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All our private tours and shore excursions are suitable for wheelchair users, scooter users, slow walkers, and non-disabled travelers. Explore the most impressive part of the Galician coast, Artabra, and enjoy the spectacular view from Cap Ortigueira. See the Vixia Herbeira lighthouse or explore the medieval city of Santiago de Compostela and its charming Old Town. Furthermore, we offer a tour to La Coruña through a panoramic drive. When you wish to visit a site that is not listed below, please contact us as the itineraries are flexible.


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Wheelchair Accessible Artabra Coast Tour – Approx. 8 hours

During this Coastal Tour between La Coruña and Ortigueira, you learn more about the Celtic roots of Galicia. Breogán is considered to be the founder of La Coruña and is known for building the original Tower of Hercules, the oldest surviving lighthouse in the world.

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Wheelchair Accessible Santiago de Compostela, Betanzos, and La Coruña Tour – Approx. 8 hours

In a scening one hour drive, you head to the old town of Santiago de Compostela to visit the city and attend a mass. Besides that, you visit the ancient towns of Betanzos and La Coruña with its Tower of Hercules.

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Wheelchair Accessible La Coruña, Betanzos, Pontedeume, and Miño tour – approx. 4 hours

You get a panoramic tour of La Coruña, the famous harbor city that never lost its links to the Celtic and Roman heritage. Other stops you make on your trip are Betanzos, Pontedeume, and Miño. You end the day back in La Coruña with a visit to one of the fortresses.

Tours in La Coruña

A wheelchair accessible vehicle waits for you upon arrival. Your experienced English-speaking guide makes you feel at home instantly. He knows all the hidden gems in and around the La Coruña. With him, you experience the best local attractions and enjoy an extraordinary day.

About La Coruña

La Coruna is a large resort town in the northwest of Spain and a city with a rich history. The population of the city counted 246 thousand people in 2009 and is considered the richest region in Galicia – an autonomous community of Spain.

In the city, you find many thriving industries such as well-developed oil processing, shipbuilding, aluminum, textile and food industries, fishing, and the manufacturing of weapons. Besides these industries, La Coruña offers many architectural attractions. There is a lighthouse that dates from the Roman Empire that still works, and there are several Roman Churches and imposing houses with fully glasses balconies.