Balearia

Balearia connect the Spanish mainland to the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera as well as providing island connecting crossings and operating services in the Strait of Gibraltar.

Transporting around 3.5 million passengers annually, Balearia operates its crossings with a mixture of conventional and fast ferry services, depending on the distance and passenger requirements.

Whichever route you choose, onboard all of Balearia ferries you'll find a comfortable, reliable and competitive means of transport enabling you and your vehicle to move from the centre of one city to another.

The Balearia crossings between Algeciras, Tangier Med and Ceuta are under the Balearia Nautas brand.

Directferries.com allows you to compare Balearia timetables and fares with all alternative ferry operators before deciding on the best option for your trip.

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Balearia customer reviews

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  • "Ibiza to Denia"

    Excellent journey. Comfortable ferry. So easy to catch and visit different places whilst on holiday.

    'Anonymous' travelled with Balearia on Jaume III

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  • "Ferry - Alcudia to Menorca"

    The ferry was excellent and on time both going and coming back. I don't understand why you cannot book online and download a boarding pass, like all the airlines.

    'Ian' travelled with Balearia on Nixe

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  • "Good company"

    Having travelled on both companies, the Neptune class is the most comfortable way to go. The food however is a bit limited unless you want to go for the full traditional Spanish meal. Many people take a picnic on board which is probably the best option. The bus to / from the terminal is painless.

    'Anonymous' travelled with Balearia on Abel Matutes

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  • "Smooth crossing "

    Easy booking online and value

    'Deren' travelled with Balearia

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