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  • Azores for All

    In 2014 we registered the Azores for All brand, convinced that an unforgettable journey begins well before departure, and when choosing the destination for holidays, through accessible and reliable information, where small details make all the difference. The Azores for All team brings together professionals that are passionate about accessible tourism, fully available to listen to the customer’s needs and purpose, and in several languages, the best solutions for unforgettable holidays in the Azores. We offer information, services and activities, adapted to residents and to tourists who visit the Azores, either conventional or tourists with disabilities. We work with private groups, travel agencies and tour operators as well. We are a touristic animation company focused on the promotion of social and inclusive tourism in the Azores.

  • - The European Accessible Tourism Directory

    Pantou is the Greek word for Everywhere. This web service presents the Directory of suppliers of accessible tourism services in all European Union and Accession countries. It also includes suppliers such as travel agents and tour operators who provide accessible services for Europe-inbound customers. The Pantou Directory: makes it easier for tourists with any kind of access needs to find what they are looking for when planning a visit; promotes European accessible tourism suppliers, showing places to go and things to do – in safety and with convenience and comfort. Until now it has been difficult for a visitor with access needs to find out about the availability of suitable suppliers across Europe. Pantou has been developed by ENAT, EWORX S.A. and VVA to meet the need for a reliable and comprehensive pan-European guide to all kinds of tourism services that are currently offered for this market segment. Suppliers who are listed on Pantou provide a wide variety of tourism services, including accommodation, facilities, transport, tours, venues and attractions that are designed to be inclusive and accessible for people who have a disability, long-term health condition or other specific accessibility requirements. To be listed with Pantou, tourism suppliers must indicate the type of service(s) offered and the particular target groups they can serve. The Pantou Directory is supported by the European Commission, Directorate GROW (Tourism Unit). Legal disclaimer: The European Commission is not responsible for the content of the site, nor is it liable for any loss or damage arising from use of information contained on the website. See also Pantou Terms of Use.

  • VisitFlanders Accessibility Videos on YouTube (Playlist)

    VisitFlanders promotes tourism to Flanders for all visitors. Here you can watch and read English sign-language presentations about the accessible offers in Flanders and the pages of their website.

  • Erzsebetprogram

    The Hungarian National Foundation for Recreation (HNFR) is the main body responsible for social tourism in Hungary. HNFR was established as a non-profit organization by the government of Hungary and 6 trade union confederations with the purpose to encourage the participation of active employees and pensioners in tourism. From 2012 the mission and the target groups of HNFR have been altered significantly. Social inclusion – facing the challenge of integration – and the support of “right to have a break” – making tourist leisure accessible to socially disadvantaged groups – have become the key principles behind HNFR’s objectives. The current social tourism initiative called Erzsébet Program - introduced in 2012 -has become the largest national social tourism program, involving each year over 1% of the country’s population in domestic tourism through social tourism grants. Also in Hungarian at

  • European Commission Directorate General Tourism Unit - Accessibility in Tourism

    The European Commission’s Tourism Unit aims to develop dialogue and partnership with industry stakeholders for the benefit of the sector, and promote a wider understanding of the role tourism plays in European life. The accessibility webpage highlights the Commission's activities concerned with improving the regulatory environment, working with stakeholders and promoting best practices in accessible tourism.

  • Access New Business

    Access new business by offering access to all. Do you want to access new business? Interested in how to benefit from the growing market of the elderly, the less-able and the disabled? Access New Business works in the UK and Europe tourism and leisure sector advising individual businesses, trade associations, destinations and pan-national organisations on improving their accessibility. Access New Business is a group of experienced tourism and hospitality professionals who have a particular interest in helping the industry benefit from and ‘mainstream’ the growing market of the disabled traveller and the aging population.

  • Environmental Traveling Companions (ETC)

    Environmental Traveling Companions (ETC) opens the beauty and challenge of the great outdoors to people with disabilities and disadvantaged youth. Every year, more than 2,000 people join ETC to raft whitewater rivers, ski alpine meadows, kayak the waters of the Golden Gate and Tomales Bay, and build leadership skills. ETC trips enable participants to access the wilderness and develop an environmental stewardship ethic. Since 1972, ETC has shared outdoor adventures with disadvantaged youth and people of all ages, including those with visual or hearing-impairments, physical or developmental disabilities, and life-threatening illnesses. We also offer fundraising adventures for the general public and corporations to raise awareness of our mission. We welcome agencies, schools, and individuals of all abilities.

  • Access Tourism New Zealand

    Articles on tourism, travel, hopitality, and leisure for people with disabilities, seniors, ageing Boomers, or anyone else needing better access to these; international and national focus.

  • TravelinWheels

    Are you a disabled or elderly traveler who is frustrated when you can’t find enough information about accessible hotels, restaurants, and attractions? You’ve come to the right place! We are in the process of building a great website that will highlight accessibility information for some of the most popular destinations in the world! Our team is touring key destinations such as New Orleans, Chicago, Hawaii, London, and Washington D.C., as well as other cities around the globe, to make sure you have accessibility details for select hotels, restaurants, tours, stores, medical suppliers, and transportation carriers. Our expected launch is Spring 2011. If you’d like to follow our progress, please join us on Facebook or Twitter. You can also start following our blog.

