Thanks to its sandy beaches, ancient sights and up-tempo nightlife,
disabled holidays in Cyprus
are a favourite, attracting everyone from families to clubbers.
Beautiful beaches and a mix of laidback and lively resorts fringe the island. And if you go inland, you’ll find accessible accommodation, sleepy villages,
hidden hamlets and the scenic Troodos Mountains.
Oozing with charm, Cyprus and its year-round sunny disposition means you can get treated to a tan whether you’re basking on the beautiful Blue Flag beaches of
or wandering amongst the traditional historic landmarks of
Famed for its Roman baths and crystal-clear waters, Cyprus has also seen an emergence of first-class spa destinations popping up across the island.
When to Go?
From April to November, the temperatures are unlikely to drop below 15, making Cyprus one of our favourite year-round destinations. Whether you need a winter warmer or summer sizzler,
this romantic island should always be on the potential list of holiday destinations.
A Mediterranean paradise for seekers of wild fun in the sun, Ayia Napa is a wheelchair accessible resort youâ€™ll fall in love with from the moment you arrive.
A hive of cool nightlife, a bustling shopping and all-around raucous fun,
Ayia Napa is also home to some fascinating culture, such as its very own Venetian-era monastery.
Legendary nightlife and WaterWorld waterpark on your doorstep, the fun never stops on disabled holidays in Ayia Napa.
Beach-dwellers will love the golden sand stretching far along the coast on Pantachou Beach, while foodie fans will quickly
get caught up in the sizzling aromas of freshly-caught seafood and meat that are readily available to enjoy in the townâ€™s many excellent restaurants and eateries.
Ayia Napa provides an abundance of accessible accommodation, making this an ideal holiday destination for wheelchair users.
Larnaca is the oldest city in Cyprus and is one of the major seaside
resorts on the island. Larnaca holidays are extremely popular with
families as there are a number of attractions on offer and is less busy than
places such as Ayia Napa. Situated on the east coast of the island,
Larnaca is close to the more lively resorts of Ayia Napa and Nissi Bay but also has the quieter neighbour of Protaras nearby.
The skyline of Limassol (Lemesos) has left behind very little evidence of its historical past and given way instead to a modern,
cosmopolitan appearance. However, thos doesn't mean the only things it has left to offer are bars and beaches - Limassol Castle, The Amathus
Ruins and the Mosque of Djami Kebir are a few of the beautiful sights worth visiting. A destination perfect for disabled holidays and wheelchair users.
Coral Bay is a lively seaside town on Cyprusâ€™ west coast, nestled among banana plantations and vineyards.
A long main strip runs through the town centre and along the waterside, offering up old-world eateries and a
handful of cheery cocktail bars. And when it comes to length, the sandy beach measures up pretty well, too.
Disabled holidays in Coral Bay are perfect for wheelchair users in need of an accessible holiday resort.
The lively holiday resorts of Paphos and Limassol receive the lionâ€™s share of the visitors.
At first glance, youâ€™ll notice karaoke bars, Irish pubs,
and restaurants that serve Sunday roast and mousakka in equal portions. But look a
bit closer and youâ€™ll see the Cypriot charm that hasnâ€™t been lost
with the arrival of the tourists. The old part of Paphos showcases yesteryear Greece with its temples, churches and forts.
This is an accesible holiday destination suitable for all disabled wheelchair users.
A beautiful oasis in the sparkling Mediterranean, Cyprusâ€™s culture is a cross between Asia and Europe.
Gothic churches and stunning mosques, fresh seafood and local meat, golden coast and rugged countryside all make up the islandâ€™s dual nature.
This is all reflected in the beautiful town of Pissouri. Divided into Pissouri Village and Pissouri Bay, thereâ€™s something to suit every holidaymakerâ€™s needs.
Surrounded by vineyards and the striking Troodos mountains, Pissouri is a town that combines natural beauty with all the fun and relaxation of a Mediterranean resort.
Pissouri is a fantastic disabled accessible holiday resort.
Nestled halfway between Asia and Europe and surrounded by the sparkling Mediterranean, Cyprus is an island of unbeatable beauty.
Middle Eastern influences and Greek character permeate its culture, architecture and history.
Holidaymakers from all walks of life will fall in love with its golden coast, lush countryside and picture-postcard villages.
Today, Polis is one of Cyprusâ€™s quieter resorts. Tucked away in the north-west coast, it offers travellers a slice of paradise where they can escape the hustle and bustle of city life and kick back and relax.
Disabled wheelchair users will find this accessible resort perfect.
Located just five miles from the vibrant nightlife hotspot of Ayia Napa, Protaras is a quieter, more relaxing destination,
even though there are plenty of restaurants and bars to enjoy after the sun goes down.
Protaras is the perfect spot to banish all those worries and simply bask on one of six sun-kissed beaches along the coastline.
A truly gorgeous resort, more than suitable for disabled wheelchair users in search of accessible holidays.
Here at Disabled Access Holidays our devoted sales team, with over 15 years combined experience, will help you find and book your dream accessible holiday.
They will guide you through your options and will help you make the best decision based on your needs and what you are looking for. Each disabled holiday
is tailor made to the client so no two holidays are the same.