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Una vista panorámica de las montañas del Parque Natural de las Cabeceras del Ter y el Fresser. En el cielo, luce un arcoíris. Imagen de Óscar Domínguez.

2021: transformation, resilience and inclusion

Inclusive and senior tourism is a transversal factor of the tourist offer that is becoming more and more important. It is a brand and destination strategy that generates differential value and quality. For this reason, in 2021, the Costa Brava Girona Tourist Board is making a definitive commitment to it. Various awareness-raising and training actions are planned, as well as actions to communicate good practices.

The Girona Pyrenees, an accessible destination

The Girona Pyrenees are a totally advisable destination for people in wheelchair or with reduced mobility. It is not us who say that, but Daphnée Cagnane, Armelle Maignan and Marie Vampouille, three French bloggers in wheelchair that work for accessibility. At the beginning of March, they had the opportunity to spend six days in the inland area of the Costa Brava. They were accompanied by Stéphanie Xeuxet, managing director of the association Action Handicap France, an organisation that works to raise awareness, training and diagnosis related to accessibility.

Una vista de la façana de la catedral de Girona des del peu de la gran escalinata que la precedeix. La façana de l’edifici és barroca i té una gran rosassa a la part superior. Imatge de JD Andrews.

Inclusive tours around Girona this summer

Getting to know Girona with a tourist guide allows you to discover the city from different perspectives: cultural, artistic, natural, historical… From July 4 to September 12, Girona City Council organizes about forty free guided tours.