Accessible Holidays in Spain
02/09/2010 | 0 comments
Viajes AcceSIbles reports on 'Holidays for All' in Spain this summer.
Over 1,000 people with physical and intellectual disabilities, mental illness and autism disorders will enjoy accessible holidays this summer thanks to the Viajes AcceSIbles reservations-for-all web-site.
The Viajes 2000 agency’s tourist web-site aims to promote the social inclusion of disabled persons and their families through a wide variety of tourism and leisure offers.
This year’s national destinations offered by Viajes AcceSIbles include the Canary Islands (Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Lanzarote), Balearic Islands (Ibiza and Majorca), Catalonia (Barcelona and Salou), Asturias (La Isla and Villaviciosa), Galicia (Sanxenxo and Cuntis), Andalusia (Almuñécar, Roquetas de Mar and Alcossebre) and the Levante coast (Peñíscola, Benidorm, La Manga and Gandía).
There are also foreign destinations, such as Budapest, Egypt or Prague.
More specifically, people from the disabled world are participating in this inclusive initiative this year, such as the Spanish Autism Confederation, ASPACE (for sufferers of cerebral palsy) and FEAFES (relatives and sufferers of mental illness).
About Viajes AccesSIbles
We have developed a new brand with our own product for the service of disabled people, travelling either individually or as a group.
Our added Value:
- Visiting and checking accessible accommodation.
- Accessible products and programmes for individuals & groups.
- Different accessible ways / options of booking.
- Know-how about the needs of persons with disabilities.
Our website is the first accessible website (complying with access rating WAI-AA), where blind people and people with difficulties using the mouse will be able to buy online touristic products in an independent way . It is directly connected to a booking engine for reservation of tourism products.
Viajes 2000 / Viajes AccesSIbles is an ENAT Member