Six people with disabilities: a blind man, a deaf woman, a young man with Down’s syndrome and three wheelchair users. All of them are members of the Multicapacitats association, in Girona. They are accompanied by four tour guides representing Trescàlia.
Lloret de Mar is committed to the pictorisation of municipal facilities with pictograms adapted for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
The Costa Brava Girona Tourist Board has published the updated information on the accessibility measures offered by the beaches of the Costa Brava this summer. The document reviews the services offered by 52 beaches in the 20 towns along the Girona coastline from north to south, from Portbou to Blanes.
Swimming in the waters of the Costa Brava is the best remedy against the heat. Resting on the sand or putting your feet in the water, discovering the seabed by diving or sailing along the coastline in a sailing boat or a kayak. A wide range of possibilities adapted to all abilities.
Girona City Council’s Social Innovation Laboratory has printed several 3D models of the Cathedral of Girona and the Basilica of Sant Feliu.
The Costa Brava Inclusive Films Award is back. The Costa Brava Girona Tourist Board is organising the sixth edition of the awards for the best micro-films in video format on inclusive holidays in the Costa Brava or in the Girona Pyrenees.
The Costa Brava Girona Tourist Board is focusing on inclusion in 2021. Inclusive and Senior Tourism has therefore prepared three training and awareness-raising initiatives for this sector.
The Baix Empordà Regional Council organised the 1st Baix Empordà Inclusive Tourism Conference. It was attended by some forty people from the public and private tourism sector in the county.
Girona’s Campsites Association and MIFAS, an organisation that works for people with physical, organic, and sensory disabilities inclusion, signed an agreement last October with the aim of developing collaborative initiatives in the field of tourism accessibility and promoting inclusive tourism.