Ferry from BARCELONA

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Barcelona has sea connections with Civitavecchia, Genoa, Livorno and Savona (Italy) and Porto Torres (Sardinia) and Nador and Tangier Med (Morocco) and Alcudia/Mallorca, Ciutadella/Minorca, Formentera, Ibiza and Palma (Balearic Islands). The sea connections between Barcelona and any other destination are operated by 2 different ship operators - Grandi Navi Veloci and Grimaldi Lines - offering 21 weekly sailings and travel times ranging from 12 hr 15 min to 32 hours (frequent, all day boardings).

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Port of BARCELONA

Barcelona is one of the most important port in Europe for both commercial shipping and tourism and this destination plays host to many tourists from around the world each year. The port of Barcelona is divided into several areas, one of which is intended for embarking and disembarking passengers of ferries and cruise ships. There are 7 terminals with three main positions:

Terminal Adossat Quay: large ships and ferries dock here and this terminal is divided into 4 terminals A, B, C, D. It is two kilometers from Las Ramblas. It can be reached easily by car and if you need to leave your car at the port its best to book and reserve a parking space place in the adjacent parking lots. A bus service to the port area leaves from Plaça de les Drassanes every half an hour.

Terminal World Trade Center: consists of 3 terminals named East, North and South. It is located close enough to Las Ramblas and serves small ferries. Its easy to reach this terminal by car from the center or you can go on foot from the Drassanes metro station.

Maremagenum Port Vell: a terminal used for private or commercial boats. This terminal is in the immediate vicinity of the Columbus Monument, at the end of Las Ramblas.

To reach the port by car from other areas of the country, when you get near to Barcelona, ​​you need to take exit 21 on the "Ronda Litoral" highway. The port is accessible for wheelchair users, all the facilities are equipped with lifts and the shuttle service suitable for wheelchair users.

Address: Moll de Barcelona, 08039 Barcelona, Spagna
Directions: Google Map @ Barcelona, port

FERRY OPERATORS

GRANDI NAVI VELOCI
8 weekly sailings
GRIMALDI LINES
13 weekly sailings

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
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Which ports are connected to BARCELONA?

BARCELONA is connected to Civitavecchia, Genoa, Livorno and Savona (Italy) and Porto Torres (Sardinia) and Nador and Tangier Med (Morocco) and Alcudia/Mallorca, Ciutadella/Minorca, Formentera, Ibiza and Palma (Balearic Islands).

Which ferry companies operate from BARCELONA?

The routes from BARCELONA are served by Grandi Navi Veloci and Grimaldi Lines.

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How do I get to BARCELONA port?

BARCELONA port is located on Moll de Barcelona, 08039 Barcelona, Spagna. Directions to the port can be found here Google Map @ Barcelona, port.

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