The ferry Passio per Formentera (literally 'Passion for Formentera') is part of the innovative Balearia+ series which means its one of the finest ships in their fleet. Onboard you'll find a bar, cafeteria, luggage lockers, seating lounge, large outdoor terraces with a bar, an onboard shop, and a solarium.
Passió per Formentera reserved seating area can be found in the 'Sirena' lounge. The seats are luxuriously comfortable leather armchairs.
The Passio per Formentera features an onboard shop where you can buy a range of cosmetics, perfumes, sweets, travel essentials and gifts.
Baleària’s staff members, both on board and on land, are available to assist passengers with reduced mobility however it is advised to mention if assistance is required both when making the reservation and when checking in.
Lifts and escalators provide comfortable, fast access from the garage hold to the passenger seating area.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Passio per Formentera guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
85% of our customers recommended this ship
Went on a round day trip from Algeciras to Ceuta as a pedestrian passenger. The ferry was punctually on time and the trip was fast and pleasant. Facilities on the ferry were good.
Reviewed 19 August 2016 by Stefan who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
"algeceras - ceuta"
Night and day difference with Almeria. I now always go with Balearia. Just perfect!!!!
Reviewed 02 September 2015 by Mohamed who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
"Wonderful alternative to flying"
Myself and my wife go to Menorca every year and regularly fly direct to the island. This year, due to disagreeable flight times, we decided to try a different approach...and how glad we were. We flew to Palma on Majorca, took a bus transfer to Alcudia and then the Balearia ferry crossing to Ciutadella de Menorca. A long days travelling, yes, but a fantastic alternative to our usual approach, the highlight being the ferry crossing. Watching Majorca fade and Menorca appear was a fantastic experience, the weather was good, the crew were courteous and helpful and (according to my wife) they served the best coffee she'd had in a long time. We will definitely be doing this again some day soon. Highly recommended (and, in case you were wondering, the overall cost for our complete journey was just £40 more than flying direct).
Reviewed 22 September 2014 by Paul Lavin who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
"Barcelona to Alcudia, Spirit of Formenterra"
First of all give yourself lots of time to find Baleria and the ferry port especially at night, Barcelona is vast. This ferry is a small RO-RO ferry but very comfortable with reclining seats and very good air conditioning. The approach to Mallorca spectacularly breathtaking. OH and a solarium on the top deck.
Reviewed 14 September 2014 by Lionel who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
On time, simple booking system, would recommend
Reviewed 10 August 2014 by Karen who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
"gib straits crossing"
The ferry was punctual and the staff very obliging All facilities were clean and equipped properly.
Reviewed 11 June 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
A quick, safe and confortable crossing.
Reviewed 05 October 2013 by Anonymous who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
An excellent crossing in every way.
Reviewed 28 September 2013 by Dris who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
"A mixed bag"
The staff at the port in Algesira is not very cooperative. It is, however, in Ceuta. The crossing was perfect. I recommend it.
Reviewed 08 September 2013 by Francis who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
"Algeciras-Ceuta with Balearia "
Reviewed 05 September 2013 by Eduardo who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
"Problem during the inbound journey."
No problem during the crossing from Agesiras to Ceuta. The service was great, the boutiques were open, we could access the bridges freely. Between Ceuta et Algesiras, it was a different story. We were stacked in the cafeteria, the restaurant was closed and it was impossible to access the other levels of the boat. The two duty-free boutiques were closed during the whole crossing.
Reviewed 03 September 2013 by Anonymous who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
"Clean and equipped"
Tranquil setting, the ship is not brand new but clean enough and well equipped.
Reviewed 18 May 2013 by Damiano who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera
All right for one night. Friendly staff.
Reviewed 08 May 2013 by Michael who travelled with Balearia on Passio per Formentera