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Ferry from Gandia to Mallorca

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Traveling from Gandia to Mallorca by ferry

The port of Gandia, in the Valencia region, has frequent ferry connections with Mallorca and the Balearic islands. On this page you will find useful information on your ferry trip from Gandia to Mallorca, ferry frequency, indicative ferry ticket prices and journey distance. Traveling in the Mediterranean by ferry is now easier with Ferryhopper!

How frequent is the ferry connection between Gandia and Mallorca? 

The frequency of the ferry connection between the port of Gandia and the port of Palma de Mallorca is 7 weekly crossings. The ferry company that usually operates on this route is Trasmediterranea. 

How long is the ferry trip from Gandia to Mallorca?

The average ferry trip duration from Gandia in Valencia to Palma de Mallorca is 5 hours and 30 minutes. 

Ferry ticket price Gandía - Mallorca

The ferry ticket price for the Gandia - Mallorca itinerary can be around 55 - 60 euros for a one-way economy fare. The costs of ferry tickets are possible to change every year so we recommend that you check Ferryhopper for ferry companies' updates and offers as well as for all ferry ticket types and prices. 

Distance between Gandia and Mallorca

The distance between Gondia and the port of Palma in Mallorca is approximately 260 km (140 nautical miles)

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Tips for your ferry trip from Gandia

  1. The port of Gandia can get very busy particularly during the summer months so if you travel with your own vehicle expect some traffic on the roads around the port. We, therefore, recommend that you arrive at the port of Gandia at least 90min in advance of your boarding time. For travelers without a vehicle 60min in advance is sufficient. 
  2. In Mallorca, there is a good bus service that connects the port with the center of Palma de Mallorca. If you do not have a vehicle, we suggest that you rent one in order to enjoy more of the Mediterranean beauty of Mallorca. You can find more information about the island of Mallorca on our dedicated page. 
  3. From Mallorca, you can also catch a ferry to the neighboring Balearic islands of Menorca and Ibiza. You can also travel from Mallorca to Formentera via Ibiza. Find out more about the most popular ferry routes in the Balearic Islands: Mallorca - Menorca and Mallorca - Ibiza. Island-hopping in the Balearic Islands is now easier with Ferryhopper! 
  4. Apart from the port of Gandia, you can travel by ferry from the Spanish coast to the Balearic islands via the port of Valencia or the port of Barcelona. On the Ferryhopper Map of Ferries, you can find all the available ferry connections from the Iberian peninsula and the Balearic islands to choose the most convenient itinerary for you!