In the Malaga's province, bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, its warm temperatures make visiting it recommendable at any time of the year.
It is one of the tourist destinations that strives to implement accessibility in its architecture, urban spaces, and public services as Malaga seeks to be a city for all. In it, you can enjoy an adapted trip thanks to its monuments and museums accessible and its beaches adapted for people with reduced mobility (PRM), among others.
In the web of the City Hall of Malaga, you can find a Guide of Accessible Itineraries in the center of Malaga that offers information on the level of accessibility of different spaces and buildings in Malaga.
Some of the recommended places for accessible tourism are:
The Museum dedicated to the artist Pablo Picasso, the most important of the 20th century, in the Buenavista Palace, has an access for persons with reduced mobility (PRM) marked with the International Symbol of Accessibility (ISA) and located on the same facade, to the left of the main door. Dispose of an elevator to access the upper floors and adapted toilet.
The document Monuments, museums, and points of accessible interest to all offer more information starting on page 83.
The Malaga´s province counts with an important legacy as far as monuments are concerned. For this reason the Monumental Itinerary proposes four accessible routes through the emblematic monuments of Malaga: the first route goes from Marina´s Square to the Consulate House; the second route from the Bridge of Santo Domingo to the Martyrs´ Church; the third route from Santa María Street to the Marques de la Sonora Palace; and finally, the fourth route goes from the Paseo del Parque to La Farola.
You can consult more information in the Monumental Itinerary.
Some of the accessible beaches that you can find are La Misericordia in Malaga´s capital and El Dedo Beach in El Palo. These beaches have amphibious chairs, floatation material, amphibious crutches, locker rooms and accessible hammock area and support staff during the summer months.
In this page, it offers more information about accessible beaches.
Botanical – Historical Garden La Concepción
This beautiful garden has more than one hundred and fifty years of history and is located at the north entrance of the city of Malaga. It is one of the few gardens with subtropical climate plants that exist in Europe. There are places reserved for people with reduced mobility (PRM) in the outdoor parking of the botanical garden, bathrooms and access and adapted zones.
In the Botanical Itinerary, you can consult more information.
Source: Itinerarios Accesibles Ciudad de Málaga, Actividades Playas Ayuntamiento de Málaga.
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