Nature, culture, sport, beaches and gastronomy, an experience for everybody
The islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera are known for their own character and their varied offer and resources that we can find in the Balearic Islands.
We can also find variety among the guests visiting us: families traveling with a baby carriage, elderly visitors with physical or sensory disabilities, as well as younger persons, couples with or without disabilities, but with specific access needs.
For this reason, on the Balearic Islands we take into account the needs of all persons and provide all the necessary resources and services. The incorporation of amphibious seats and pedestrian catwalks on beaches like Es Pujols on Formentera, and the perfect accommodation of museums such as the Museo Puget in Ibiza, with hearing and sign guides to enable communication are some of the mechanisms to ensure the inclusion of guests with specific needs.
The Balearic Islands also offer routes for handicapped guests, such as the Finca Pública de Galatzó with the Handisport Foundation, in the middle of the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.