Traveling from Valencia to Mallorca by ferry
There are more than 2 daily ferry crossings from Valencia to Mallorca, normally serviced by Baleària and Trasmediterránea. The crossing duration is around 7h 45min. Read our ferry guide with the latest information for this route.
Ferry schedules from Valencia to Mallorca*
Is there a ferry from Valencia to Mallorca?
You can travel daily by ferry from Valencia to Mallorca with Baleària and Trasmediterránea. Normally, there are around 17 weekly crossings to Mallorca. Compare data and check real-time info on our fare search engine.
How long is the ferry ride from Valencia to Mallorca?
The ferry crossing from Valencia to Mallorca is 7h 45min on average. The duration of the route varies mainly depending on the type of vessel.
How much is the ferry from Valencia to Mallorca?
Tickets for the ferry route from Valencia to Mallorca are around €59. The price gets higher or lower according to vessel type, discounts, offers, seat type, or cabin selection.
What’s the ferry schedule from Valencia to Mallorca?
Normally, there are around 17 weekly ferry routes from Valencia to the port of Palma in Mallorca. The earliest ferry usually departs at 17:00 and the latest scheduled trip is at 23:00. You can expect to arrive in Mallorca in the early morning hours.
What’s the distance between Valencia and Mallorca?
The distance between Valencia and Mallorca is approximately 137 nautical miles (254 km).
Am I allowed to travel from Valencia to Mallorca?
At the moment, it is only possible to travel from Valencia to Mallorca and the Balearic Islands 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 Mallorca?
On Ferryhopper you can easily book ferry tickets from Valencia to Mallorca. Find information about available itineraries on Ferryhopper’s Map of ferries, compare ferry companies and fares, and plan your trip.
Cactus on a balcony in the quaint alleys of Palma de Mallorca.
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Valencia to Mallorca
- Consider arriving at the port of Valencia at least 1h 30min before departure. The port gets quite busy in peak season, as it’s popular with travelers.
- From the two ports of Mallorca (or Majorca), you can easily travel to the rest of the Balearic Islands. Plan your island-hopping experience in advance, to make the most of your trip to Mallorca.
- The best way to get around Mallorca is by car. You can bring your own vehicle or rent one on the island. There also buses and taxis available for your trips and excursions.
- If you’re planning to travel with your vehicle on board, make sure to book your tickets as early as possible, as garage space is limited.
- Mallorca is known for its amazing beaches, secluded coves, beautiful architecture and top-notch dining options. The Balearic island is one of the top destinations in the Mediterranean Sea.