Ferry from Toulon to Alcudia

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Dreaming of Mallorca? Take a ferry from Toulon to Alcudia for your Spanish holiday. Discover routes, booking tips and onboard amenities for a memorable trip!

There is a direct ferry route that connects Toulon with Alcudia. Here's a general guide on how to book a ferry ticket from Toulon to Alcudia with go-ferry.com:

Make a research

You can easily book your ferry tickets by using our easy-to-use booking platform. Here are some things you have to consider when booking your ferry ticket:

  • Ferry schedules vary depending on the season, so make sure to double check the availability for your preferred travel dates
  • There is a big range of onboard accommodation options. These include cabins, reclining chairs and spacious lounges. Choose what best meets your budget and requirements
  • You can bring your car along but have in mind that there will be an extra cost

Check in & board the ferry

Once you've acquired your ferry ticket, you'll need to check in at the port of Toulon. The check-in process requires that you show your passport and ferry ticket to the ferry company's staff. It is suggested that you check in at least 1.5 hour before your scheduled departure time.

Board the ferry & enjoy the journey

Once you have checked in, you will be directed to board the ferry. The ferry from Toulon to Alcudia is a great way to relax and enjoy the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. There are a variety of amenities onboard the ferry, including restaurants, bars, shops and (sometimes) a swimming pool.

Here are some additional tips for traveling by ferry from Toulon to Alcudia:

  • Bring some snacks and beverages with you, as the food and drinks onboard the ship might be pricey
  • If you are prone to seasickness, make sure to take your prescription before boarding the ship
  • Enjoy your adventure! The boat ride from Toulon to Alcudia is an excellent chance to explore the scenery while relaxing before arriving at your destination

Transportation in Toulon & Alcudia

Please, visit our Toulon and Alcudia destination pages in order to find information about your transportation alternatives. Both towns offer various options , so you do not have to worry about getting around.

What is the Toulon - Alcudia ferry distance?

The distance between the port of Toulon in France and Alcudia in Mallorca is approx. 232 nautical miles (430 kilometers).

What is the ferry duration from Toulon to Alcudia?

The duration of the journey is around 17 hours but have in mind that this can change if weather conditions are bad. It also depends on the vessel and route chosen.

About Toulon & Alcudia

Toulon is a beautiful port city located on the French Riviera. Here are some of its highlights:

  • Toulon Harbour: Toulon's center is its vast harbor, a natural deepwater port that has served as a strategic military bastion for ages. Today, the port still houses a sizable French naval force, but it is also a popular site for strolling, people-watching and admiring the sea views
  • Mount Faron: Take a cable car to Mount Faron for a panoramic view of Toulon and its surroundings. At the summit, there are hiking routes, a fort and a zoo
  • Toulon Cathedral: Toulon Cathedral is a stunning example of Romanesque architecture. Construction began in the 12th century and the cathedral was finished in the 17th. The cathedral has some magnificent works of art, including a pipe organ from the 18th century
  • Toulon Opera House: The Toulon Opera House is a beautiful 19th-century structure that houses the Toulon Opera. The opera house hosts a range of acts throughout the year, including as opera, ballet and classical music concerts
  • Toulon Naval Museum: Toulon Naval Museum is an excellent venue to learn about the French Navy's long and rich history. The museum has a collection of relics, models and paintings that tell the history of the navy from its inception to the present

Alcudia is a beautiful seaside town located on the northern coast of Mallorca, Spain. Here are some of its highlights:

  • Alcudia Port: The heart of Alcudia is its charming port, which is lined with colorful houses and restaurants. The port is a great place to relax and enjoy the sea views
  • Alcudia Old Town is full of classic Mallorcan buildings. The ancient town has several historical attractions, including the city walls, the Church of Sant Jaume and the Pollentia Roman remains
  • Alcudia Beach: This stunning length of white sand is ideal for swimming, sunbathing and windsurfing. The beach is lined by pine trees, which give protection from the sun
  • Cap Formentor: Cap Formentor is a picturesque headland located a short drive from Alcudia. The headland is home to a multitude of hiking paths, as well as a lighthouse with spectacular views of the Mediterranean
  • Pollença: Pollença is a lovely old Mallorcan town. Pollença has several historical landmarks, including a 13th-century church and a Roman bridge. The town is also famous for its Calvari stairs, which lead to a hilltop Calvary with panoramic views of the surrounding area
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