Whether you want to see courtyards, a mosque turned cathedral, or old streets winding their way through Cordoba, it’s waiting for you.
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With 7 islands to choose from, the Canary Islands are the perfect destination for sunny seashores, mountain tops, and an ideal climate.
Whether you want to visit a lovely beach, practice your Spanish, or see an old archeological site, wheelchair accessible Gran Canaria shouldn’t be missed.
Tenerife is one of Spain’s Canary Islands, and it happens to be the largest. If you're wondering what to do in Tenerife, the answer is a lot!
Torrevieja is a great town to visit with lots of history, tasty tapas, and comfortable ways for people to get around the city.
Madrid is wheelchair accessible if you know how to get around. A little preparation beforehand will turn any trip to the city into a refreshing vacation.
Wheelchair Access Galicia In today´s post, I would like to give you some tips to enjoy wheelchair access Galicia. Galicia is a spectacular area in the...
Si vos vacances idéals inclus des plages de sables blanches, une mer d'un bleu cristallin ainsi qu'une région montagneuse reculée. Majorque est faites pour...
Granada has a long way to go in terms of accessibility, though it is possible for a wheelchair user to visit some sites, including the famous Alhambra.
Whether you’re hoping for a small bar tucked away in an alley with incredible tapas or an old palace with beautiful architecture, Seville won’t disappoint.
Top 5 Valencia Spain free and accessible sights Today, in my first post, I would like to share with you the free and accessible sights in Valencia. There are a...
You can find everything in wheelchair accessible Madrid. Whether you want historic sites, museums, amazing food, or art galleries, you're set.