On the beautiful southern cost of Costa del Sol, you’ll find the incredible town of Malaga. Known for its interesting loaded history, yellow-sand beaches and fascinating skyline that includes 2 massive hilltop citadels, the Alcazaba and ruined Gibralfaro, Malaga offers something for everyone! Disabled visitors to Malaga will enjoy being able to walk/roll to many different sights within the city center and be able to indulge in delicious Tapas and wine throughout the city.
Accessible Travel to Malaga
When you think about Milan, most likely, the fist thing that pops into your mind is the capital of fashion and shopping. The Lombardo region’s capital is indeed famous for its fashion weeks and many designer boutiques; however, Milan is much more than this!
Stroll along the historic Piazza del Duomo, the historic center which is the home to the largest Cathedral in Italy, Duomo di Milano. Visit the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, peppered with luxurious shops in magnificent arcades and a suburb dome made of glass and iron. Explore the famous Via Dante and enjoy unveiling the beauty of the Historic Sforza Castle built in 1358 – famous for having hosted Leonardo DaVinci workshops during the Renaissance period!
Located on Spain’s scenic Costa del Sol, the port city of Malaga is a treat for all visitors, including disabled travelers and their families. While the city is known for its high-rise hotels, resorts and yellow-sand beaches, it has so much more to offer. The old age of the city contributes to countless unique and interesting highlights including Roman ruins, charming plazas, well-preserved Spanish architecture and fascinating history.