Alcudia Barcelona Ferry
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Situated amongst the beautiful surroundings of the northern coast of Mallorca, the port of Alcudia is at the top of a large bay, home to an impressive white sandy beach. The port area is highly picturesque and represents one of the city's main attractions. Alcudia is an old town founded by the Phoenicians (it's actually the oldest city in Mallorca), and it has an historic charm.
Alcudia's waterfront is the focus of many visitors attention, with fantastic watersport opportunities available. Bars, restaurants and cafés are found all along the bay, which is also home to the town's cosmopolitan nightlife, and across Alcudia there are charming streets lined with shops and boutiques. There is also a superb and characteristic market on Sundays.
Barcelona's ferry port is one of the largest and most important in the Mediterranean, with many ferries departing every day as well as regular cruise ship arrivals. The ports is located right in the heart of the city near Las Ramblas and many of the favourite tourist destinations.
A truly global location, Barcelona is the 2nd largest city in Spain and capital of Catalonia. It is located in the "comarca" of Barcelonès, along the Mediterranean coast. Barcelona is an economic, financial and cultural centre, and a destination famous for its electric nightlife, shopping, beaches, cuisine, football and parks. Thanks to its wonderful climate and these many cultural offerings, Barcelona is perennially one of the most popular destinations in Europe.
Barcelona is also rightly renowned for its unique contemporary architecture and the iconic works of the architect Antoni Gaudí. His most famous work is the huge (yet unfinished) temple of the Sagrada Família, billed for completion in 2026. Other examples of his work are the Palau Güell, the Park Güell, the Casa Milà (La Pedrera) and the Casa Batlló. Barcelona is home to many beautiful parks and beaches, an array of museums, galleries and music venues and countless restaurants, as well as Las Ramblas, the most lively street in the city and the many fascinating side streets leading from it.
28 Jun 2018Good journey
It is a good job we arrived an hour early as the due sailing time had been brought forward by over an hour and we had received no information advising about this. Fortunately we made the crossing. The journey was comfortable and we highly recommend the first class seats.
Review by John and June
31 Jul 2017Travel with Dog
Came back via Barcelona having traveled out via Valencia. Drove from Uk to accommodate dog and surprised at how different the experience was. Outbound kennels on 8th floor - struggle to get up there with my own crate worth it ensuring my little guy stayed healthy. Return of 8 hours only 2 access visits at very short intervals then long wait till end of journey so dogs quite distressed. One cage was severely soiled at 1st visit so he spent 8 hours in a dirty cage and cleaning of cages seems to be quick rinse of a hose during change overs and not deep clean I expected. Exercise area was tiny despite car deck being huge and empty and deck which could be accessed by the ramp completely under utilized. Glad I had brought by own travel cage which fitted inside ones provided but would have been happier to keep dog in my car on the car deck (as permitted by some other ferry operators) Cabin was lovely but on board catering was pretty poor and no vegetarian options for 8 hour journey!
Review by Anon