To travel between Ibiza and Formentera, there are quite a few ferries run by four companies and with different types of service and price.

If you’re travelling with your car, you can choose between Baleària and Trasmapi. Both companies have ferries for vehicles and passengers. Baleària currently runs with the Posidònia, Formentera Direct and Ramon Llull ferries, while Trasmapi operates with the Castaví Jet fast ferry. The journey lasts between thirty and sixty minutes.

As well as these boats, Mediterránea Pitiusa, Trasmapi and Baleària have fast ferries that do the crossing between Ibiza and Formentera in about thirty minutes. Meanwhile, Aquabus sails between the ports of Ibiza and Formentera with boats that take between forty and sixty minutes.

As you can see, there are plenty of choices for getting to Formentera. If you’d like to know what you’ll find on board, in terms of services, facilities and prices, check out All your questions will be answered on the website, such as whether there’ll be WiFi or a children’s area. You can also identify which boats or ferries are low-cost, if price is an important factor for you.

Tickets can also be purchased online at, so you’ll avoid the long queues found at the shoreside ticket office in the summer.