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With Ferrysavers you can easily book ferries. You can find a cheap Trasmediterranea ferry to Spain, the Balaeric Islands, the Canary Islands and Morocco, including ferries to Barcelona, Palma, Ibiza, Alcudia, Ciutadella, and a regular ferry to Malaga.
With Ferrysavers you can securely book a Trasmediterranea ferry by specific route, or compare the cheapest prices by operator, route and time using our real-time price comparison engine. This page can help you find information on Trasmediterranea ferry crossings, including the latest destinations and cheapest fares.
- Trasmediterranea ferries travel from both Barcelona and Valencia (Spain) to the Balearic ports of Palma (Mallorca), Ibiza and to the port of Mahon. Trasmediterranea also has cheap ferries from Valencia to San Antonio in Ibiza
- From both the islands of Ibiza and Mahon to Palma
- Cadiz (Spain) to the Canary Island ports of Arrecife, Las Palmas, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Santa Cruz de la Palma. As well as between these Canary Island ports, and from Puerto del Rosario on Fuerteventura to Cadiz and Arrecife, and from both Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Las Palmas to Puerto Rosario (one way services)
- Algeciras in southern Spain to the Spanish enclave of Ceuta and from both Algerciras and Barcelona to the Tanger Med port (45km from Tangier itself) in Morocco (through their subsidiary Ferrimaroc)
- Malaga in Andalucía, southern Spain to the Spanish enclave of Meillila
- and Almeria in southern Spain to Ghazaouet in Morocco and Nador and Oran in Algeria, as well as Alicante in eastern Spain to Oran
About Trasmediterranea Ferries
Trasmediterranea Ferries(Trasmediterranea = 'cross-Mediterranean') is a leading Spanish ferry company, established in 1917, that operates passengers and cargo routes between the Spanish peninsula, the Canary Islands, the Balearic Islands, the Spanish enclaves and Algeria and Morocco in northern Africa.
Trasmediterranea is regarded as having one of the fastest, most modern and best equipped fleets in the Mediterranean, with catamarans, fast-ferries, super-ferries and cargo ships. These ships take advantage of the latest technological advances in security and onboard services to ensure passengers really enjoy the crossing as part of their holiday. Onboard there's plenty to keep you comfortable and entertained during your ferry crossing; fully furnished cabins, swimming pools, bars, restaurants, cinemas and TV rooms, discos, and casinos can be found amongst the fleet.
Pets on board Trasmediterranea ferries
You can book your cat or dog on board of Trasmediterranea ferry with Ferrysavers. Trasmediterranea provide on board accomodation for pets on their ships where pets must reside. This does not apply to guide dogs.
Note that to take your pet to and from the UK to mainland Europe (excluding Ireland) you will need a pet passport.
17 June 2019Excellent journey
Valencia to Ibiza with Trasmediterranea
It was perfect experience
Review by Anonymous, With Friends.
17 June 2019Canary Island hopping
Arrecife to Sta Cruz de la Palma with Trasmediterranea
2 days at sea. Lanzarote-Gran Canaria -Tenerife-La Palma. Nice, friendly crew onboard. New ship on the route, I liked the old one better! A bit more luxurious! Classic-cargo-cruise with very stylish, modern interior!
Review by FRANK PRIEBITZ, Group.
30 May 2019Traveller
Palma Mallorca to Barcellona with Trasmediterranea
Excellent service , value for money
Review by IAN SPENCER, Solo Traveller.
13 May 2019Barcelona - Palma- Barcelona
Barcelona to Palma with Trasmediterranea
Unfortunately there were no cabins available but as it's only a short overnight that was easily coped with by using a sleeping bag and finding a place to sleep. The bad point is that the vessel was hardly adequate for an overnight crossing. The male toilets (only two of them) were totally overused and became disgusting. There was no soap and no hot water, really not good enough. On the day journey I asked about this and the receptionist made calls but nothing was done. However, the crew and catering staff were thoroughly efficient and friendly.
Review by CHARLES MOORE, Solo Traveller.
27 April 2019Eccelente
Ibiza to Gandia with Trasmediterranea
Todo corecto ! Gracias !
Review by Anonymous, With Friends.
Trasmediterranea Ferries Ports
- Ferries to Algeciras
- Ferries to Almeria
- Ferries to Barcelona
- Ferries to Cadiz
- Ferries to Ceuta
- Ferries to Denia
- Ferries to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria