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Ferries Barcelona

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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The city of Barcelona, located in the beautiful region of Catalonia, benefits from a strategic location overlooking the Balearic Sea and not too far from the Maghreb coast. Since the Middle Ages, the port of Barcelona has played a key role in trade in the Mediterranean, even rivaling the maritime republics of Genoa, Pisa and Venice.

Today Barcelona is a popular tourist destination and one of the most visited cities in Spain and Europe where centuries of history, architectural beauty from various eras, dreamy beaches and a welcoming and lively atmosphere are concentrated in it. 

The port of Barcelona is about twelve kilometers long and is divided into three areas: Port Vell (old port), the commercial port and the logistic port. Two marinas are also part of Barcelona's maritime activity: Port Olímpic and Port Fòrum Sant Adrià, to the north. The port has modern facilities to accommodate numerous cargo ships, cruises and passenger ferries.

The port is served by regular ferry connections to the Balearic Islands by the shipping companies Balearia e Trasmed. The ports on the west coast of Italy, Civitavecchia and Genoa, are connected to the port of Barcelona by the companies Grimaldi Lines and Grandi Navi Veloci.

Porto Torres, in Sardinia, is also a destination reachable via the port of Barcelona with Grimaldi Lines. Barcelona is connected to the Moroccan ports of Nador and Tangier Med by Grimaldi Lines and GNV.

The terminals of the port of Barcelona have multiple services such as luggage lockers, waiting rooms, restaurants, air conditioning and various stores for the purchase of souvenirs/snacks. Parking facilities are also available nearby.

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Barcelona ferries About Barcelona

Barcelona is a multiethnic city which offers to its visitors a magical atmosphere,  ideal destination if you are planning a vacation with nature and beaches, cultural visits or tasting the Catalan gastronomy.

The symbolic monument of the city is the Sagrada Familia, a masterpiece of the architect Antoni Gaudì, a magastic church still unfinished. Climb to the bell tower and admire the spectacular view of the city! 
Gaudí's first work is the Casa Vicens, a treasure of contemporary art and a Unesco World Heritage Site.

Stroll along the most famous street of Barcelona called Rambla, which stretches from Plaza Catalunya to the sea, and enjoy the many street artists. Walking down the Rambla visitors will meet many points of interest such as the Wax Museum,  the Boqueria Market, the Plaça Reial and the Canaletes funtain: legend has it that whoever drinks this water will surely return to Barcelona. 

The city offers many possibilities to its visitors, and many are the typical dishes that are absolutely worth a try such as the famous Paella

How to reach the boardings

Taxi, metropolitana e autobus pubblici collegano regolarmente diverse parti del centro con il porto di Barcellona. L'aeroporto di "Barcelona El Prat" si trova a circa 15 km ed è collegato al centro città.


Address: Avinguda Moll de Barcelona (Terminal F1 Drassanes) 08039

GPS Coordinates: 41°22'24.8"N 2°10'40.8"E

You can reach the Balearia pier by cab or by car via the B-10 Ronda Litoral road. Both the subway stop and the "Drassanes" bus stop are about an 8-minute walk from the ferry terminal.

Grimaldi Lines

Address: Ronda del Port, Muelle de Costa, s/n 08039

GPS Coordinates: 41°21'49.4"N 2°10'23.3"E

You can reach the Grimaldi Pier by cab or by car via the B-10 Ronda Litoral road, exit 21 Ciutat Vella. The nearest bus stop is "Moll Costa," served by lines 88/88B.

Grandi Navi Veloci / Trasmed

Address: Est. Marítima, Muelle de San Beltrán C.P. 08039

GPS Coordinates: 41°22'18.7"N 2°10'35.4"E

You can reach the Trasmed/GNV piers by cab or by car via the B-10 Ronda Litoral. The nearest bus stations are "Moll San Bertran/Moll Barcelona" or "Moll Ponent."

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