Category Archives: ENGLISH


ORANGE BUS: British Airport Transfers Company in Tenerife

Orange Bus is a transfers company in Tenerife (Canary Island, Spain) that offer transfers in executive minibus direct to hotels or accommodations from / to Tenerife Airports, tours and golf transfers. Cheap airport transfer in Tenerife is our specialty for our airport transfer shuttle bus and Private service.

The mobility minibuses we have are specially adapted and have side door access as well as rear ramp access with special wheelchair tracking and tie down facilities.


Gran Hotel Peñíscola your accessible hotel in the Azahar Coast

Seafront Hotel situated between Peñiscola and Benicarlo, opposite to the new promenade. Gran Hotel Peñiscola benefits from one of the largest sandy beaches in the Azahar Coast. Peñiscola is renowned for its restaurants and bars, offering a variaty of local dishes,as well as international cuisine.

Rooms with facilities for disable people available in a free-barrier environement hotel. |  (34) 964 46 90 06  |


Mar y Sol Spa & Sport Hotel. Relaxing and lively holidays in a barrier-free environment.

Relaxing and lively holidays for disabled and able-bodied guests in a barrier-free environment.

  • A privately managed hotel, situated in Los Cristianos, in the south-western corner of the island of Tenerife
  • Spring temperatures all year round offer a perfect holiday climate
  • Wheelchair-accessible accommodation throughout; all rooms have bathrooms with wheel-in shower
  • Most bathrooms are also equipped with elevated toilet and with grips
  • Two big pools with hoist, one heated all year round to approx. 32ºC
  • Modern therapy centre with a variety of individually-tailored holistic and traditional treatments offering programmes designed to promote vitality and well-being
  • Wheelchair accessible transfer
  • Appliances for hire (electric beds, hoists, air-mattresses, electric wheelchairs, etc.)
  • 24 hours emergency service
  • Excursions for the disabled and able-bodied
  • Golf & Diving for everybody
  • Accessible sports hall (530 m²) | +34 922-750-540

Have Wheelchair Will Travel

Have Wheelchair Will Travel

If you’re looking for something specific in terms of wheelchair travel, this is the blog to read.

Have Wheelchair Will Travel was created to offer detailed advice for those who are new to the world of travel and this blog shows that experience really does pay off. Choose from a range of useful sections in the menu, we found the Wheelchair Tips page to be particularly great. This blog is a must read!

(ES) Blog de viajes en silla de ruedas en inglés principalmente en EEUU y Australia |


Rolling in a RV. Wheelchair traveling

Where to go in USA ! What to see! Will your RV fit in the parking lot? Is it accessible for wheelchair users?

(ES) Blog en ingles de viajes alrededor de Estados Unidos en silla de ruedas


WorldInAWheelchair Travel Blog

Another great blog which inspires travel for wheelchair users, WorldInA…Wheelchair shares the latest travel and disability news along with useful reviews of events, restaurants, bars and hotels around the world.

A hub of useful information: This is updated regularly with brand new tips to inspire further adventures. |   @coryleetweets

(ES) Blog en Inglés: viajes por el mundo desde la perspectiva de un usuario de silla de ruedas especialmente en UK pero tambien en otros paises.


Hot Wheels Goes. Accessible travel blog

Hot Wheels Goes is written by avid traveller Amy, whose goal is to visit as many places around the globe as possible, both physically and financially.

Her blog was created to share her stories of travelling with a disability along with compiling a range of useful guides based on the places she visits, to help others in a similar position on their adventures.

(ES) Blog en Inglés: viajes por el mundo desde la perspectiva de un usuario de silla de ruedas.


Anything Is Possible Travel

Anything Is Possible Travel is written by Jeri, who was inspired by her daughter’s positive, can-do attitude and keenness to travel.  Be sure to visit this blog for a range of reviews and inspiration for places to visit, based in the USA. Go ahead!

(ES) Blog de viajes en silla de ruedas en inglés principalmente en EEUU.


Barcelona Spain by LB

Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain (after Madrid) and the capital of Catalonia. A popular tourist destination, the city is famous for its beauty, culture, art and for many, FC Barcelona.

With a host of attractions to choose from, visitors can enjoy the buzz of city life or wind down with sangria along the beach.

The city is very accessible for disabled visitors, due to a transformation, when it hosted the 1992 summer Olympics. The pavements are completely flat and kerbs are easy to go up and down on. Most of the shops have lifts and the beaches have sections especially designed for wheelchairs to go down on.


Tenerife Spain by LB

Tenerife is the second most visited destination, after Florida, for people with reduced mobility, with thousands of visitors every year. So we had high expectations as to what was on offer, and the island doesn’t disappoint.
The Cabildo de Tenerife, the island’s government, established the Sociedad Insular de Promoción de las Personas con Discapacidad SINPROMI (Society for the Promotion of Disabled People on the Island) in 1993. The organisation works to create a completely barrier-free society. Their objective: to create the European reference for accessible tourism and culture.
Tenerife has classified all of its facilities and services into three practical classifications, which visitors can refer to for: sightseeing attractions, leisure facilities, buildings, transport, restaurants and more.