Below is list of disabled holidays abroad in Majorca.
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Disabled Holidays in Majorca
Puerto Pollensa, Alcudia, Playa de Muro, Can Picafort, Cala Mesquida, Cala Ratjada
Palma, Santa Ponsa, Palmanova, Magaluf, Paguera , Ca'n Pastilla
Cala Bona, Sa Coma, Cala Millor
Privately Owned Accessible Accommodation in Majorca
Special Offers In Majorca
Just off the Mediterranean coast of Spain is the island paradise of Majorca. It just so happens that Majorca is also one of the most popular Mediterranean holiday destinations in the world. Europeans find Majorca fascinating for its culture – including music, literature, painting, and film – as well as its incredible food. We are proud to offer disabled holidays in Majorca that allow those with physical challenges to experience this beautiful island.
Mallorca's tourist industry boasts hundreds of restaurants of all sizes and cuisines. From individual roadside stands to full-service sit-down restaurants, the island has become a true destination for foodies. If you like good food and great locales, we highly recommend disabled holidays in Majorca with a gastronomic focus. You will enjoy plenty of mouth-watering traditional recipes featuring fresh vegetables, almonds, olives, and locally produced meats.
Relax or Stay Active
Because Majorca is such a popular holiday destination, there is no shortage of hotels and resorts. And with each one are plenty of opportunities to relax or to stay active for your entire visit. Our disabled holidays in Majorca make it possible for you to stay at a hotel or resort ranging from three stars to five. All offer wheelchair accessibility and the extra services you need for an enjoyable holiday.
Your transportation also needs to be accessible as well. This is not a problem in Majorca. Regardless of your particular disability challenge, we can arrange the transportation you need around the island. And of course, local tours offering the necessary accessibility options are available.
If you have always wanted to see one of the gems of the Mediterranean, we hope you will consider disabled holidays in Majorca. Take a trip to the beautiful and exotic island and see for yourself what all of the excitement is about.