Balearia Ferries- Routes, Ports, Tickets, and Offers

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Formentera, Spain. Source: Unsplash

About Balearia

Balearia is a Spanish ferry provider with connections from mainland Spain to the Balearic islands of Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca, and Menorca. Established in 1998, the Spanish ferry provider also offers crossings to Morocco and Algeria. Balearia has a fleet of over 23 vessels comprising high-speed, fast, and traditional ferries.

Balearia ferries main destinations

Balearia ferries offer crossings from mainland Spain to the Balearic Islands, France, and North Africa. Formentera is one of the popular destinations serviced by Balearia Ferries. It is the smallest of the Balearic islands and is famous for its beautiful beaches and outdoor activities. The Tanger Med port in Northern Morocco is another popular Balearia ferry destination with a cosmopolitan blend of African and European influences. The port city of Sete in France is served by Balearia ferries outside Spain with crossings from Nador in Morocco. Other primary destinations for Balearia ferries include Denia, Ibiza, Palma Mallorca, Alcudia, and Ciutadella.

Most popular Balearia connections

With over 40 connections, Balearia Ferries mainly serve various towns and cities in the Balearic Islands and North Africa. The most popular connection on this route is Ibiza - Formentera with around 21 daily sailings, followed by Algeciras - Tanger Med, with 4 sailings daily. Other popular Balearia connections include Algeciras - Ceuta (4 sailings daily), Alcudia - Ciutadella (4 sailings daily), Denia - Formentera (3 sailings daily), Barcelona - Ciutadella (16 sailings weekly), and Valencia - Palma (13 sailings weekly).

Popular Balearia Ferry Routes

Ferries by Balearia to the Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands make up the perfect destination for an island holiday. Discover white sandy beaches with crystal clear waters, breathtaking landscapes, vibrant nightlife in Ibiza, and a wide range of water sports. Popular Balearia connections along this route include:

Ferries by Balearia to North Africa

The North African cities of Tanger and Nador in Morocco and Mostaganem in Algeria are famous for their beautiful beaches and historical attractions. Popular Balearia networks along this route include:

Ferry routes by Balearia and timetables

Balearia hydrofoils connect mainland Spain to the Balearic Islands and North Africa. The ferries serve multiple destinations with over 40 connections.

Balearia route Schedule Price
Ferry Ibiza - Formentera From 07:00 to 22:02 from $24
Ferry Algeciras - Tanger Med From 10:15 to 20:31 From $41
Ferry Algeciras - Ceuta From 07:00 to 22:30 From $39
Ferry Barcelona - Palma Mallorca From 10:15 From $50
Ferry Valencia - Palma From 21:45 to 22:45 From $44
Ferry Alcudia - Ciutadella de Menorca From 04:30 to 09:00 From $75
Ferry Palma Mallorca - Ibiza From 08:00 to 10:00 From $70
Ferry Barcelona - Alcudia From 21:45 from $67
Ferry Denia - Palma 17:00 From $96
Ferry Denia - Ibiza From 09:00 to 17:00 From $65

Balearia ticket types

Balearia offers two types of tickets: Seat and Cabin. The seat ticket is further divided into two categories: Standard (Sirena seat) and Superior (Neptuno seat). A Neptuno seat ticket grants you access to a lounge with extra comfortable leather seats and a TV. The Cabin ticket grants you access to a private cabin for four people with a full private bathroom with blankets and towels. It is ideal for passengers on a longer trip.

Balearia services on board

You’ll find a wide range of services and amenities on board Balearia ferries for the best travel experience.

Types of accommodation on board Balearia ferries

Balearia offers two types of seat lounges on their ferries: Standard (Sirena) and Superior (Neptuno). Superior lounges have ergonomic recliner seats with seat pockets and folding trays. The leather seats are wider with enough legroom space. In most ferries, Superior accommodation offers a lounge TV and a lobby bar catering service serving different snacks during your crossing. The Standard accommodation has less spacious and comfortable seats. Onboard catering is not available in the Standard accommodation. For longer trips, you can opt for air-conditioned family or VIP cabins with exclusive access and private bathrooms. All ferries on the Ibiza-Formentera route have Standard accommodation only.

Transporting vehicles with Balearia Ferry

Balearia ferries allow the transportation of different vehicles, including private cars, vans, caravans, motorbikes, and scooters, at a fee. This will vary depending on the routes and your vehicle’s dimensions. Motorbikes with a 125cc engine capacity or less board for free on the Ibiza-Formentera route.

Services and events on board Balearia Ferries

Balearia ferries offer a wide range of onboard services for the best sailing experience. Most ferries have a restaurant serving single courses, a full menu, and vegetarian and children’s meals. You’ll also find local cuisines from the regions the ships operate. Some ferries have bars serving drinks, snacks, sandwiches, pastries, and barbecues on the outdoor decks during peak travel months. You can take advantage of the free Wi-Fi, shops selling souvenirs and gift items, and ice cream and chocolate parlors on most hydrofoils. Ferries like Martin i Soler and Bahama Mama have a swimming pool and sunbathing area, while others have a heated jacuzzi with an outdoor bar. Children can access a play area or watch films, play games, and read books in some of the vessels.

La Sagrada

La Sagrada, Barcelona. Source: Shutterstock

Balearia: FAQs

What documents are required for travel with Balearia ferries?

You must present a valid identification document (passport or national ID) and a boarding pass (printed or digital).

How does the check-in and boarding procedure work on Balearia Ferries?

No check-in is required. You can board Balearia ferries directly with your boarding pass. If you’re traveling with a vehicle, you must go to the vehicle boarding area and present the relevant documents. Other passengers must alight and board via the passenger boarding area.

How long before boarding do I have to show up?

This will depend on the route. We advise you to arrive at least 30 mins before departure for sailings within Spain and at least 1 hour for sailings outside Spain. The same applies to passengers traveling with vehicles.

Can I bring pets with me on Balearia ferries?

Yes. Pets are allowed on Balearia ferries. They must be leashed or kept inside a carrier. Dangerous breeds must be muzzled at all times.

Food Intolerances and Personalized Menus?

Balearia ferries have a wide range of menus, including vegan, children’s, and coeliac-friendly meals. For a personalized menu, you can contact Balearia customer service at least 48 hours before the journey.

What number should I contact in case of Balearia ticket changes?

For ticket cancelation or reservation changes due to unavoidable circumstances like bad weather, contact Omio Support.

What kind of assistance does Balearia provide passengers with reduced mobility?

Balearia ferries offer adapted seats with safety belts and adjustable armrests, accessible bathrooms in common areas, fitted cabins, and wheelchair safety anchorages for passengers with reduced mobility.

Is it possible to travel pregnant on Balearia ferries?

Expectant mothers less than 36 weeks pregnant (32 weeks for those expecting twins) are allowed on Balearia ferries. If you are 28 weeks pregnant, you must provide a medical certificate confirming you’re safe to travel and also indicate your state in the reservation.
Balearia ferries staff is well-trained to deal with onboard medical emergencies before taking the next right steps.

Balearia destinations

Not sure where to begin your Balearia adventure? Check out these popular Balearia destinations for travel details and nearby attractions:

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