  • Snowpolis Oy.

    Snowpolis Vuokatti is a unique, international Technology Park, located in the midst of unspoiled nature and the most versatile recreation and holiday center to be found in Finland. Snowpolis specializes in wellness, sports and all-year winter. All the companies, educational and research institutions of Snowpolis work under the same roof. At Snowpolis, there are 27 companies altogether, including the Department of Sports Technology of the University of Jyväskylä, Department of Sports Measurements of the University of Oulu of the Measurement and Sensor laboratory, the Center for Wireless Communication (CWC) of the University of Oulu, the Department of Travel and Tourism of Kainuu Vocational College and the Into-House. At Snowpolis you can find a high-quality union of work and leisure time – working in a high-tech environment in the middle of beautiful nature. Snowpolis offers highly-quality living for the entire family.

  • The Accessible Road - La Route Accessible

    The Accessible Road is: a tourist guide specifically designed to promote accessible tourism to people with restricted physical abilities; a window to nine of Québec’s tourist regions: Abitibi Témiscamingue, Eastern Townships, Chaudière-Appalaches, Laval, Montérégie, Montréal, Outaouais, Québec, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean; more than 100 cultural and tourist establishments whose facilities are adapted for safety and universal accessibility: hotels, restaurants, amusement parks, heritage sites, museums, artistic institutions, tourist information centres and outdoor sites. More than 650 people certified under Kéroul’s Welcoming Ways training program to ensure visitors are treated hospitably; an interactive online tourist map to help users plan vacations filled with fascinating stopovers, unforgettable getaways, enriching tours and spectacular shows. Kéroul is a non-profit organization whose mission is to make tourism and culture accessible to people with restricted physical abilities. In addition, Kéroul is the key consultant to the Ministère du Tourisme du Québec in matters concerning accessibility.

  • @utonomia - Une idée, une fixation... une asbl, un site... (pages tourisme)

    Voyager, découvrir des nouveaux pays, se faire dorer sur une plage de sable fin: le rêve de chacun quand l'été arrive et que le soleil est au rendez-vous. Selon certaines statistiques européennes, une personne handicapée sur deux n'est jamais partie de chez elle par manque d'information et par peur de ne pas trouver des conditions d'accessiblité suffisantes sur le lieu de vacances. C'est pourquoi, nous voulons vous donner toutes les informations nécessaires sur vos droits en vacances mais aussi sur des centres de vacances adaptés qui vous permettront de profiter pleinement de ces moments bien mérités.

  • Discover Romania

    Travel agency from Romania specialised in tailor made trips anywhere in Romania.


    The purpose of the Foundation "A Sea without Barriers" is to make nautical sports and the sailing world accessible to those persons that have been excluded because of the lack of adaptations. The principal projects that the foundation develops are: 1. Workshop School, 2. Nautical Activities Club, 3. Sailing School, 4. Accessibility Centre, 5. Adapted boat "Sirenita".

  • Betania Società Cooperativa Sociale

    BETANIA nasce il 15 marzo 2001 per favorire l'inserimento lavorativo di persone appartenenti a categorie svantaggiate, come disabili fisici o psichici, tossicodipendenti, carcerati, persone in difficoltà. I Settori di Betania sono: Negozio - Cerimonie - Turismo - Lavoro - Educazione e Cultura - Falegnameria BETANIA ha realizzato Monza per Tutti, la prima guida all'accessibilità della città di Monza per favorire la mobilità delle persone con un'autonomia ridotta (disabili, anziani, famiglie con bambini). Monumenti, luoghi di interesse culturale e storico, uffici pubblici, ecc. sono stati classificati secondo un criterio applicato a livello mondiale che ne illustra l'accessibilità e si sono studiati itinerari accessibili a tutti all'interno del parco e della città. La guida è disponibile sia in formato cartaceo sia sul sito Internet

  • Mobi-Mat

    The Mobi-Mat range of products includes flexible, roll-out access mats, suitable for creating a temporary walkway and, for example, access to beachfronts for wheelchair users.

  • Le Bureau International du Tourisme Social (BITS) - International Bureau of Social Tourism

    The aim of BITS is to become the "international motor" for all present and future activities aimed at furthering the ideal of organizing and bringing improved tourism within the reach of the majority. The webpages contain information about the activities and plans of the organisation, and links to the worldwide network of members.

  • The World Tourism Organization

    The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO/OMT) is a specialized agency of the United Nations and the leading international organization in the field of tourism. It serves as a global forum for tourism policy issues and a practical source of tourism know-how.

  • Coop. Sociale La Cruna

    Cooperativa Sociale di Genova che promuove l inserimento lavorativo di persone disabili offrendo ad aziende e pubbliche amministrazioni servizi di call center, data entry e web design, strumenti la comunicazione, consulenza sulla eliminazione delle barriere architettoniche e il turismo accessibile, formazione.

  • A.T.L.Ha. Onlus

    The aim of the association is to promote the participation of the people with learning disabilities and also their families, and to help their global integration within the social fabric of our society. The Association provides for this throughout its own services and by the institution of working o-operatives, laboratories and lodging communities; cultural, formative, professional, recreative, touristic and sportive activities. The Association arranges trips, holidays, study travel, youth exchanges, research and updanting tours in Italy and abroad.