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Most popular questions

  • How long is the ferry from Palma to Ibiza?

    The ferry crossing time from Palma to Ibiza is approximately 3h 18m. Sailing durations may vary from season to season and by operator so we’d advise doing a live check.

  • How much is the ferry from Palma to Ibiza?

    Palma to Ibiza ferry price can differ depending on the season. The average price of a ferry from Palma to Ibiza is $168.

  • Which ferry companies operate between Palma to Ibiza?

    There are 4 popular ferry operators for Palma to Ibiza. These are

    • Balearia
    • Trasmediterranea
    • Grandi Navi Veloci
    • Trasmed GLE
  • How can I book ferry tickets from Palma to Ibiza?

    Book ferries from Palma to Ibiza through our deal finder and check our offers page to view the latest ferry offers.

  • Can you travel as a foot passenger on the ferry from Palma to Ibiza?

    Yes, you can travel as a foot passenger from Palma to Ibiza with

    • Balearia
    • Trasmediterranea
    • Grandi Navi Veloci
    • Trasmed GLE
  • Can you take your car on the ferry from Palma to Ibiza?

    Yes, you can travel with a vehicle from Palma to Ibiza with

    • Balearia
    • Trasmediterranea
    • Grandi Navi Veloci
    • Trasmed GLE
  • Can you bring pets on the ferry from Palma to Ibiza?

    Yes, pets are permitted onboard the ferry. You may need a pet passport. Please read the ferry operators pet guidelines. Currently you can bring pets on ferries with

    • Balearia
    • Trasmediterranea
  • What is the distance from Palma to Ibiza?

    The distance between Palma to Ibiza is approximately 81 nautical Miles.

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Journey Information

There is one daily ferry from Palma to Ibiza. Traveling by ferry from Palma to Ibiza usually takes 2 hours and 15 minutes, but some ferries might arrive slightly earlier or later than scheduled.

Distance 80 mi (129 km)
Shortest duration 2h 15m
Cheapest price $90.07
Trips per day 1
Most frequent service Baleària
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What ferry companies travel from Palma to Ibiza?

There is one ferry company that operates from Palma to Ibiza. Baleària is the only company to provide ferry transportation at the moment. It only operates one ferry trip per day, which really narrows down the options.

Ferry Daily Trips Avg. Time Avg. Price
Baleària 1 2h 15m $90.07
  • Book Baleària from Palma to Ibiza Town from $90. Typically there is one Baleària schedule per day from Palma to Ibiza and you can expect on average to pay for a Baleària ticket to Ibiza Town. In Palma, Baleària departs to Ibiza Town from Ferry Terminal . In Ibiza Town, Baleària arrives at Port Ibiza Town .

    An average trip on Baleària from Palma to Ibiza Town takes 2 hours and 15 minutes .

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The ferry usually takes around 2 hours and 15 minutes to cover the 80 miles (129 kilometers) from Palma to Ibiza Town. It’s the perfect amount of time to take a nap, get some work done, or watch a movie.

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The busiest day of the week to travel by ferry from Palma to Ibiza is on Thursday. If you are planning to travel on a Thursday, you should make sure to book tickets well in advance as they may sell out. On the other hand, Thursday is typically when ferries are least crowded. If you’re looking for a little extra space, taking a ferry on Thursday is the way to go.

There is usually only one ferry per day from Palma to Ibiza. Therefore, the 8:00am ferry is both the earliest and latest ferry.

There is usually only one ferry per day from Palma to Ibiza. Fortunately, this happens to be a direct ferry, meaning that you do not have to get on a different ferry at any point during your trip.

Where does the ferry leave from in Palma?

Main departure station: Ferry Terminal

Most ferries depart from the main station in Palma.

All ferry stations in Palma:
  • Ferry Terminal

Where does the ferry arrive in Ibiza?

Main arrival station: Port Ibiza Town

All ferries from Palma arrive at one main station in Ibiza Town.

