Joan Collins THE shipping company Balearia will make five return journeys daily between Barcelona and the Balearic Islands during the high season, the company said yesterday while announcing their summer programme. Three superferries and two high speed ships will provide the service, which will make Balearia the leading passenger transport line between Barcelona and the islands. The company also highlighted the fact that they are the only ones offering daily services from Barcelona to Minorca, Majorca and Ibiza and, from Ibiza, to Formentera. Balearia's announcement of its new summer services was accompanied by the announcement of special offers on their tickets, 36 euros for a passenger ticket and 62 euros for passenger with car. Balearia are offering these ticket prices through outlets such as travel agents, at their own ticket offices, in their client services telephone centres and through their own website. Balearia are offering daily services from the port of Barcelona to Mahon. This service will use the ferry Isla de Botafoc. The daily service provided to Palma will be run by the ferry Pau Casals. Daily services to the Ibizan port of Sant Antoni port will be provided via Balearia's new ferry, Sonia. Added to these will be two high speed ferries, one of which will be the new super fast ferry Ramon Llull. The connections offered by Balearia between the Peninsula and the islands also include a service from Denia to the Balearics. From this Alicante port, during the high season, Balearia will operate two services daily to Majorca, one of which will be provided by a high speed ferry. There will be six connections with Ibiza, five of them being with high speed ferries. There will also be two connections daily with Formentera, both of which will be provided by high speed ferries. Balearia's services will be completed by daily links between the four Balearic islands.