Our accessible Alicante guided tours grant travelers exploration of an ancient city in Spain, that is almost 7,000 years old. It was the site of many royal and military conquests, such as those by the Carthaginians, Romans and Castilians. Its beautiful architecture reflects its history, and its museums and landmarks tell its stories. Alicante is best known for its sky-scraping castles and mountains, gorgeous parks and residential areas, cathedrals and monasteries, and towers. As of 2016, it's the second-largest Valenciancity. We offer fully accessible shore excursions that will take you around and inside major attractions of this charming city, without having to worry about accessibility!
Accessible Travel to Alicante
The historic city of Alicante rests on the beautiful Mediterranean cost of Costa Blanca. Located at the foot of the Benacantil Mountain, Alicante is a popular cruise port but also attracts many tourists who stays for days or weeks, to enjoy the warm climate, picturesque harbor, numerous golf courses, tranquil beaches, delicious cuisine and many unique highlights.
On Spain’s Southeastern Costa Blanca coast, you will find the beautiful seaside city of Alicante. Peppered with colored houses, old narrow streets and sweeping water and hill views, disabled visitors to Alicante are in for a treat. This popular tourist destination sits on the foot of the medieval Castle of St. Barbara, a silent historic witness to the numerous civilizations to have settled here. The city’s historic quarter, located at the foot of the fortress, is the home to the emblematic Explanada de Espana, the Town Hall and the Alicante Central Market.