Spain – accessibility guides, beaches EUROPE
Some great places to visit in sunny Spain. This is not a complete list. Several tips to share, dive into and go see yourself. Some take months of reservation planning ahead, just so you know!
Malaga – accessibility for the whole family
Granada – Alhambra
The visit will be totally adapted to your accessibility needs and you will follow a carefully planned fully accessible route
The main areas of the Alhambra are wheelchair friendly, like the Hall of the Ambassadors and the Court of the Lions. You can also visit the Palacio de Carlos V and most parts of the picturesque Generalife Gardens, from where you can enjoy the beautiful view over the city and the gypsy quarter Albaicin.
Due to the defensive character of the Alhambra Palaces, some areas are not accessible. Consequently, you will not be able to go to the Alcazaba towers and some upstairs rooms. However, you will be able to see many of the major sights.
Alcázar (video – a few steps in some locations)
Editors pick: Simply Emma’s Barcelona guide
Andalusia (south west) – 16 accessible beaches
detailed information and photo of all accessible beaches in Andalusia