All ferry stations in Ibiza:
  • Port Ibiza Town

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Cruise Ibiza – Mallorca – Ibiza

Cruise on a sailing catamaran in the Balearic Islands starting in Ibiza. The program includes swimming in the clear waters of the Balearic Sea, visiting the main attractions and interesting places at stops, fishing and of course the nightclubs of Ibiza and the legendary Cafe Del Mar.

9009 9002 9002 009 Cruise program:

1 day.
Meet at the marina of Ibiza at 18:00, check in on the yacht, buy food and go to dinner in the city.
2nd day.
In the morning we go to Mallorca, spend the whole day at sea, fishing. In the evening we arrive in Mallorca, in the main port of Palma de Mallorca. In the evening we walk around the city and have dinner in a restaurant.
3rd day.
Today we discover Mallorca – we rent a car and go to explore the island. We will visit the pretty town in the mountains of Valldemossa, where Chopin lived with Dord Sand. We will stop at the port of Soller, where we will walk along the promenade and have lunch at one of the local restaurants. In the capital of the island of Palma, we will definitely go to the Gothic Cathedral of Santa Maria. The cathedral impresses with its majestic size and beauty. The beginning of construction began in the distant 1240, and part of the work at the beginning of the 20th century was carried out by Antonio Gaudi.
4th day.
Today we will sail to the Cabrera archipelago, where we will spend the night at anchor. Cabrera is a chain of islands in a land-marine national park, with an abundance of marine life and is also known for its many bird species. If we are lucky, we will see whales and dolphins. It is here that the famous Dragon Caves with an underground lake, stalagmites and stalactites are located. Here we will visit the Cabrera castle of the same name on the mountain.

Day 5.
We leave for Ibiza, a day at sea. In the evening we go to the club and join the modern electronic music. DJ performances are accompanied by colorful light and visual shows.
6th day.
Today we will visit the old town and the castle of Ibiza, which offers a beautiful view of the harbor. In the evening we go to the legendary Cafe Del Mar, order cocktails and admire the sunset to the relaxing melodies of chill out.
7th day.
We go to the neighboring island of Formentera to take a break from the party Ibiza and relax on a snow-white beach and swim in crystal clear azure water. Night at anchor.
Day 8.
In the morning we return to Ibiza, leave the yacht and return to our homeland.

Included in the price:

  • Double cabin
  • Russian-speaking skipper on board
  • Fuel
  • Bed linen and towels
  • Cleaning of the yacht at the end of the cruise
  • motor

Additional charge:

  • Air travel
  • Marinas
  • Transfers and taxis
  • Meals, including for the captain

Cruise catamaran:

Lagoon 450 is a spacious and comfortable catamaran with a large cockpit and spacious cabins. There are 4 double cabins and 4 toilets with shower on board. The catamaran is equipped with everything necessary for a trip: air conditioning, a generator, a functional kitchen, refrigerators, a music center, WiFi. There will be masks and fins for snorkeling on the boat.

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Yacht charter in Mallorca and Ibiza (Balearic Islands)

Balearic Islands

The forerunners of modern tourists appeared here in the 19th century, when famous travelers such as George Sand, Chopin and Grand Duke Louis of Austria visited the Balearic Islands with their literary works promoted the beauties of the island.

The Balearic archipelago is located in the western part of the Mediterranean Sea at approximately equal distance from the Iberian Peninsula (Italy), southern France and northern Africa. Today it is a major center of tourism, the main one in the entire Western Mediterranean.

The Balearic Islands have a temperate Mediterranean climate, but with insular features (high humidity and increased temperature differences between the seasons). The average air temperature in spring is +20°С, in summer +27°С, in autumn +21°С, in winter +15°С. The sea breeze, here called Embat, blows constantly from May to September, and evens out the summer heat.

The island has the highest standard of living in all of Spain, expressed primarily in housing prices and “local” goods. As for goods and services for tourists, they cost the same here as in Barcelona.

