Basque Country Hero

Our private tours in Bilbao & San Sebastian are suitable for wheelchair users, scooter users, and slow walkers. All our accessible tours are flexible and can be adapted according to your interests and needs. A perfect way to spend your time once disembarking from your cruise ship or staying in the city.

We have several tour options in Bilbao and San Sebastian. Our popular full-day tour introduces you to the most important places and sights in and around Bilbao. Highlights include the Old City and New Bilbao, a visit to the internationally acclaimed Guggenheim museum, visits to Artxanda Hill, and views of Gaztelugatxe island, with its little chapel. Following along the coastal route, you visit Mundaka. During the coastal journey, you can enjoy surfers riding the waves, a very spectacular sight. Or you can enjoy a gastronomical enlightening experience in San Sabastian. A walking/rolling tour through the city where you learn everything there is to know about this stunning destination, all while you try the famous local pintxo’s (Basque Tapas). From traditional tapas to experimental versions. Click on the tours for more information.

Want to find the perfect accessible accommodation during your visit? Click here to see a list of options.


Suspension bridge Bilbao

Wheelchair Accessible Bilbao City Tour – Approx. 5 hours

From Bilbao City Center or Bilbao Cruise Port

Bilbao has transformed itself tremendously over the past few years, evolving into the friendly but cosmopolitan and bustling city it is today. This day passes along the buildings and landmarks that have made the city famous.

Guggenheim Bilbao

Wheelchair Accessible Bilbao, Guggenheim, and the Basque Coast – Approx. 8 hours

From Bilbao City Center or Bilbao Cruise Port

Discover everything about Bilbao and its surroundings during this eight hours tour. You will see the spectacular Guggenheim with an inside private guided visit, the ‘titanium building,’ and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. Including views of the Basque coast.

Bilbao Old Center

Wheelchair Accessible Basque Tapas tour San Sebastian – Approx. 3 hours

From San Sebastian City Center

During this tour, you will get to know San Sebastian culinary side, while seeing this beautiful city. Your guide brings you to the best places for you to taste a great selection of miniature bites, from traditional to modern and experimental pintxos.

Buen Pastor San Sebastian

Wheelchair Accessible City tour + Basque tapas San Sebastian – Approx. 4 hours

From San Sebastian City Center

Discover San Sebastian with us and visit the most emblematic spots in the city. While you stroll through the pretty streets of San Sebastian, you learn about the local history and traditions and eat local delicacies.

gaztelugatxe san sebastian

Wheelchair Accessible San Sebastian and Basque coast – Approx. 8 hours

From San Sebastian City Center

Do you have an extra day to spend or want to get out of the city of Bilbao? Visit the different traditional towns located by the waters of the Cantabrian Sea and taste delicious pintxos with us during this eight-hour tour.

Tours in Bilbao & San Sebastian

Bilbao, one of the great treasures of the Basque Country offers much for the day visitor and those staying longer. Visit Bilbao and San Sebastian with us, taking in breath-taking architecture (works by Frank Gehry, Santiago Calatrava and Philippe Starck), exploring the quaint old town with opportunities to experience Basque cuisine at its best in one of the many quality restaurants and cafes, and relaxing in some of the many plazas with a glass of wine to hand. The Basque Country is a fascinating part of Spain, with unique traditions, a native language that is widely spoken in addition to Spanish and a populace of friendly welcoming people. Explore Bilbao with Disabled Accessible Travel and be assured of a warm welcome and unique experience.

About Bilbao & San Sebastian

The Basque Country is a region full of contrasts with something for all tastes, depending on where you are. Everywhere is a cultural offering thanks to various first-class festivals. The Basque Country is also characterized by an abundance of cultural heritage, including the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.

The love of good food and drink is a characteristic of Basque culture. This can be seen everywhere: in the markets, at people’s homes, in restaurants and at the cooking clubs. Visitors can choose between traditional cuisine, with first-class ingredients, and innovative cuisine with a very personal stamp, which is famous far beyond the border. Many choices for all tastes. It is clear that Basque people love quality food, and for many locals, eating and drinking is one of their main pastimes.