Ferry to Ibiza. Balearia launches a new fleet that minimises contaminating the environment.


Are you ready to bring your car to Ibiza? Does your fear of heights prevent you from flying? Choose the most comfortable way to come to the island! If traveling by plane is not your favourite means of transportation, you can come to the white island by sea thanks to the ferry routes to Ibiza from Denia, Alicante, Barcelona and Valencia. On the Baleària website you will find the best prices and timetables so that your trip is fast and comfortable. If you book in advance, you will be able to benefit from exclusive offers.





As well as connections to the peninsula, one of the most travelled routes in the Spanish Mediterranean is the ferry between Ibiza and Formentera. Several companies offer this trip every day, but the Baleària ferries are the ones that take the best care of you and the environment.



Sea contamination causes irreparable damage that can affect one of the Balearic Islands’ most significant attributes: the Posidonia. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999, this aquatic plant that grows in the Mediterranean sea is responsible for turning the waters off the coasts of Ibiza and Formentera an intense turquoise blue. To protect it and promote maximum respect for the sea ecosystem, Balearia has launched a new fleet of ferries, known as ecoboats, propelled by liquefied natural gas and with solar panels that supply most of the electricity needed by the company’s boats that cover the route between Ibiza and Formentera.





Going to Ibiza by ferry is the best option to avoid luggage incidents and, above all, to be able to travel in your own car. We suggest that you visit inland villages such as Santa Gertrudis or Sant Carles, and drive up to the Pirate Tower in Cala d’Hort to see one of the most incredible sunsets in front of the small island of Es Vedrà... With your own car and at your own pace!





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