Boats run between the islands of the archipelago (ticket price 15-30 EUR), a ferry departs from Barcelona (seat price 45 EUR). Ordinary tourists visiting the Balearic Islands travel by bus or rented car. For us, yachtsmen, there is no need to move by land, our “hotel” goes by itself. The sailing program can be adjusted right on the spot, but the main points should be outlined immediately


Mallorca is the largest island in the Balearic Islands archipelago. The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range crosses the island of Mallorca from the southwest to the northeast, stretching along the west coast from the town of Andratx to Cape Formentor. The northwest coast of the island of Mallorca is rocky cliffs and narrow coves. The southwest coast is all made up of white sand beaches and cozy coves. Due to its favorable location in the center of the Mediterranean Sea, Mallorca has a mild climate that resembles the Crimean one: there is no sweltering heat and high humidity. The image format may not be supported by the browser.

In the old days, when the Barbary pirates plied the waters of the Mediterranean, the inhabitants of the island of Majorca preferred to settle in a safe distance from the marinas. Today, the opposite is true – the closer to the pier (and, therefore, to the flow of tourists), the better for the town or village. But even now, a trip deep into the western part of the island of Mallorca will give the tourist a lot of impressions. The village of Valldemosa, high above the sea, on a mountain slope at a bend in the road, impresses with its towers and palaces, framed by luxurious Mediterranean vegetation. To the north is Deia, whose houses, clinging to the slopes of the hills, are interspersed like a mosaic among palms and cypresses. Deia is considered the unofficial capital of the island: it is here that the local artistic elite moves for the summer and many show business stars come to rest.

Cala de Or – the southeast coast of the island, 65 km from Palma. A small town with white houses, clean streets. Every 15 minutes a bus leaves the town to Cala Mondrago. In Cala de Or itself, there are many shops, bars, restaurants, three small discos, a bicycle rental, a tennis court, a riding club, and a large children’s playground. Special trailers ride tourists around the city and its environs.

Puerto Polensa, another tourist area on the island is located in the northeast, next to the large bays of Alcudia and Polensa. Artists and artists love to relax here, and the local port, where rich tourists from all over the world arrive, has become one of the most cosmopolitan points of the island. San Vicens Bay and the Formentor Peninsula are places that in English-language tourist brochures are certainly accompanied by the epithet “must-see”.

Alcudia is a tourist center on the northeast coast. The ancient city walls, the ancient Roman city of Pollentia and the well-preserved amphitheater attract tourists here. This resort is home to the Albufera Natural Park.

Ibiza Island

Ibiza is the third largest island in the Balearic archipelago after Mallorca and Menorca (length 40 km, width 20 km, area 572 sq. km). Ibiza has become a symbol of the summer fever for thousands of tourists from all over the globe rushing to her to fill all 210 km of its coast with bays, small bays and pine forests.

Ibiza is called the “pearl” of the Balearic archipelago. On this rocky island, where the soil is poor and stony, from time immemorial the smallest piece of fertile land has been used, arranging terraces in hollows on the slopes of hills, steeps overhanging streams. From a bird’s eye view, it seems that the entire island of Ibiza is lined with lines of low stone walls. By folding them, the inhabitants of Ibiza achieved two goals at once: they cleared the land of stones and protected it from weathering. No less original are the traditional houses of the Ibisians – “Finnish”, with flat roofs, narrow windows in thick walls, balconies, balustrades and rectangular ledges. In summer, they keep cool well, and in winter they protect from the wind blowing from the sea.

Until the 18th century, pagan traditions were strong on the island of Ibiza. In an attempt to eradicate them, the Catholic Church resettled the inhabitants of Ibiza, whose “Fincas” were scattered throughout the island, in parishes based around new churches. Therefore, most of the villages here bear the names of saints – the patrons of parishes. South of Ibiza is Fermentera Island. His “calling card” – houses with blue shutters, elegant white wells. Like Ibiza, this island has long remained pagan. In the 7th century BC, Ibiza and Fermentera, strategic points on the Mediterranean sea routes, were conquered by the Phoenicians. It was they who gave them the name Pitiuses – islands overgrown with pines. Today, more than three thousand years later, the hillsides are still covered with evergreen trees. Residents of Ibiza and Fermenters understand that their future directly depends on the conservation of nature, which attracts tourists here.

