Holiday in Huelva, holiday without barriers
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The Ancient Greeks believed the Atlantic was a river that surrounded the world. Huelva is an excellent viewpoint of the Atlantic. It has a wide variety of accessible hotels. Here are some suggestions.
People with disabilities have different accommodation options available in Huelva, of course, depending on the type of trip you are planning here. There are spaces that evade architectural barriers, guaranteeing you a memorable, comfortable and safe stay. Islantilla, Huelva, Cortegana and Isla Cristina are four essential destinations for a holiday without barriers.
A classic in Islantilla
Ilunion Islantilla, in Islantilla, has formed a part of the holiday landscape on the coast of Huelva for decades. The building that houses the hotel was created from the very beginning under the mandate of "tourism for all". Such is the case that it offers more than fifteen adapted rooms. Enjoying tourism in a wheelchair and relaxing while swimming in some of its swimming pools are possible: it has access lifts for both the outdoor and indoor pool. Although staff do not know sign language, audio information when stopping at floors in the lifts is offered. This is an important detail for the orientation of blind guests at this 4-star hotel, which is famous for its universal accessibility and having La Antilla Beach a stone's throw away.
Garden of senses in the mountains
Autochthonous flora is the star of the sensory garden at Hotel Sierra Luz, which has been specially designed for blind guests. It houses some plant species native to the natural heritage of the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche. The scent of rosemary and basil and the landscape of chestnut, poplar, black poplar and oak trees combine with aromatic plants and the hypnotising music of its small springs. This rural, 3-star hotel and apartment in Cortegana has been committed from the outset to accessible tourism, whatever your degree of disability or mobility. It can be felt, smelt, heard, touched and seen immediately.
Camping in Isla Cristina
The campsite, as it enables you to camp at ground level, connects you with the earth. Such is the case that it isn't difficult to imagine the very pleasant dream you could enjoy while napping under a tree. Located near beaches characterised by their unspoilt nature - and near a chameleon sanctuary - Camping Playa Taray, in Isla Cristina, is a second category campsite with lovely bungalows and a large expanse offering a wonderful stay. It is also welcoming to campers with disabilities, thanks to its accessible services and facilities.
In Huelva City
Think of a sunset at the the Riotinto Company Pier (popularly known as Muelle del Tinto): it's a 'must-see' in Huelva. Built between 1874 and 1875 - and renovated in the 1990s - it is one of the most symbolic examples of Andalusia's industrial heritage and it has spaces reserved for disabled persons. Once night falls, the perfect place for relaxation is Hotel Monte Conquero. This 3-star establishment is fully prepared to welcome travellers with special needs (disabled access, adapted rooms and facilities).