the city of Ibiza.

Can you take a ferry from Ibiza to Mallorca?

There are daily ferry routes from Ibiza to Mallorca. The ferry companies that usually operate on this route are Baleària and Trasmediterránea. Please note that ferry timetables are subject to change depending on the season. You can find all ferry crossings to Mallorca and buy your ferry ticket on Ferryhopper.

How long is the ferry from Dénia to Menorca?

Alternatively, you can take a car ferry from Dénia to Ciutadella via Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, and Menorca – Mahon-Maó in around 12h 43m.

Is there a ferry from Palma to Formentera?

The Palma Formentera ferry route connects Mallorca with Formentera. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Balearia. The crossing operates up to 14 times each week with sailing durations from around 3 hours 30 minutes.

Where do Ferries go from Palma?

Palma ferries connect Mallorca with Spain, Ibiza, Formentera & Menorca with crossings available to Denia, Valencia & Barcelona (in Spain), Ibiza (in Ibiza), Formentera (in Formentera) & Mahon & Ciutadella (in Menorca).

Is there a car ferry from Ibiza to Formentera?

There are 2 ferry routes operating between Ibiza and Formentera offering you combined total of 80 sailings per day. Trasmapi Car operates 1 route, Ibiza to Formentera which runs 5 times daily. FRS Iberia operates 1 route, Ibiza to Formentera which runs 4 times daily.

How much is the ferry from Ibiza Town to Formentera?

Adults (14 – 59 years) – The normal price is 26.50€ one way and 45.50€ return. The on-line discount price is 43€ return. Children & seniors (2 – 13 years & 60 years + ) – The normal price is 18€ one way and 28€ return.

Is there a ferry from Menorca to Ibiza?

There are no direct ferries between the two, which means you’ll need to take one ferry from Ibiza to Mallorca, then drive to the town of Alcudia, located on the other side of the island, and take another ferry over to Menorca.

How long does the ferry take from Mallorca to Menorca?

Information Route Mallorca (Alcudia) – Menorca (Ciudadela)

Average travel time 1h 15min
Port of departure Port of Alcudia. Muelle Comercial, s / n, 07410 Alcudia, Mallorca, Balearic Islands
Port of arrival Port of Menorca. Commercial port Son Blanc, 07760 Ciutadella de Menorca, Balearic Islands
Distance 63 Km

Is there a ferry from Mallorca to Ibiza?

Travel to Ibiza and Mallorca by ferry with Baleària and rediscover the Balearic Islands. A trip of only four hours separates the capital of the archipelago and the white island.

Which is the fastest ferry from Denia to Mallorca?

Eleanor Roosevelt is one the fastest ferries to Ibiza. Tickets for the crossing can cost from €63 to €132, depending on the type of tickets, extra services, discounts and availability. There are daily ferry crossings from the port of Dénia to Palma de Mallorca in 2021.

Is there a ferry from Mallorca to Valencia?

High-speed ferry Eleanor Roosevelt connects mainland Spain with the Balearic Islands in 2021. The fast ferry travels from the port of Dénia in the region of Valencia to Ibiza and Mallorca in the Balearic Sea. See ferry schedules and timetables for the routes to Mallorca and Ibiza and learn what to expect on board the fast ferry.

Which is the fastest ferry to the Balearic Islands?

Eleanor Roosevelt, Baleària’s new ferry serving routes to the Balearic Islands, is the world’s longest fast ferry! The modern vessel comes with all amenities for a comfortable, safe and enjoyable trip, such as cabins and premium lounges.