Getting to Mallorca
If you want to travel by boat to Mallorca, you can do this from Spain and from France.
There are also ferry connections between Ibiza and Mallorca and between Menorca and Mallorca. It is therefore possible to visit several islands during your holiday.
Perhaps the biggest advantage of the ferry to Mallorca is that you can bring your own car. This way you no longer need a rental car and you can take a lot more luggage with you.
We have shown all connections in the ferry map so that you can easily map out your ideal route.
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Map with all ferry routes to Mallorca
As can be seen on the map, there are quite a few options to go to Mallorca by ferry. If you are traveling from Northern or Central Europe, departure from Toulon or Barcelona is a logical choice. Balearia offers the fastest crossing between Valencia/Denia and Palma de Mallorca.
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Ferry from Spain to Mallorca
From Spain you have the most choice. Experienced on 4 different routes ferries back and forth between the Spanish mainland and Mallorca. Most biotes go to the capital Palma de Mallorca, but you can also go to Alcudia from Barcelona.
Ferry from France to Mallorca
Recently there is a ferry from France to Mallorca. It departs from Toulon and arrives in Alcudia. Then the boat continues to Menorca. For people travelling from Northern Europe, this is an ideal crossing to go to Mallorca.
It is a night trip and because of the long distance, this is a more expensive crossing than, for example, from Valencia. The starting price is still attractive, but when booking you notice that there are some extra costs. for example if you also book a cabin, have dinner and breakfast, and bring a car.
Ferry from Menorca to Mallorca
Do you want to combine two or more islands in one holiday? The Balearic Islands lend themselves quite well to that. You can ‘hop' along all four islands. For a good ferry map of the whole area, you can take a look at the Balearic Islands page.
Menorca is the closest to Mallorca. From Menorca, there are two ferry options:
Ferry from Ibiza to Mallorca
Traveling between the two most popular islands of Ibiza? This can be done by ferry and it can also be done quite quickly. Balearia sails on the Palma-Ibiza route with a fast ferry.
Frequently Asked Questions
From the Spanish mainland it takes at least 5 hours and 30 minutes to reach Mallorca. However, most crossings are longer because you usually sail at night on the way there. It may therefore be better to book a longer flight so that you do not arrive in the middle of the night. On the way back you sail during the day and then the fastest ferry is on the way for 5 hours. The ferry from France takes approximately 13 hours and 30 minutes.
If you are travelling as a foot passenger you can sail to Mallorca for around €40. Eventually, it will for most people be much more expensive. You often travel by car, you book a cabin and you spend money on meals. The summer is also often more expensive than sailings in the winter. A return for 2 people and a car from Barcelona will therefore certainly be around €300.