There are 2 ferry routes operating between Ibiza and Formentera offering you combined total of 80 sailings per day. Balearia operates 1 route, Ibiza to Formentera which runs 29 times daily. Trasmapi operates 1 route, Ibiza to Formentera which runs 21 times daily. Aquabus operates 2 routes, Ibiza to Formentera runs 8 times per day & Playa d'en Bossa (Ibiza) to Formentera about 12 times weekly. Mediterranea Pitiusa operates 1 route, Ibiza to Formentera which runs 11 times daily. Trasmapi Car operates 1 route, Ibiza to Formentera which runs 5 times daily. FRS Iberia operates 1 route, Ibiza to Formentera which runs 4 times daily.
As the frequency and duration of crossings on some routes varies we would advise that you do a live search for crossings from Ibiza to Formentera to get the most up to date information.
Ibiza is the third largest Balearic Island in the Mediterranean Sea, approximately 150 kilometres east of Valencia, Spain.
There’s a lot more to Ibiza than just incredible clubs, bars and beachfront parties. This beautiful, pine-clad island offers something for families, couples and those who simply want to relax in one of Spain’s most picturesque destinations.
Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni are a haven for partygoers, which are home to world-beating clubs, whereas the 210-kilometre coastline is blessed with some idyllic coves, hilltop villas and superb restaurants. Water sports are readily available, too, and cycling along the beaches and coastal paths offers a more scenic way of exploring the island.
The island’s ferry terminal, which is called 'Estacion Maritima del Puerto', is in Ibiza Town on the southeast coast. There are multiple sailings every day to Mallorca and Formentera, and there are daily routes to a few cities on the Spanish mainland.
Formentera is the smallest and quietest of the four main Balearic Islands (Ibiza, Menorca and Mallorca), off the east coast of Spain, about 6km south of Ibiza.
With its white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, Formentera is beach lover’s paradise. The climate is typically Mediterranean which means it’s a popular tourist destination between June and September, though less busy and a more relaxed than neighbouring Ibiza.
With no commercial airport on the island, the only way to Formentera is by ferry, either from Ibiza or mainland Spain.
Ibiza is close by and provides year round crossings to La Savina port in the north of Formentera. In peak season, crossings are as frequent as every 30 minutes and are operated by both Balearia and Trasmapi.
If you're travelling from mainland Spain to Formentera, then the best option is to take the direct route from Denia. The crossing is relatively short at around 3 hours and runs between April and September. The alternative option is to travel from the mainland to Ibiza from Barcelona, Valencia or Denia and then pick of the inter-island connection between Ibiza and Formentera.