Palma accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

For a great holiday in Palma

Sandy beaches, lively night life and beautiful historic architecture come together to make Palma a popular tourist destination. While here you can lounge on the disabled accessible beach and tour the historic center by day then, by night explore the night clubs and restaurants of Paseo Maritimo. Accessible Holiday Rentals Palma gives you all the convenience and stress-free comfort to enjoy the delights of Palma no matter your level of disability.

Things to do in Palma

Castell de Bellver

Address – Carrer Camilo José Cela, s/n, 07014 Palma, Illes Balears,
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Get the most spectacular view of Palma from this incredible castle and its three large towers. Begin with taking a tour around the moat before heading up to look out from this uniquely circular structure. Then, explore the archaeological museum and classic sculptures.

Pueblo Español

Address – Av Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
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This unusual architectural museum is designed like a small village where you can view replicas of major Spanish architecture. While here, explore the various craft shops, restaurants and more that operate within the museum village. While the museum village is not 100% wheelchair friendly, much of it is and there is enough to see that it is worth a visit.

Palma Cathedral

Address – Plaza Almoina, s/n, 07001 Palma de Mallorca, Islas Baleares, Illes Balears, Spain
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This incredible cathedral along the sea front offers amazing views and is a stunning example of Gothic style architecture. Construction began in 1229 but was not fully completed until 1601. Disabled access is available throughout along with accessible bathrooms and gift shop.

Accessible Accommodations Palma

From luxury hotels to posh accessible apartments, Handiscover has the ideal location for your accessible Palma stay. Whether you want the quiet, self-catering of beach cottages or the conveniences of boutique hotels and well-appointed apartments, we have options to fulfill your accessibility needs. Disabled individuals and fellow travelers can all be comfortable in one of our many vacation rentals suited to multiple guests. Tell us your level of access needs and we can give you rental options with features like step free lifts, a hoist, and/or roll in shower.

How to Get Around Palma

Between buses and trains, there is good public transport coverage of the city and beaches. Take a Palma Sightseeing Bus, most of them are wheelchair friendly and  hit all the popular attractions and major shopping centers. Pay one price for these specialty buses and get on and off as many times as you like during the day.