Valencia is the third largest city in Spain, and has good connections with the rest of the country: by road, train, plane, and also by boat. Its port is not only the largest commercial port in Spain, but in the entire Mediterranean, and the fourth in Europe. It is also a very important tourist port. More than a million passengers pass through it every year, between regular lines and cruise ships.
There are currently three companies that provide regular service between Valencia and Palma de Mallorca: Balearia, GNV and Trasmediterránea. All three operate with conventional ferries carrying passengers, goods and cars.
How long does the ferry from Valencia to Mallorca take?
Depending on the boat and the timetable, the journey can take between seven and ten hours. GNV ships usually take seven hours, Balearia ships about seven and a half hours and Trasmediterranea ships between seven and a half and ten hours (to arrive in Palma first thing in the morning, not in the early hours of the morning).
When does the ferry from Valencia to Mallorca depart?
The ferries that make the journey between Valencia and Palma make the crossing at night, sailing between 21:30 and 23:00, depending on the company and the exact day.
What time does the ferry from Valencia to Mallorca arrive?
Depending on the boat, arrival at the port of Palma is between 5am and 8am.
How much does the Valencia to Mallorca ferry cost?
Depending on the timetable and company, we can find tickets from 34€, and up to around 80€ (in seat). In cabin, the price of the ticket ranges between €130 and €215, and can go up to €300 if you choose a business class cabin.
How much does the ferry from Valencia to Mallorca with a car cost?
There is a wide range of prices for transporting a vehicle, as it depends on how many passengers are travelling on the same trip. As a guideline, one passenger and a car costs from €90, but there are often joint offers for several passengers with a car.
Where to catch the ferry from Valencia to Palma
Ferries depart from the port of Valencia, which is very close to the city centre. It is easily accessible by car, taxi and bus.
Next to the access to the maritime terminal there is a bus stop where the EMT lines 4, 30 and 95, and the N8 (night bus) pass.
Each company has its own terminal in the port. It is recommended to be at the maritime station 90 minutes before the departure of the boat.