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Book a Balearia Ferry online with Any Ferries.co.uk. The ferry operator Balearia acts as a bridge between the Balearic Islands and mainland Spain. Balearia opened new ferry routes and incorporated new ferries until attaining its current position as the only ferry operator which joins all four Balearic Islands (Ibiza, Formentera, Minorca and Majorca) with mainland Spain. Balearia provides daily ferry crossings between all the Balearic Islands to meet both tourist requirements and the needs of the island residents. Thanks to Balearia the island residents now see the ferry as a a comfortable, reliable and competitive means of transport, both for travelling between the Balearic Islands and for trips to mainland Spain.
Balearia Ferry run ferry services between the ferry ports of Barcelona and Denia in Spain and the Balearic Islands ferry ports of Ibiza, Formentera, Alcudia, Ciutadella, San Antonio and Palma.
Balearia Ferry also run a route from the ferry port of Tanger in Morocco to Algeciras in Spain.
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About Balearia Ferry
Set up by a group of former executives, captains and officers of the shipping company Flebasa, Eurolinies Maritimes commenced operations under the brand Balearia in July 1998. The new ferry operator Balearia immediately prepared a plan of action for the expansion and modernization of the fleet, which included the acquisition of new ships. All Balearia personnel are committed to provide quality service, reflected today in high levels of security, service and customer care.
Initially, Balearia operated the Denia-Ibiza-Palma routes (ferry services), Ibiza-Formentera (ferry services and high-speed vessels), Ibiza-Palma (ferry services) and Denia-Ibiza (ferry and Ro-Ro services). Those routes were completed with the Valencia-Palma route (Ro-Ro cargo traffic) which was inaugurated in June 2000. The most recent route to be added was between Alcudia and Mahon, which Balearia has operated since July 2002. The inclusion - in June 2001- of Federico Garcia Lorca, a super fast high-speed ferry that operates the Denia-Ibiza-Palma route and also performs direct services Denia-Palma, has meant a complete change in communications both between and within the Balearic Islands.
Balearia still aims at expansion and growth, and is working on future projects such as the incorporation of new lines and the enlargement of its fleet. In October 2002, Balearia launched the super fast high-speed ferry Ramon Llull, built at the shipyard Rodriquez, which will be operational from June 2003.
Furthermore, at the beginning of year 2003 Balearia created the Nautas Al-Maghreb company, which start on april a new maritime route Tangier-Algeciras operated by a super fast ferry. Its features will enable it to do the crossing in less than one hour, and has required the addition of the super fast ferry Al-Sabini to Balearia's fleet.
The quality, frequency, and competitiveness of the services of Balearia over the routes it manages have allowed this shipping company to position itself as a leader in the traffic within the islands - both in terms of passenger volume and sales- and as the absolute leader in the Balearic Islands by passenger volume.