Ferry from Alcudia to Toulon

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Discover the ease of traveling with a ferry from Alcudia to Toulon. Enjoy stunning views and various onboard facilities. Book your ferry tickets today!

There is a ferry service that runs between Alcudia, Mallorca and Toulon, France. Here's how you can book your ferry tickets from Alcudia to Toulon:

Choose a ferry company & reserve your ticket

Corsica Ferries is, currently, the only carrier that serves this route.

Here are a few things to consider while reserving your ticket:

  • Ferries connecting Alcudia and Toulon normally leave twice every week
  • The travel takes around 12 to 17 hours
  • Accommodation options on board include deck seats, reclining seats and cabins with or without windows
  • If you are traveling by car, you must reserve a vehicle passage in advance because the garage's capacity is limited

Get to the harbor of Alcudia

The port of Alcudia is located in the northeast of Mallorca. You may reach there via bus or taxi. For more detailed information, please visit our Alcudia page.

Check in for your ferry

Check-in for your ferry usually opens 2 hours before departure. You must produce your passport and ferry ticket at check-in.

Board the ferry & enjoy your adventure

After you check in, you will be allowed to board the ship. There are several facilities on board the ship to keep you engaged during your passage, including restaurants, bars, stores and a swimming pool.

Arrive at Toulon & disembark

If you are not going within the Schengen Area, you will need to disembark and clear customs when the ship arrives in Toulon.

How to go from the Toulon port to your destination

Toulon port is located in the south of France. From the dock, you may take a bus, cab, or train to your destination. Click on our Toulon page for further information regarding your transportation alternatives in the city.

You can also click on Alcudia in order to get details about how to reach the port area.

What is the distance between Alcudia & Toulon?

The distance between the two ports is around 232 nautical miles (430 kilometers).

What is the ferry duration from Alcudia to Toulon?

The duration of the journey varies, ranging from 12 to 19 hours, depending on the ferry company, vessel and weather conditions.

About Alcudia & Toulon

Alcudia, a port town situated on the northeastern coast of Mallorca, Spain, is a popular vacation destination known for its rich history, beautiful beaches, and charming atmosphere. Here are some of its highlights:

  • Alcudia Old Town: Explore the quaint and ancient Alcudia Old Town, which is a maze of small cobblestone alleyways packed with traditional residences, shops, and restaurants. The town is encircled by well-preserved medieval walls, which you may stroll around to enjoy panoramic views of the town and sea
  • Platja d'Alcudia: Relax on the long and picturesque Platja d'Alcudia, a stunning beach with fine white sand and shallow blue seas. Ideal for swimming, sunbathing and watersports
  • Port d'Alcúdia: Explore Port d'Alcúdia, a bustling harbor with restaurants, bars, and cafés giving breathtaking views of the boats and water
  • Alcudia Market: Immerse yourself in local culture at the historic Alcudia Market, which is held every Tuesday and Thursday morning. Browse the many vendors providing fresh vegetables, local crafts, souvenirs, and apparel
  • S'Albufera Natural Park: Explore the Albufera Natural Park, an area known for its birdlife, hiking and biking trails, as well as traditional Mallorcan windmills

Toulon, a port city situated on the French Riviera, is known for its beautiful harbor and rich history. Here are some of its highlights:

  • Toulon Harbor: Explore the spectacular Toulon Harbor, one of the greatest military ports in the Mediterranean. Take a boat trip from the port to admire the battleships, historical buildings and the surrounding mountains
  • Toulon Cathedral: Visit the Toulon Cathedral, a stunning Roman Catholic church with Gothic architecture
  • Toulon Opera House: Enjoy a performance at the Toulon Opera House, a beautiful 19th-century theater with a grand auditorium and impressive facade
  • Mont Faron: Take a cable car up to Mont Faron for panoramic views of the city, the harbor and the Mediterranean Sea. There are also hiking trails, a fort and a zoo at the top
  • Provence: Explore the stunning region of Provence, known for its lavender fields, charming villages and delicious food and wine. Toulon is a great base for exploring this beautiful part of France
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