Traveling from Valencia to Mallorca by ferry
There are 2 daily ferry crossings from Valencia to Mallorca and the journey lasts from 7 hrs to 9,5 hrs. Read our ferry guide with the latest information on this route.
Ferry schedules from Valencia to Mallorca*
Is there a ferry from Valencia to Mallorca?
There are at least 2 daily ferry routes from Valencia to Mallorca. The ferry companies that normally operate on this route are Baleària and Trasmediterránea.
Please note that ferry timetables are subject to change depending on the season. You can check real-time schedules and ferry ticket prices for the Valencia - Mallorca crossing on Ferryhopper.
How long is the ferry ride from Valencia to Mallorca?
The ferry crossing from Valencia to Mallorca can be from 7 hrs to 9,5 hrs. The trip duration depends on the type of ferry and its itinerary.
Is there a high-speed ferry from Valencia to Mallorca?
The route Valencia - Mallorca is mainly operated by standard ferries that have bed cabins as well as a garage for the transfer of vehicles. The fastest ferry to Mallorca takes about 7 hrs to reach the island.
How much is the ferry from Valencia to Mallorca?
The cost of a ferry ticket from Valencia to Mallorca ranges between €48 to €60. The ticket price can be higher or lower depending on available discounts as well as vehicle and seat selection.
What’s the ferry schedule from Valencia to Mallorca?
There are around 20 weekly ferry routes from the port of Valencia to the port of Palma in Mallorca. Usually, the ferry frequency increases during the summer with up to 3 ferry crossings per day.
The earliest ferry usually departs at 19.30 and arrives in Mallorca at 04.30. The latest departure from Valencia is around 23:00 and the ferry arrives at 06.40.
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, restrictions might apply to ferry travel from Valencia to Mallorca and the Balearic islands. Travel within the autonomous community of Valencia is permitted, however, you need a negative PCR test to travel by ferry from mainland Spain to the Balearic Islands. Bear in mind that travel guidelines may change, so make sure you check with the ferry company for the latest information.
Where can I book cheap ferry tickets from Valencia to Mallorca?
You can book cheap ferry tickets from Valencia to Mallorca online on Ferryhopper.On our Map of ferries, you can find available ferry connections, compare ferry companies and fares, and book your ferry trip to Mallorca in just 4 clicks.
Cactus on a balcony in the alleys of Palma de Mallorca.
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Valencia to Mallorca
- We recommend that you arrive at the port of Valencia at least 1,5 hrs before departure. The port can get quite busy, especially in the high season.
- The best way to get around Mallorca is by car. You can bring your own vehicle or rent one on the island. There is also an extended bus network on the island.
- The port of Palma de Mallorca is about 15 min walk from the Cathedral - Basilica de Santa Maria de Mallorca, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture.
- Mallorca is known for its amazing beaches, secluded coves, beautiful architecture and top-notch dining options. From its ports, you can also easily travel to Ibiza and Menorca.
- Check our Mallorca travel guide for useful information and tips about the island.
Where to take the ferry from Valencia to Mallorca
The port of Valencia is located about 25 min drive from the center of the city. It's easily accessible by public transport, taxi or your own vehicle. There is also a shuttle bus that transfers passengers to the port terminals.
The ferry routes from the port of Valencia travel to the port of Palma in Mallorca.
Can I travel on the ferry from Valencia to Mallorca with a car?
Yes, you can travel with a vehicle in all of the ferries from Valencia to Mallorca.
Each ferry company has its own baggage allowance policy. In Balearia ferries you can 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. 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 that travel to Mallorca from Valencia have cabins as well as numbered seats for a more comfortable trip.