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About Ciutadella Ferry
Ciutadella is often called the capital of western Menorca since it was the capital of the island for years before the first British occupation.
It is the second largest city on the Menorca island with a population of 21,000 people and has a number of majestic buildings to visit, including the Gothic
Cathedral, the Town Hall, and numerous palaces. But undoubtedly, Ciutadella is famous worldwide for its festivals. On the Day of San Juan horses and
riders in mass take over the city, riding through the streets of the town. Medieval horse games are also offered along the ferry port of Ciutadella.
You can visit one of the oldest and well-preserved prehistoric buildings on the island, called the Naveta des Tudons, on the outskirts of Ciutadella.
The city's coastal area is the longest on the island, and there you can find beautiful beaches with white sand and turquoise-blue water.
Don't hesitate to visit Algaiarens and Cala Pilar, to the north, and Macarella, Cala en Turqueta and Arenal de Son Saura, on the south coast.
The island of Menorca is the second largest of the Balearic Islands in terms of surface area, after Ibiza, and the third in population. It has an area of 702 square kilometres and 216 kilometres of coast. The maximum distance between two points is 47 kilometres, between Ciutadella and Mahon. Menorca has a population of 67.000 inhabitants concentrated in eight municipalities: Mahon (administrative capital), Ciutadella (former capital - ferry port), Alaior, Es Mercadal, Ferreries, Es Migjorn Gran, Sant Llu?s and Es Castell.
The tourism in Ciutadella and the rest of Menorca island, is made up mainly of families, with the result that the peak season is more peaceful than in other destinations of the Balearic Islands. Entrepreneurs and official bodies are implementing a lot of methods to ensure they have quality tourism.
Balearia ferries operate the ferry crossing Ciutadella to Barcellona on a daily basis departing from Ciutadella to Barcelona at 9:45 and from Barcelona to Ciutadella at 17:00. You can take advantage of the super fast ferry facilities that offers the Ramon Llull ferry.
Balearia operates also from Ciutadella to Alcudia with the super fast ferry Ramon Llull. Departure time is 9:45 pm and return is the day after at 8 am. Every trip takes an hour. This is a good opportunity to get to know the nightlife of the tourist area of Alcudia if you are staying in Menorca.
Getting to Ciutadella Ferry port by Car or Bus
Ciutadella is serviced by a regular daytime bus service throughout major places of Menorca. Menorca's network of roads is well structured and constitutes a good way of discovering the towns on the island, either using the regular bus service or a car. The road from Mao to Ciutadella, the C721, forms the backbone of Menorca.