How to get from Barcelona to Mallorca by ferry
There are at least 2 daily ferry crossings from Barcelona to Mallorca, normally operated by Baleària, Trasmediterránea and GNV. On our ferry guide, you can find updated information about this route.
Ferry schedules from Barcelona to Mallorca*
Is there a ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca?
There are daily ferries serving the route from Barcelona to Mallorca. The route is mainly operated by the ferry companies Trasmediterránea, Baleària and GNV.
Please note that ferry timetables are subject to change depending on the season. You can find real-time schedules to both ports of Mallorca on our ferry ticket booking engine.
How long is the ferry ride from Barcelona to Mallorca?
The ferry trip duration from Barcelona to Mallorca ranges from 6 hr to 8 hr. Travel time depends on the type of ferry or the destination port.
Is there a high-speed ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca?
The route Barcelona - Mallorca is mainly operated by standard ferries that have bed cabins as well as a garage for the transfer of vehicles. The fastest ferry takes 6 hr to reach the port of Alcudia in the northeast of Mallorca.
How much is the ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca?
The ticket cost for the trip from Barcelona to Mallorca ranges between €32 to €65. The final price can be higher or lower depending on discounts, seat or vehicle selection.
What’s the ferry schedule from Barcelona to Mallorca?
Usually, there are more than 20 weekly ferry crossings from Barcelona to both ports of Mallorca, with ferry frequency increasing during high season.
The earliest crossing is usually at 13:00 arriving at the port of Palma de Mallorca around 20:30 - 21:00. The last ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca leaves around 23:00 and reaches Palma around 06:00.
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?
Yes, starting May 9, 2021, ferry travel from Barcelona to Mallorca is allowed for holiday reasons. See more details about ferry travel and Covid-19 in Spain.
Where can I book cheap ferry tickets from Barcelona to Mallorca?
You can book cheap ferry tickets to Mallorca and the Balearic Islands online on Ferryhopper. On our Map of ferries, you can find all available ferry crossings, compare ferry companies, itineraries and prices and book your trip with just 4 clicks.
Cala Pi: Secluded beach with umbrellas and loungers on the south coast of Mallorca
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Barcelona to Mallorca
Here are some travel tips for your trip from Barcelona to Mallorca:
- Make sure that you arrive at least 1.5 hr before departure at the port of Barcelona as it can be busy, especially during the summer.
- Transferring your vehicle by ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca is a great idea as the island is large and has many beautiful corners to explore.
- Mallorca has 2 ports: Palma and Alcúdia. The distance between the 2 ports is about 58 km, which is about a 45 min drive and 1 hr by bus.
- Mallorca has a typical Mediterranean climate so the best time to visit the island is from May to September.
- Find out more information and tips about the island on our Mallorca travel guide.
Where to take the ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca?
There are regular ferry crossings from the port of Barcelona to the ports of Mallorca. The port of Barcelona is located 9km out of the center of the city and it's easily accessible by public transport as well as by car or taxi.
To get from Barcelona airport to the port you'll need about 25 min by car or 1 hr by public transport.
Can I travel on the ferry from Barcelona to Mallorca with a car?
Yes, the majority of the ferries that travel from Barcelona to Mallorca can carry vehicles.
Each ferry company has its own baggage allowance policy. In Balearia ferries you can normally carry the maximum luggage that you can get on board by yourself, without help and in one go. There are also open luggage trunks in the passenger lounges, where you can leave your luggage during the trip. In GNV ferries each passenger is allowed to carry up to 2 pieces of personal luggage on board. Trasmediterranea allows passengers a maximum of 40 kg of luggage for cabins and 30 kg for seats, while ferries often have closed luggage storage rooms.
Most of the ferries on the Barcelona-Mallorca route have cabins as well as numbered seats.