Traveling from Barcelona to Mallorca by ferry
There are 2-3 daily ferry crossings from Barcelona to Mallorca, normally serviced by Baleària and Trasmediterránea. Check our summary with the latest data for ferries.
Ferry schedules from Barcelona to Mallorca*
Is there a ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca?
The ferry route from Barcelona to Mallorca is available daily with an average of 20 weekly crossings. The itinerary is operated by Trasmediterránea and Baleària and it is available throughout the year. You can check real-time data on our fare search engine.
How long is the ferry ride from Barcelona to Mallorca?
The ferry trip duration from Barcelona to Mallorca is 5h to 8h. The duration of the trip varies mainly depending on the type of vessel and the destination port on the island. The crossing to Alcúdia is faster than to the port of Palma.
How much is the ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca?
The price for a standard ferry ticket from Barcelona to Mallorca starts at €45. The ticket fare varies if you want to travel with a vehicle or book a cabin.
What’s the ferry schedule from Barcelona to Mallorca?
Normally, there are more than 20 weekly ferry routes from Barcelona to the island of Mallorca, arriving at the island’s two ports. The earliest crossing is usually at 09:00 and the latest scheduled trip is at 23:57. Off-season, there are less weekly crossings.
What’s the distance between Barcelona and Mallorca?
The distance between Barcelona and Mallorca is around 112 nautical miles (207 km).
Am I allowed to travel from Barcelona to Mallorca?
At the moment, it is only possible to travel to Mallorca (or Majorca) from the port of Barcelona for non-holiday reasons. The autonomous community of Catalonia is under perimetral confinement. For up-to-date information on COVID-19 ferry travel, visit our FaQ page.
Where can I book ferry tickets from Barcelona to Mallorca?
You can easily book ferry tickets to Mallorca and the Balearic Islands on Ferryhopper. Find information about available routes on Ferryhopper’s Map of ferries, compare ferry companies and itineraries, and plan your trip.
Cala Pi: Secluded beach with umbrellas and loungers in the south of Mallorca.
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Barcelona to Mallorca
- Consider arriving at the port of Barcelona at least 1h 30min before departure, as the route to Mallorca is one of the busiest in Spain.
- There are two ports in Mallorca: Palma and Alcúdia. From the ports of Mallorca you can plan your island hopping in the Balearics and travel to mainland Spain and France!
- If you’re spending a few days in Barcelona before traveling to Mallorca, don’t forget to pay a visit to the city’s food markets for local produce and mouth-watering tapas.
- If you’re searching for all possible ferry routes for the Spanish coast and islands, have a look at the latest ferry schedules for 2021.
- Mallorca (or Majorca) has a typical Mediterranean climate. The best time to visit the island is from May to September.