The Mahon Barcelona ferry route connects Menorca with Spain. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Trasmediterranea. The crossing operates up to 7 times each week with sailing durations from around 8 hours 45 minutes.
Mahon Barcelona sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Mahon Barcelona route is a car and 2 passengers.
Would be nice to be able to hire towels at sun deck,to place on sun beds.
'Michael' travelled Mahon Barcelona with Trasmediterranea on FortunyRead More Read Less
We left in time from Mahon to Barcelona. We stayed in the sitting lounge. Good food but slightly expensive for the majority of the customers. Very attentive and wilful staff. On the way back, we stayed in a cabin. The sea was a bit rough but the air temperature was acceptable. Same opinion about the staff.
'Esteban Bikic' travelled Mahon Barcelona with Trasmediterranea on ZurbaranRead More Read Less
"Rough seas - oh dear! "
No one on the ferry was obviously set on rough seas! Nowhere to have airsickness bags, passages and toilets full of vomit. Nobody cared! Poor service!
'Bernhard' travelled Mahon Barcelona with Trasmediterranea on ZurbaranRead More Read Less
"A nice return trip"
This summer, I had the chance to travel with Trasmediterranea on different routes: Barcellona-Palma, Palma-Mahon and Mahon-Barcellona. Overall It was a nice experience, especially on the last trip where the ship was bigger and more comfortable. The ferries were on time and the staff on board very helpful. the only flaw (it's quite common) was the strong air conditioning. During the night, despite the blanket and duvet, it was freezing. Overall an excellent operator.
'Anonymous' travelled Mahon Barcelona with TrasmediterraneaRead More Read Less
The Spanish city of Mahon is the capital of the island of Menorca, which forms part of the Balearic Islands. Lying on the island's east coast, Mahon is also home to the island's main port which is formed on the second deepest natural harbour in the world, which extends around 7 miles inland. There is a lovely mix of old and new architecture in the city and offers visitors a unique blend of a city that is full of Menorcan and Spanish history, especially in its buildings, and museums coupled with its thriving natural port. The centre of Mahon is the Placa de S'Esplanada which is also the best place to sit in one of the cafes, located around the Placa, and watch the world go by. If you take a stroll from the Placa onto Carrer d'Isabel II you will see a spectacular view of the harbour. Whilst strolling through the streets visitors will see elegant Georgian houses overlooking the harbour and at the end of the road is the Museu de Menorca, the island's largest museum covering the island's archaeological past together with a collection of fine arts.
Mahon ferry port has year round sailings connecting the city to Barcelona and Valencia on the Spanish mainland. You can also catch ferries to Palma and to Alcudia, Majorca and to Ibiza. Ferries also operate to and from Ciutadella in the summer months.
The Spanish city of Barcelona lies on the Mediterranean Sea coast, between the mouths of the River Llobregat and River Besos and is also bordered to the west by the Serra Collserola mountain range. The city is the capital of the autonomous region of Catalonia and is the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid. The city's origins date back to when it was founded as a Roman city and then in the Middle Ages it became the capital of the County of Barcelona. Today, the city is a very popular tourist destination and cultural centre and is particularly well known for the architectural works of Antoni Gaudi and Lluis Domenech i Montaner, which have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
There are many things to do and see in Barcelona including the National Museum of Art of Catalonia which contains a collection of Romanesque art while the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art has a collection on post 1945 Catalan and Spanish art. Also in the city the Fundació Joan Miró, Picasso Museum and Fundació Antoni Tàpies hold important collections of these world famous artists, as well as Can Framis Museum, which focuses on post 1960 Catalan Art owned by Fundació Vila Casas.
From the city's port, whose piers are located close to the city centre, ferries depart to Mallorca, Ibiza and Morocco (Tangier Med).