With 23 destinations specially prepared to receive tourists with disabilities and reduced mobility, Catalonia is a leading accessible destination in Spain.
These destinations offer a wide range of services tailored to the specific needs of disabled visitors: more than 1000 services and facilities related to accommodation, restaurants, museums, leisure activities, beaches, etc. The special offer on leisure and sport activities deserves a special mention as most of them cannot be found elsewhere.
The 23 areas offering the highest level of accessibility are the following: Vall de Boí, Val d'Aran, Pallars Sobirà, La Seu d'Urgell, La Molina-La Cerdanya, Garrotxa, Costa Brava-Alt Empordà, Costa Brava-Baix Empordà, Lleida, Vic-Osona, Maresme, Barcelona, Delta de l’Ebre, Garraf-Sitges, Costa Daurada, Penedès (Accessible Wine Tourism), Dalí Route, Cistercian Monasteries on the St. James Route, industrial heritage sites, Terra Alta and Sebes Nature Reserve, Tarragona, Montseny Natural Park and Sant Llorenç del Munt.
All the information about accessible services in Catalonia is available at www.turismeperatothom.com