Palma Ferry Port
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Palma ferry port is one of the busiest port in the Balearic Islands, handling a large passenger traffic as well as numerous cruise-ships. Palma ferry port is very well signposted.
Palma de Mallorca (sometimes called simply Palma or Mallorca) is the major city and port on the island of Mallorca, which is the largest island of the Balearics. Palma remains a popular holiday destination all year round. Despite its initially modern appearance, Palma boasts a rich historical and cultural heritage with its most popular attractions located near the port such as the Castle of Bellver, Royal Palace and Stock Exchange among many others. The landscape of the island of Mallorca is typically Mediterranean and varies from the fertile central lowlands to the precipitous cliffs of the northwestern coast.
Estación Marítima 3, 07015, Spain
Est. Marítima, 2, Muelle de Peraires, C.P. 07015, Balearics
06 Feb 2020Relaxing Night Ferry trip Barcelona-Palma aboard Abel Matutes
Neptuno reclinable armchairs are very comfortable but look for the ones which can lean flat completely so you imagine you're in a bed.
Review by DANIEL AZUELOS
10 Jul 2019Excellent ferry service overnight from Barcelona to Palma
Very comfortable, very efficient trip to Majorca. Left on time and arrived in Majorca on time. Comfortable, clean cabin with comfortable beds. Only (minor) complaint was that it took over an hour to disembark and get to the port - there was a lot of hanging around in the courtesy bus...
Review by JASON WROE
13 May 2019Barcelona - Palma- Barcelona
Unfortunately there were no cabins available but as it's only a short overnight that was easily coped with by using a sleeping bag and finding a place to sleep. The bad point is that the vessel was hardly adequate for an overnight crossing. The male toilets (only two of them) were totally overused and became disgusting. There was no soap and no hot water, really not good enough. On the day journey I asked about this and the receptionist made calls but nothing was done. However, the crew and catering staff were thoroughly efficient and friendly.
Review by CHARLES MOORE
02 Apr 2019very nice and tidy boat
will choose again transmediterranea
Review by SUTTERLIN MARC
22 Feb 2019Snug as a bug in a rug
I booked an overnight cabin for the crossing. Being able to shower and rest in a very comfortable clean attractive space for a great price made the journey very pleasant .
Review by Anon