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An easy guide on how to get to Alcudia by ferry, schedules, prices and suggestions for public transportation services. Find all the necessary details for connected routes with and frequency and accommodation categories on the ferry to Alcudia!

HOW TO GET TO ALCUDIA BY FERRY

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In the following paragraphs, we have prepared a small user guide that will provide to passengers useful information on how get to Alcudia by ferry as easily and pleasantly as possible but also to know beforehand the available transportation services offered on the island. Alcudia is the secondary port of the island of Mallorca, on its eastern side, while Palma is the primary one.

There is a choice of regular (conventional) ferries running frequently to/from Alcudia without stopovers along the way. 

Popular routes from/to Alcudia

  • Toulon-Alcudia, at least 3 times per week in high season. Duration around 12 hours
  • Ciutadella (Menorca)-Alcudia, once a week. Duration 2 hours

Timetables were accurate when they were published, but can change without notice.

Notice: Each year and depending on the period, there may be more or fewer connections to and from Alcudia. The biggest carriers (ferry operators) announce their new ferry schedules by the end of December while the rest of them, by January-March each year!

HOW TO BOOK YOUR FERRY TICKET TO ALCUDIA

Book your ticket with the carrier that suits you best and enjoy your sailing on board! The “Easy-Way” booking system of go-Ferry.com, allows the most reliable online ferry reservations and offers flexibility as well as faster services for your ferry tickets to Alcudia.

With go-Ferry.com you are able to connect online with the reservation systems of most shipping companies, compare prices, find information about routes and vessels, look for alternative routes and finally, instantly book your ferry ticket to Alcudia.

Ferry timetables and ferry prices are subject of change every season, so take an optical canvassing via our online search engine to receive the latest results with real-time availability.

Complete the below fields and view the actual prices for the ferry ticket to/from Alcudia!

ACCOMMODATION ON THE FERRY

Book your ideal accommodation on the ferry to Alcudia and arrive fresh and rested at your destination! Comfortable armchairs, business class comfort seats, outside and inside cabins (with or without window) or economy deck chairs. With so many accommodation options, you can be sure that you will find the best deal for the ferry connection at a price that fits your budget!

Notice: We advise you to book your ferry tickets in advance so as to find crossings at your desired dates and more importantly, at the best possible deal!

GROUND SERVICES IN ALCUDIA

In the lines below, you will get information on ground services in Alcudia. Either starting from Palma de Mallorca Airport or from the port of Alcudia, there are various ways to get transferred.

Palma de Mallorca Airport to Alcudia Town

  • Take the A32 bus to the port of Alcudia. The trip takes around 1 hour and 25 minutes. The bus stop is easily found after you exit the arrivals terminals
  • Get in a taxi from the many awaiting or click here to book one online

Transportation services in Alcudia

  • The bus service in Alcudia is well-developed and buses operate frequently, especially in summer. Click here for timetables
  • Taxis are 24/7 on the street but you can always call for a transfer at +24 971 549 870, +34 971 549 766

ABOUT ALCUDIA

Alcudia is a town on Mallorca, in Spain's Balearic Islands. It is located on the northeastern side, opposite to Menorca. It is very famous among tourists, especially to those who travel with their families. Alcudia has a very rich past and holds some interesting and fascinating points of interest. The monumental port of Alcudia is a well-known tourist resort with great waters, many bar-restaurants and accommodations. If you are lucky enough, you …

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