Traveling from Valencia to Ibiza by ferry
There are 1-2 daily ferry crossings from Valencia to Ibiza, serviced by Baleària and Trasmediterránea. Check our summary with the latest data for ferries.
Ferry schedules from Valencia to Ibiza*
Is there a ferry from Valencia to Ibiza?
The Valencia to Ibiza itinerary is available daily with 10 weekly crossings on average. The route is in operation throughout the year, serviced by Trasmediterránea and Baleària. On our fare search engine, you can compare information and check real-time data.
How long is the ferry ride from Valencia to Ibiza?
The duration of the Valencia - Ibiza ferry crossing is 5h 45min on average. The trip duration varies mainly depending on whether you travel by highspeed or conventional vessel.
How much is the ferry from Valencia to Ibiza?
The price for a ferry ticket from Valencia to Ibiza is an average of €77. If you choose the conventional ferry, the ticket price starts at €45, while the highspeed vessel is €110 on average. Prices get higher or lower depending on discounts, offers, seat type, or cabin selection.
What’s the ferry schedule from Valencia to Ibiza?
There are 7-14 weekly ferry routes from Valencia to the island of Ibiza during the summer. The earliest ferry usually leaves at 17:00 and the latest scheduled trip is at 23:59. Ferries from Valencia travel to the port of Ibiza Town.
What’s the distance between Valencia and Ibiza?
The distance between Valencia and Ibiza is around 87 nautical miles (162 km).
Am I allowed to travel from Valencia to Ibiza?
At the moment, it is only possible to travel to Ibiza from the port of Valencia for non-holiday reasons. The autonomous community of Valencia is under perimetral confinement. For the latest information on COVID-19 and traveling by ferry, visit our relevant FaQ section.
Where can I book ferry tickets from Valencia to Ibiza?
On ferryhopper.com you can easily book ferry tickets to Ibiza and the Balearic Islands from Valencia. Find information about available itineraries from the port of Valencia on Ferryhopper’s Map of ferries, compare ferry companies and fares, and plan your trip.
The bohemian beach of Cala d’Hort in Ibiza, perfect for relaxing summer moments.
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Valencia to Ibiza
- The port of Valencia can get quite busy in peak season. For that reason, Ferryhopper suggests that you get to the port 1h 30min before departure, especially if you are traveling with a vehicle.
- Ibiza is one of the most sought-after destinations in the Mediterranean. This means getting around the island by your own vehicle is much cheaper than taking a taxi. If you’re not traveling with a vehicle, you can rent one on the island or catch a local bus.
- The main port of Ibiza is in Ibiza Town, the island’s capital. There is a second port in San Antonio on the midwestern part of the island.
- Plan your island hopping in the Balearics with Ferryhopper! You can regularly catch the ferry from Ibiza to Formentera and Mallorca.
- See all 2021 ferry schedules for Spain and plan your ferry trip down to the tiniest detail!