How to get to Formentera: the complete guide
Plan your trip to Formentera step-by-step!
Are you planning a trip to the hidden gem of the Balearic Islands soon? If tranquility, relaxation and beautiful beaches are on your wishlist, you're in for a treat!
Make sure to check our Formentera travel guide and learn more about the island’s wonders, sustainable tourism and must-see beaches. But first, let’s see how you can travel to Formentera!
Flight or ferry to Formentera?
The only way to reach Formentera is by ferry, as there is no airport on the island. See more useful info about traveling by ferry to Formentera:
- Ferry traveling is a comfortable way to get around the Balearics, as you can stroll and breathe fresh air on the deck, all while admiring the Mediterranean Sea.
- If you wish to bring along your little friend, consider traveling by ferry with your pet to the Balearic Islands.
- Traveling by ferry to Formentera is an eco-friendly way to visit the Balearic Islands. Learn more about sustainable ferry travel on Ferryhopper.
Have ferries stolen your heart? Continue reading and find all ferry schedules to Formentera below.
The popular Cala Saona beach in Formentera
Traveling to Formentera from the Balearic Islands
You can reach Formentera from the rest of the Balearics, depending on your point of departure. There are ferry crossings from the neighboring islands of Ibiza and Mallorca.
Discover all the information you might need for your trip and see how long it takes to get to Formentera from the Balearic Islands!
How to get to Formentera from Ibiza
The ferry route between Ibiza and Formentera is one of the most popular in the summer. Normally, there are 4 ferry companies serving routes between Ibiza and Formentera: Baleària, Mediterránea Pitiusa, Aquabus, and Trasmapi. You can find multiple ferry crossings between the islands throughout the day.
Traveling by ferry from Ibiza to Formentera takes from 25 min to 1 hr, depending on the type of vessel you’ve chosen (high-speed or conventional). The price of a standard ferry ticket is between €18 and €29.
Tip: find more information about which Ibiza - Formentera ferry company to choose!
Getting to Formentera from Mallorca
Traveling to Formentera from Mallorca is easy and convenient. There are usually up to 1-2 daily crossings from the port of Mallorca, operated by the speedboats of Baleària.
The ferry ride from Mallorca to Formentera lasts around 3.5 hr, including a 1-hour stop in Ibiza. A standard ferry ticket to Formentera starts at around €100.
The calm, sandy beach of Illetes in Formentera
Traveling to Formentera from mainland Spain
You can reach the Balearic Islands and Formentera from various ports in mainland Spain. This is a great way to bring along your vehicle and explore every corner of Formentera.
Find detailed information about the ferry crossings between mainland Spain and Formentera and plan your trip on Ferryhopper!
Traveling from Dénia to Formentera
One of the most popular ways to reach Formentera is by catching a ferry from the port of Dénia. There are at least 7 weekly crossings from Dénia to Formentera. Usually, the route is served from 08:30 in the morning until 18:00 by Baleària.
The duration of the Dénia to Formentera ferry trip is approximately 2-4.5 hr. The price of a standard ticket starts at €66, though the final cost may vary depending on seasonality and available offers and discounts.
How to travel from Barcelona to Formentera
There are ferries to Formentera from Barcelona throughout the year. You can find at least 7 weekly crossings from Barcelona to the port of La Savina in Formentera, operated by Baleària.
The duration of the ferry ride to Formentera is around 11.5-13.5 hr. The cost of a standard ferry ticket starts at €62, depending on the season.
How to get to Formentera from Valencia
While there are many ferry crossings between Valencia and the Balearics, there are no direct ferry crossings to Formentera at the moment. Instead, you reach Formentera from Valencia by making a stop in Ibiza and switching ferries.
Alternatively, you can also get to Dénia by car in 90 min and catch a direct ferry to Formentera.
Rent a bike and explore every corner of Formentera
Ferry from Gandía to Formentera
Gandía is a small port near Valencia that occasionally serves ferry routes to the Balearics. As of now, there are no direct ferry crossings from Gandía to Formentera. Instead, you can catch a ferry from the neighboring port of Dénia to get to Formentera.
Book ferry tickets to Formentera
Your trip to Formentera is just a few clicks away! On Ferryhopper, you can find all ferry routes to Formentera, along with the respective ferry schedules in Spain. Compare prices and companies, check timetables and book ferry tickets to Formentera without hidden fees!
Tip: on our Map of ferries, you can find all ferry connections between Formentera and other Spanish destinations. Don’t forget to check our island hopping guide for the Balearics and travel around the islands like an expert!