All our private tours and shore excursions are suitable for wheelchair users, scooter users, slow walkers, and non-disabled travelers. See the old town of Chania, Rethymna and Iraklion. Discover the historical site Knossos or visit an impressive aquarium all on the island of Crete. Would you like to visit this beautiful piece of heaven on earth, please contact us.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE HERAKLION (IRAKLION)
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE TOURS IN HERAKLION
During this wheelchair accessible tour, you discover all the secrets of the sea in the CretAquarium. Additionally, you visit the impressive Koules fortress. This tour includes a private driver-guide and adapted transport.
This guided accessible tour takes you to the ancient Knossos palace and the modern city of Iraklion. If desired, you can add the archaeological museum to your tour. Enjoy this tour with a private driver-guide and adapted transportation.
During this wheelchair accessible tour, you get to uncover all the secrets the palace of Knossos, the city of Iraklion, and Rethymno are hiding from you. The tour includes a private guide and wheelchair accessible transport.
Tours in Heraklion
Heraklion is one of the cities on the island of Crete that has a big cruise port. From this port, we offer wheelchair-accessible transfers and incredible shore excursions. Our tours are also available from your accommodation. Click on the tours for more information and to book.
Heraklion is a lively city. Due to its central location, good connections with the mainland, and Europe and the presence of many hotels, Heraklion is usually the starting point of a Crete trip. The city offers a lot of variety; busy shopping streets, many terraces on squares, the colorful daily market, and of course, eateries with Cretan specialties. Although at first sight, the noisy and dusty atmosphere of the city can cause a disappointment, Heraklion is a city with character.
Stroll along the harbor, the old Venetian ramparts, the lively market, and the shopping streets. Get to see the Morosini Fountain, the beautiful churches such as the Agios Minas and Agios Titos, the large freedom square, and the impressive archaeological museum. After seeing all these magnificent places, you will agree: Heraklion is a lovely city that lives! The fact that tourism is mostly dominating this part of the island does not change that.