Accessible Tourism

turismoaccesibleseccion The demand for travel by people with disabilities is growing exponentially all over the world. However, in order to enjoy their travel, they must face impediments, barriers and difficulties of all kinds that prevent them from having normal access to tourist services. The province of Granada is making a great effort to facilitate accessibility to these tourists, with the adapted services offered in this website.

Abadía del Sacromonte

Granada

This abbey, inspired by El Escorial, was built in the 17th century. It was as an important cultural and religious centre. It was commissioned by the Jesuit Archbishop of Granada Pedro de Castro Cabeza de Vaca y Quiñones to the [...]

Alhama de Granada Interpretive Centre

Alhama de Granada

The Centro de Interpretación de Alhama de Granada is a modern exhibition space spread out over six rooms, explaining the history of the town. Room 1. Visitor reception area Room 2. Alhama – the town of romance Room 3. Water [...]

Alhama de Granada Parish Museum

Alhama de Granada

The Museo Parroquial is located within the Iglesia Mayor de la Encarnación. It has a magnificent collection of religious jewellery and liturgical vestments. One of the most interesting pieces is the embroidered chasuble attributed to Queen Isabel. The religious dress [...]

Almazara de Paulenca. Museum of the olive oil

Guadix

The Almazara de Paulenca is an old oil mill dating back to the 18th century that was fully operational until 1975. It is surrounded by caves dwellings, almond tress and olive trees, and has stunning views of the Sierra Nevada [...]

Antigua Casa de Cabildos

Loja

The Antigua Casa de Cabildos is located in the Plaza de la Constitución, the historic centre of this Renaissance town. It was the headquarters of Loja’s town council for 437 years, from its construction in 1490 until 1927, the year [...]

Aquarium of Almuñécar

Almuñécar

The Acuario de Almuñécar is made up of 20 aquariums that are home to about 3500 different animals belonging to 200 different species. It is divided into two levels and shows the sea and its creatures from two perspectives. The [...]

Bañuelo

Granada

These Arab baths or hammams were where locals would go to wash and take care of their body and it was also a popular meeting place. The Bañuelo dates back to the 11th century and is one of the best preserved bathhouses in Spain.



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