Los Cristianos, Tenerife

At Los Cristianos there is a long tradition of being accessible. The seafront and local shops, bars and restaurants are largely level and accessible and the promenade runs all the away along the beach as far as Playa Las Americas. Even the beach is accessible with ramps down from the seafront, there are also changing facilities available.

A Cruise

Looking to visit lots of places whilst on one trip? Then do consider taking a cruise.  You do have the best of both worlds, if you are wanting to leave the boat for an adventure then you can do so, or simply stay on board and enjoy all of the facilities. It’s good to consider where you are docking on the cruise and contact the cruise company about accessibility, especially if you are wanting to go on the bus trips and tours.  I absolutely love going on the tours but if you are wanting a little relaxation it’s a good time to stay on the boat as its much quieter.  An excellent time to book in the spa or have a treatment.

I’d love to hear from you, where would you recommend when travelling with a disability?