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Book your freight vehicle on a ferry between mainland Spain and the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza, the North African coast and to the Canary Islands

You can use AferryFreight to book Acciona Trasmediterránea freight ferry crossings from both Barcelona and Valencia to Mahón, Palma de Mallorca and Ibiza and also to the Canary Islands from both Barcelona and Cádiz. Acciona Trasmediterránea operates services to North Africa too. You can check freight facts, sailing information and ferry times for Acciona Trasmediterránea below.

Trasmediterranea Routes

Acciona Trasmediterránea Freight - Booking Information

Vans - Do I need to travel as freight?

With Acciona Trasmediterránea, all private use vans exceeding 6m in length must be booked as freight. If commercial goods are being carried you must book as freight, regardless of the length. If your van is under 6m and you are not carrying commercial goods, please visit our passenger website's Acciona Trasmediterránea page

  • Drivers included in price Price includes 1 driver
  • Cabin included A berth in a shared cabin
  • Meals included Yes
  • Check In Accompanied vehicles - minimum of 2 hours
  • Unaccompanied freight accepted Yes
  • Fuel surcharges Yes - click here to view current fuel surcharge.
  • Extra surcharges Over width (2.6m)
  • Other Abnormal loads to be referred - vehicles over 4.0m high, 2.6m wide or over 40 tons

About Acciona Trasmediterránea

With its roots going back to 1917 Acciona Trasmediterránea now operates extensively within the Western Mediterranean Sea and out into the North Atlantic Ocean serving the Canary Islands. The operational fleet comprises 25 vessels.

Daily services link both Barcelona and Spain's third largest city, Valencia, with ports on the main Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza. Crossing times vary according to the specific route and whether the service operates during the daytime or overnight.

There are up to two weekly services from Cádiz serving several key ports within the Canary Islands including Arrecife, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and Puerto Rosario. This service is usually operated by the 2010-built, 31,000t M/F Jose Maria Entrecanales or M/F Albayzin, built in 2004. It takes 30 hours to reach to first port of call.

The archipelago is also served by a weekly departure from Barcelona with the sailing to Las Palmas taking 66 hours. There are, of course, inter-island services linking the main ports within the Canary Islands.

Regular services connect Almería with Ghazaquet (Algeria) and Nador (Morocco) and there are also regular sailings linking both Almería and Málaga with the Spanish enclave of Melilla.

Acciona Trasmediterránea vessels operate a frequent service across the Straits of Gibraltar, linking Algeciras with Tangiers (Morocco) and the enclave of Ceuta, with crossing times varying between 60 and 90 minutes.


All private use vans exceeding 6m in length must be booked as freight. If commercial goods are being carried you must book as freight, regardless of the length. Click here to go to our freight page.

If your van is under 6m and you are not carrying commercial goods, please visit our passenger website's Acciona Trasmediterránea page

How long before departure should I arrive for Trasmediterranea?

Check-in Information

Check-in is at least 30 minutes prior to departure for Foot Passengers, and 60 minutes prior to departure for all other passengers.

Trasmediterranea Ports

Morocco

Spain

  • Algeciras

    Port Address: Recinto del Puerto s/n
    C.P. 11201
    Spain

    Algeciras Port

  • Ceuta

    Port Address: Muelle Cañonero Dato, s/n
    C.P. 51001
    Spain

    Ceuta Port

  • Gandia

    Port Address: Puerto de Gandía-Recinto portuario Zona Sur, C.P 46730 Gandía-Valencia​
    C.P 46730
    Spain

  • Almeria

    Port Address: Est. Marítima s/n
    C.P. 04002
    Spain

    Almeria Port

  • Melilla

    Port Address: General Marina, 1
    C.P. 52001
    Marocco

  • Valencia

    Port Address: Est. Marítima. Muelle de Poniente
    C.P. 46024
    Spain

  • Malaga

    Port Address: Est. Marítima, Recinto del Puerto Local E-1
    C.P. 29016
    Spain

    Malaga Port

  • Barcelona

    Port Address: Est. Marítima, Muelle de San Beltrán
    C.P. 08039
    Spain

    Barcelona Port

  • Cadiz

    Port Address: Estación Marítima Muelle Alfonso XIII, s/n
    C.P. 11006
    Spain

    Cadiz Port

Balearics

  • Ciutadella

  • Alcudia

    Port Address: Carrer del Moll Comercial
    07410, Alcúdia
    Spain

    Alcudia Port

  • Palma

    Port Address: Est. Marítima, 2, Muelle de Peraires
    C.P. 07015
    Balearics

    Palma Port

  • Ibiza

    Port Address: Estación Marítima, Andenes del Puerto s/n
    C.P. 07800
    Balearics

    Ibiza Port

  • Mahon

    Port Address: Muelle Comercial, s/n
    C.P. 07701
    Balearics

    Mahon Port

Tenerife

Canary Islands

  • Puerto del Rosario

    Port Address: León y Castillo, 58
    C.P. 35600
    Canary Islands (Fuerteventura)

  • Las Palmas de G.C.

    Port Address: Plaza Mr. Jolly, s/n
    C.P. 35008
    Canary Islands

    Las Palmas de G.C. Port

  • La Palma

    Port Address: A. Pérez de Brito, 2
    C.P. 38700
    Canary Islands

    La Palma Port

Algeria

  • Ghazaouet

    Port Address: Enterprise Port Ghazaouet
    PO Box 217, Ghazaouet, Wilaya of Tlemcen
    Algeria

    Ghazaouet Port

  • Oran

    Port Address: Route Sidi M'hamed
    Oran
    Algeria

Lanzarote

  • Arrecife

    Port Address: José Antonio, 90
    C.P. 35500
    Canary Islands (Lanzarote)

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On board Acciona Trasmediterránea

Freight drivers can be assured of a warm welcome aboard Acciona Trasmediterránea vessels. Ships are equipped with restaurants, bars and lounges, and the larger vessels operating longer routes have cinemas, TV lounges and swimming pools. Vessels serving the Canary Islands still retain Duty Free Shopping too.