History of the island of Ibiza

In the late 1960s, Ibiza became famous because of the “hippies” who turned it into a counterculture center. Since then, the city has not taken off its festive outfits. The nightlife of the Ibiza resort deserves special mention. The fame of the local discos spread all over the world. For European youth, Ibiza is the most party place on earth and many come here for the weekend to “break away” in full.

Ibiza has a mild Mediterranean climate: in winter the average temperature is +18 degrees. In summer it is cooler than on the mainland: +28 degrees. The active season falls on May – October, but in other months tourists visit the island.

There are two main hangout centers on the island: the island’s capital city of Ibiza and San Antonio – a youth center where mostly English youth lives, but there are also Germans, French, Spaniards, and somewhat less often Russians.

To feel normal on the beach, you need to have at least 100 EUR in your pocket for the evening. Entrance to the club costs 20-30 EUR, drinks – 8-10 EUR. To go to Ibiza as an ordinary tourist for a week, you need to spend at least 700 EUR on a flight and a hotel (modest and on the outskirts). Rent an inexpensive car for a week – about 250 EUR.

In August the island is full of pandemonium, hot weather, obscene prices and long queues to clubs. To avoid this, it is better to go to the island in the second half of June, in July or in September. There is no less fun there at this time, but there is no August madness. Flyers are a good way to save money on entering the club. They usually guarantee discounts of around 6 EUR plus one free drink. It also makes sense to buy tickets to clubs in advance: it will be cheaper and you will be able to avoid the queue at the entrance.

Main holiday destinations in Ibiza: Portinatx, Santa Eulalia des Riu, Talamanca, Platja d’En Bossa, San Antonio (San Antonio, San Miguel.

There are three main starting points for a charter in the Balearic Islands.

Firstly, this is the most comfortable and easiest option – Palma de Mallorca, Mallorca island . You can get there by plane, and from the airport by taxi or by rented car you can get to the port, to the yacht. The campaign in this case will begin immediately after the acceptance of the yacht and its bunkering (loading with food, water and other supplies). A weekly sailing itinerary may include a trip around Mallorca or a trip to Ibiza, Formentera and back. A two-week hike starting from Palma can be made more diverse by visiting both Minorca and Ibiza. However, if there are lovers of leisurely swimming in the team, then on a two-week cruise it is worth limiting yourself to visiting Minorca or building a route to the west, with a trip to Ibiza and Formentera.

The second possible option is starting from Minorca, port of Mahon . This option is preferred by the Spaniards themselves, since Minorca, with its calmness, a small number of visiting tourists and with many secluded coves, looks more attractive to them than the noisy, Europeanized Mallorca. Those who love Minorca will walk around it for a week or two without going to Mallorca. Well, for those who are interested in everything, you need to be patient for transitions to Mallorca and back. The length of their passage from Mahon to Alcudia is 65 miles. It’s 8-10 hours at sea, depending on the wind. You can break it into two passages, spending the night in the port of Cala En Bosc.

And finally the third option – start from mainland Spain . For the starting point choose Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Benidorm, Alicante.

Crossing Barcelona – Mallorca (Puerto de Soller) 95 miles. Crossings from Valencia, Benidorm, Alicante to Ibiza 70 – 90 miles.

Crossings to the Balearic Islands from the mainland should not be planned either at the beginning or at the end of the season, due to the possibility of canceling the transition due to weather.

The weather in the Balearic Islands is generally very seasonal, with long and warm summers and rainy and windy winters.

Cruise dates 008 Spain
Cruise area Balearic Islands
Double cabin

2005€ 010
Catamaran Lagoon 450
Quantity guests 8
Air temperature +25/+28
Experience Not required
Skipper on board Yes