• Baleria Ferries
    Baleria Ferries

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With Ferrysavers you can quickly book a cheap Baleària ferry to Spain, the Balearic Islands or Morocco. With Balearia you can take a ferry to Barcelona, Ibiza, Algeciras and Palma.

At Ferrysavers we make it easy for you to book your Baleària ferry by specific route, or for you to find the best possible deal by comparing Baleària ferries by using our unique price comparison engine.

  • Baleària have ferry routes from Barcelona to the Baleàric ports of Alcudia, Ciutadella, Ibiza, Mahon, Palma (on Mallorca) and San Antonio (Ibiza)
  • From Valencia on the west coast of Spain to the island ports of Palma, San Antonio and Ibiza
  • From Denia on the Spanish mainland to Formentera, Ibiza, Palma and San Antonio
  • Baleària operate ferries from Algerciras in southern Spain to Tanger Med near Tangier (Morocco) and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta on the Moroccon coast
  • Baleària also provide inter-island routes connecting the Baleàrics, such as the popular service between Ibiza and Palma

Balearia Routes

Balearia Ferriea

Baleària is a Spanish ferry operator, launched in July 1998 to link the Spanish mainland to the Baleàric Islands. Baleària is the only operator to have services from the mainland to all four of the Belearics, Mallorca, Minorca, Mahon and Ibiza, as well as running ferries between all the islands and to Ceuta and Morocco every day, providing a valued link for tourists and locals alike between the heart of the region's port cities.

Since Baleària's creation, it has always looked to expand and improve upon its services. This has helped Baleària grow to a company with a fleet of 11 ships operating on 13 different routes in the region. Baleària also have a commitment to using the latest high-speed ships, including luanching 4 brand new ferries in 2009. The new Martín i Soler ferry has been the latest addition to the Balearia fleet; this vessel represents a new concept of travelling to the Balearics as it offers more services for customers than ever before, and combines this with faster crossing times and better fuel efficiency.

Pets on board Balearia ferries

You can book your cat or dog on board a Balearia ferry with You can book your pet in for free, however you must declare you will be travelling with a pet. Note, however, that you can only travel with one cat or dog and if you require passage with a caravan, camper or trailer please state when booking.

Note that to take your pet to and from the UK to mainland Europe (excluding Ireland) you will need a pet passport.

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Check-in Information

Check-in is at least 60 minutes prior to departure for Foot Passengers, and 90 minutes prior to departure for all other passengers.

Balearia Ports


  • Mostaganem

    Port Address: Port de Mostaganem, Route du Port,

    Mostaganem Port

Balearic Islands

  • Alcudia

    Port Address: Carrer del Moll Comercial
    07410 Alcúdia

    Alcudia Port

  • Formentera

    Port Address: La Savina
    07871, Formentera

    Formentera Port

  • Ibiza

    Port Address: Estación Marítima, Andenes del Puerto s/n
    C.P. 07800

    Ibiza Port

  • Palma

    Port Address: Estación Marítima 3

    Palma Port



  • Almeria

    Port Address: Puerto de Almeria

    Almeria Port

  • Barcelona

    Port Address: Estación Marítima Drassanes, s/n

    Barcelona Port

  • Ceuta

    Port Address: Muelle Cañonero Dato, s/n
    C.P. 51001

    Ceuta Port

  • Denia

    Port Address: Muelle de la Pansa s/n, Recinto Portuario,
    C.P. 03205

    Denia Port

  • Melilla

    Port Address: Edificio Estacion Maritima de Melilla
    52001, Melilla Ribera

    Melilla Port

  • Malaga

    Port Address: Est. Marítima, Recinto del Puerto Local E-1
    C.P. 29016

    Malaga Port

  • Valencia

    Port Address: Estación Maritima, Muelle de Turia s/n
    C.P. 46024

    Valencia Port


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  • 17 May 2019
    Ben Bates travelling.
    • Have used Balearia ferries scores of times,always get what you pay for.

      Review by Ben Bates

  • 16 Jan 2019
    Winter break in ibiza
    • Great trip. I paid €150 return, for myself and motorbike. Much cheaper than a return flight. Check in time is longer than I'd expected (90 minutes before departure) but not too much hanging around, vehicles are loaded efficiently. It's comfortable on board, there are enough seats, bars and toilets, it doesn't feel crowded. There's a decent self service restaurant, with 3 or 4 different main courses. I paid about €15 for 2 courses. Good food, although not 'fine dining' My only criticism is that the signage at both ports is minimal. If you're driving its not very clear where you should go, which is the right boat etc. (Ibiza is worse than denia) and this could be a bit stressful, especially if you were boarding in the dark and running late. But anyway - I really enjoyed my experience of the return trip from Denia to Ibiza.

      Review by CHRIS SOLLETT

  • 28 Jun 2018
    Good 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

  • 26 Jun 2018
    Strange boarding arrangements
    • Crossing was fine, on time and very comfortable, The loading arrangements at were strange, pillion passengers has to leave bike and travel as foot passengers hopefully meeting up with bike rider once on board. Foot passengers went through full security baggage scans etc, while rider loaded with full luggage completely unchecked. Motorbike was directed up steep slope on board to be parked on the Half deck. Unloading was down the ramp which was either over steel chevrons ( for car grip loading) or smooth steel between chevron which offered no grip with a heavy tourer 2 up. Would have been much simpler to have left bikes on 1st deck where there was plenty of room.

      Review by HD Road King

  • 21 Jan 2018
    Get there early
    • Once on board it is excellent. The Barcellona checking in and boarding is a nightmare. Give yourselves plenty of time.

      Review by JOHN BIRD