Spain ranks as one of the top tourist destinations in the world and it’s easy to see why. The laid back Spanish lifestyle combined with sunny days and great cuisine makes for an enjoyable holiday whether you’re lazing by the beach or off sightseeing.

Its tremendous history, reflected in its prehistoric cave paintings, Moorish palaces, crumbling castles, Roman ruins, Gothic and Renaissance cathedrals, is proudly embraced and combines with an infectious, go-ahead dynamism. Moreover, nowadays Spain’s avant-garde designers, architects and chefs have unleashed a formidable wave of innovation to make it one of the most exciting countries in Europe.

No matter what motivations you have to travel, Spain always stands out as one of the most appealing destinations in the world.


There are 47 public airports in Spain. The busiest one is the airport of Barcelona (El Prat) and secondly Madrid (Barajas). Other main airports are located in Majorca, Málaga, Tenerife, Las Palmas or Alicante.

Spain also has the most extensive high-speed rail network in Europe, and the second-most extensive in the world after China. Spain has so far a total of 3,500 km (2,174.80 mi) of high-speed tracks linking Madrid, Barcelona, Málaga, Seville, Valencia, Córdoba, Zaragoza or Toledo. This network keeps connecting new destinations and it is one of the fastest, accessible and easy ways to travel around Spain.

In terms of personal transportation we provide a wide range of wheelchair adapted vehicles like accessible mini vans and vans, accessible minibuses or large accessible coaches for larger groups and airport transfers available in wheelchair adapted vehicles. Check our accessible transfers or wheelchair accessible van rentals services.


The Spanish hotel star rating system has requirements much more demanding than other European countries, so at a given rating Spanish accommodations are worth more. More and more hotels and holiday rentals in Spain have adapted their infrastructures in the late years, thanks principly to law requirements and the Spanish tourism sector´s growing awareness.

We personally audit every property before we decide to add it on our list of adapted accommodation. In top of that, we build a close relationship with the hotel management in every property with the purpose to have every resource available to provide you the best service. Find the hotel that best suits you from our list of wheelchair accessible hotels in Spain.

These properties are also chosen in base of their service and awareness towards access needs, therefore we work with those hotels who go the extra mile when accommodating guests with different access requirements. Check here our portfolio of accessible hotels in Spain.


There are many accessible leisure and cultural tours and excursions available, and these are becoming increasingly common: routes which eliminate architectural barriers, numerous monuments, museums, nature areas, accommodation options and restaurants offering services, settings and activities that are partially or totally accessible.

The itineraries and the content of our tours have been specifically designed for travellers with physical disabilities. We make sure that every member in the supply chain (transfers or adapted taxi drivers, local guides, activities and workshops organizers, etc) have the training and experience to deliver a great service.

We personally audit the tours and activities and we are in constant search of the best accessible experiences that our country has to offer. At the same time we are aware of the specific needs that any traveler may require, and that’s why we tailor make your trip to your exact requirements. You can go through our list of accessible tours in Spain.


Many leisure and cultural venues nowadays in Spain are accessible and these are becoming increasingly common: routes which eliminate architectural barriers, most of the monuments, museums and many nature areas, accommodation options or restaurants offering services, settings and activities that are partially or totally inclusive.

Indeed, enormous efforts are being made to adapt to the needs of travellers with reduced mobility by eliminating barriers, providing access to cultural and natural resources or creating standards for transport, building and urban planning. Spain continues promoting inclusive tourism in all its destinations, infrastructures and public services.