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Accessible Destinations Canary Islands

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Playa Del Ingles

This is one of the more family-oriented resorts that grew from a small fishing port into the gorgeous destination it is today.
Gran Canaria’s Puerto Rico is the place to visit for fun, sun and a carefree accessible holiday. Suitable for families, couples and groups alike, this modern-feel resort supplies visitors with a great nightlife as well as countless things to do during the day, not least the opportunity to lie back on the sand and enjoy some rest and recuperation.

7 nights / 8 days from £500 p/p
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Lanzarote Matagordo

Matagorda is the ideal place for a relaxing disabled accessible holiday, while remaining close enough to the far busier Puerto del Carmen if holidayers crave a more lively experience.
This resort’s beach offers fine sand and a rewarding absence of overcrowding. Windsurfers relish the warm wind that often caresses the shoreline, while others simply prefer to sunbathe and enjoy the tranquility.

7 nights / 8 days from £500 p/p
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Fuerteventura

Known by some as the “Beach of the Canaries”, Fuerteventura certainly lives up to its nickname with over 90 miles of sand and 3,000 hours of sunshine every year. There are over 150 beaches to enjoy in Fuerteventura, the second largest of the Canary Islands.
Fuerteventura dates back to a volcanic eruption 20 million years ago. It is an island of rugged natural beauty as well as fully developed tourist facilities, and offers a good combination of accessibility and unspoilt terrain to marvel over. It is also a Unesco Biosphere Reserve since 2009.

7 nights / 8 days from £500 p/p
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Tenerife

The Costa Adeje is one of the newer resorts in Tenerife, and while there is a large commercial centre it is quieter than some of the other nearby resorts and certainly more chic.
The beaches in Costa Adeje are for the most part newer and have better onshore and offshore facilities than much of the rest of Tenerife, which will be appealing draws to the more discerning tourist on an accessible holiday. The coastline is lined with luxurious hotels and attractions, and beyond these the Costa Adeje opens up to provide quality restaurants serving fantastically cooked cuisines from a wide range of different cultures.

7 nights / 8 days from £500 p/p