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Arriving by boat

Arriving by boat

Barcelona has become the Mediterranean's foremost cruise ship harbour. It has nine passenger terminals, seven for cruise liners and four for ferries. It has connections with the Balearic Islands and the main Mediterranean harbours.

Port de Barcelona

Plaça del Portal de la Pau, 6.
Tel. 932 986 000 |

The Port de Barcelona operates services to the Balearic Islands and the main Mediterranean ports. Ferries depart daily for the Balearic Islands and there is a direct service to the port of Genoa, Rome and Algiers.

For information about ferry company timetables and prices operating in Port de Barcelona:

From/to the Balearic Islands
Acciona-Trasmediterránea: Tel. 902 454 645 |
Balearia: Tel. 933 248 980 |

From/to Genoa, Nador and Tangier
Grimaldi Group Grandi Navi Veloci: Tel. 934 437 139 |

From/to Rome, Savona, Sardinia (Porto Torres) and Tangier
Grimaldi Ferries: Tel. 935 028 163 |

Accessibility details

Motor impairment
The port caters for the disabled tourist including those with wheelchairs. The port has lifts at all major locations so travelling with a wheelchair around the port area offers no obstacles.

The Blue Bus (cruise shuttle bus service) is also adapted for the disabled travellers.

Last update: 11/09/2019

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