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Baleària offers free bus service from Benidorm, Gandía and Cullera for passengers traveling to Formentera without a vehicle

13 June 2019 - 12: 02

Baleària enables a free bus service from Benidorm, Gandía and Cullera for customers who book the day trip to Formentera and travel without a vehicle. Every Tuesday and Thursday, from the 18 of June to the 19 of September, the three cities will be connected with the port of Dénia with schedules that will adjust to the departure of fast ferry Ramon Lull, which makes the route to the Pitiusas to the 8: 30 hours. To this offer will be added the free breakfast that can be enjoyed by passengers who have booked the bus service.

Customers who make the reservation for the tour through any sales channel (web, contact center, ticket office or travel agency), will have the option to select this service during the purchase process. Along with the boarding pass will also receive the voucher to travel on the bus. In Benidorm the bus will pick up at the Bali hotels (at 6: 20 hours), Madeira Centro (at 6: 35 hours) and Sol Pelicanos Ocas (at 6: 45 hours); in Cullera it will do it in the San Antonio Abad La Playa Parish, at the 6: 30 hours, and in Gandía it will do it in the parking lot of the Bacarrá nightclub and in the bus station of the town, at 6: 55 hours and 7: 05 hours respectively.

Ferry Ramón Llull

It is worth remembering that this year the four main engines of the Ramon Lull have been replaced, allowing you to travel from Dénia to Formentera in just two hours. This remotorización has supposed an improvement in the system of propulsion, increases his efficiency and his speed and in addition reduces the consumption of fuel, as well as the emissions of NOX in a 20%.

The vessel has a capacity for 500 people and presents a length of 83 meters and an 13 beam. The Ramon Llull offers a seat, upper armchair and VIP accommodation, and has a cafeteria, indoor and outdoor, services for pets, and is suitable for people with reduced mobility, among other services.

1 Comment
  1. Enric says:

    Balearía, always ahead giving example.
    Let's see if the City Council of Denia takes note and puts a shuttle bus between the "provisional" bus station and the Maritime Station.
    And in passing stop seeing the tourists dragging their suitcases across Denia.

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