Book a spot on the ferry from Barcelona to the most important destinations in the Mediterranean such as Palma de Mallorca, Tanger, Ibiza and many other harbours - both passenger ferry and car ferry.
You can easily book ferries from Barcelona and other ports across Europe and get online rates and availability.
Transport of pets on the ship: You can book the transport of pets, provided the shipping company allows it. A dog must necessarily be in a transport box on deck, on some ferries you can carry your dog on deck (with leash and muzzle). Under no circumstances may animals be left in the vehicle or taken into the cabin.
Barcelona is an important ferry port for routes to Mallorca (Palma and lcudia), Genoa, Ibiza and Morocco (Tanger Med). The ferry landing stages are in the immediate vicinity of the city center; the harbor starts right at the end of the Rambla (Columbus Monument).
There are two jetties for car ferries: Terminal Z (Drassanes) on the north side of the Moll de Barcelona. The ramp is located where the pier meets the mainland. The T (Moll de Sant Bertràn) terminal is located just on the other side of the Moll de Barcelona. The Columbus Monument is about 500 meters on foot.
From Barcelona ferries leave to different destinations in the Mediterranean. Some lines run in the low season with a limited timetable.
The ferry port of Barcelona is right in front of the old town and is quite easy to reach by car or on foot.
If you are arriving by plane and want to catch a ferry, take the blue Aerobús or bus 46 to Plaça Espanya (see Arriving by Plane). From there, take the underground and take the line L3 in the direction of Trinitat Nova to the station Drassanes. From there it is about 100 meters to the Columbus Column.
To the terminals N, E, S it is from the Columbus Column about 600 meters on foot. The ferry terminals T and Z are around 400 and 500 meters respectively. If you have a lot of luggage, you can just take a taxi that you can wave around everywhere.
If you travel via Reus or Girona airports, follow the instructions on the pages "Getting to Girona Airport" or "Getting to Reus Airport". Arriving via Girona, take the metro and change at Plaça Catalunya onto the L3 towards Zona Universitària. Get off at Drassanes station and continue as described above. Travelers via Reus Airport change at the Sants Estació central station to the L3 metro; then get off at the station Drassanes.
Or you can also book a private transfer to get comfortably to the harbor or city.
The access by car to the ferry terminal and the departure areas of the ships to the various destinations is well signposted. Whether coming from the north, west or east, be sure to head for the B10, the Ronda del Litoral. This leads past the beach directly at the ferry port. At the Plaça de les Drassanes is the Moll de Barcelona, ââwhere most ferries leave.
From the north, take the A-2 motorway from the city limits into the B-10. From the west it is the C-32 that crosses the A2 / B-10 on the outskirts. Coming from the east, take the C-32 - which then turns into the C-31 or B-20 in the city area. Take the C-31, which later crosses the B-10. If you have accidentally taken the B-20, that's no problem: it also crosses the B-10.
As complicated as the directions may sound: you just have to drive along the coastal road until you see the ferries and then follow the signs. Information on how to get there can also be found on your tickets.
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