Accessible tourism

Accessible tourism has become one of the main strategic lines pursued by the Catalan Tourist Board. Today, Catalonia is a reference destination for accessible tourism in Spain, with more than 1, 100 tourist resources providing facilities for people with disabilities, reduced mobility or special needs.

To this end, in recent years, Catalonia has worked for the suppression of architectural and communication barriers in order to convert the country’s main attractions into obstacle-free sites for people with disabilities of any kind. This is a social right for everyone, as well as generating benefits by highlighting quality tourism facilities.

In Pyrenees, there are 7 destinations that offer accessible tourism options. All these destinations share in common their provision of establishments with facilities for people with reduced mobility and/or sensory impairments (the deaf and hard of hearing, the blind and visually impaired) in accommodation, restaurants, museums, beaches, complementary activities…

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