Ibiza Denia Ferry
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5 crossings weekly5 hr
The Ibiza ferry port is situated in Ibiza town. The access to Ibiza ferry port is off Avenida Santa Eulalia and the passenger terminal is called 'Estacion Maritima del Puerto'.
Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands situated in the Mediterranean Sea and belonging to Spain. The island of Ibiza is world renowned for its summer parties, especially in Ibiza town and Sant Antoni (San Antonio) which has its own port, with thousands of people crowding the big summer club nights hosted in some of Europe's most famous venues. However, Ibiza has its fair share of quiet areas that can be found such as "God's Finger" in the Benirràs Bay as well as some of the more traditional Ibicenco cultural sites., helping make this a perennially popular destination.
Denia ferry port is, like many ferry ports with services to the Balearics, very popular, with a large number of ferry crossings every day. Denia ferry port is ideally located in the town centre, only 300 m from the train station, Denia's tourist information desk, restaurants and shops.
Overlooked by an ancient castle, Denia features a wealth of festivities throughout the year: the most popular festival called "Fallas" is celebrated each March where huge papier-mache statues are set up throughout the town and then set ablaze, another festival worth the visit is the popular "Bulls at the Sea" in July, a week long festival with the renowned highlight of watching bulls run down the main street "Marques de Campo", only to be chased into the Mediterranean sea by those daring enough to enter a makeshift bull ring with them.
17 May 2019Ben Bates travelling.
Have used Balearia ferries scores of times,always get what you pay for.
Review by Ben Bates