Spain strives every year to make tourism accessible to all. National Parks are natural spaces within everyone's reach. Because we are working to make the facilities suitable for people with reduced mobility.
In Disabled-holiday we offer the service of lodging reservations with all the comforts for people with reduced mobility, but we also want to propose visits to places with a spectacular natural wealth where the conditions of accessibility are adequate and you will be able to enjoy nature in all its splendour.
Which parks can you visit?
In Castilla La Mancha, the Tablas de Daimiel Park was declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1981 and a National Park in 1973. It is an impressive place, where you can find some of the most valuable ecosystems in the world and it is the last testimony of the fluvial tables.
It has three itineraries and a visitor center (accessible in its entirety). The itinerary of the island of the Bread is totally accessible by means of wooden footbridges except the entrance of the Island of the Entradilla and the exit of the Island of the Rest. The Permanent Lagoon and the Wide Meadow Tower itinerary are also accessible except for the first and last observatory respectively.
Lanzarote brings us the Timanfaya National Park, whose landscape leaves us a sea of lava with an extension of 200 square km on which there are 25 craters that are asleep.
The facilities of the Fuego Mountains have an adequate accessibility for people with reduced mobility. There are also adapted toilets and buses with wheelchair crane.
In Tenerife, we have the Teide National Park, also declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2007, has an impressive volcanic landscape and a wealth of fauna and flora that has no comparison. Its enormous extension makes it the largest national park in the Canary Islands. Tenerife is committed to providing accessible tourism and therefore has an accessible itinerary called the Botanical Garden of El Portillo and is a circuit of 700 meters.
In Huelva, we find ourselves before the greatness of Doñana, in the western end of Andalusia. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, and there you will find more than 300 different species of European and African birds. Considered the largest ecological reserve in Europe. Since the 90's, a lot of work has been done to adapt the trails for people with disabilities.
When you're looking for tourism, you don't just think about the beach, that's why we offer you information about the best Spanish Natural Parks where spaces are adapted for people with reduced mobility. Enjoy nature with accessible tourism!