Wheelchair Accessible Round Tour To Palma Valldemossa and Soller - approx. 8 hours

Highlights of this tour

  • Cathedral ‘La Seu’ in Palma
  • Palace de l’Almudaina
  • Bellver Castle
  • Palma Town Hall with 800-year-old olive tree
  • The monastery with Chopin history
  • Church of Sant Bartomeu (not accessible)
  • Port and promenade of Soller

Accessibility information

  • Use of adapted vehicle for transportation 
  • Palma is mostly flat and easily rollable
  • Valldemossa: mild cobblestones
  • Soller: can be hilly on occassion

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Tour duration: 8 hours
  • Private adapted vehicle
  • English-speaking guide
  • Pick-up at the cruise port or accommodation in Palma

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
  • Accessible sport experiences
La Seu Palma de Mallorca
Valldemossa royal palace
Soller church

About this Wheelchair Accessible Round Tour to Palma, Valldemossa, and Soller


Your driver and your guide will meet you at the cruise port or your accommodation, with private adapted vehicle. The day starts with a visit to the capital, Palma. Palma has a variety of sites, filled with history and architecture. You will spot both Moorish and European architectural influences throughout the city. La Seu is the nickname of the Gothic cathedral, which is the symbol of Palma. From your guide you will learn more detail about its history. 

After visiting the Cathedral and the Palace of l’Almudaina, you will have a scenic view over the harbor of Palma. Enjoy the sights and this is a perfect moment to take some panoramic pictures! High above the town, you will see Bellver Castle situated. It is a Gothic-style castle and dates back to the 14th century. It was originally built for King James II of Mallorca. This Castle is unique, as this is the only round castle in Spain. Next is the beautiful Town Hall. Over here, you can see the famous 800 years old olive tree and the King’s Gardens.


The second stop of the day is the town of Valldemossa. The village is very charming and loved by many locals, and after your visit, you will understand why! You will find Valldemossa in the hills of the Tramuntana range, not far from Palma. Valldemossa is situated in a beautiful nature surrounding, and you will see lots of forested hills and greenery.

The village is very famous for one particular sight: its historic 13th-century monastery. This monastery is famed for its link to the Polish composer Frederic Chopin. He spent a winter at the Real Cartuja (Royal Palace), with its beautiful gardens and the church, together with French writer Aurore Dupin. She was better known as her alias George Sand. Enjoy the history stories about these two and their relation to Valldemossa. The village itself is filled with charming little streets and plenty of cafes, galleries, and gift shops. And do not forget the variety of delicious local food to try over here. Find a traditional family bakery and order the local specialty ‘coca de patata’. This translates as ‘potato cake’ and is delicious!


Next on your accessible tour in Mallorca is Sollér. The town and its surroundings have lush valleys, orange groves, mountains, and sea. From the town square we will explore the Old Town, with its small alleys, many tapas bars and pastry shops. Try the local ice-cream and freshly squeezed orange juice. Oranges grow here on every street corner, and they are very present in the local food culture. An attraction not to be missed is the immense Gothic church of Sant Bartomeu. The church is not accessible as there are steps to enter. However only the outside façade is impressive enough.

After the Old Town of Sollér, you continue towards the nearby port of Sollér. This lies in one of Mallorca’s most beautiful harbors. This town has the best of both worlds: magnificent mountain scenery and a sea view decorated with beautiful beaches.


All these accessible sports experiences consist of a theoretical part and then the sport itself. You are always accompanied by a professional instructor who will show you the ropes. Before doing each sport, there is a test to pass to make sure there are no impediments.

Add an accessible land and sea excursion

This excursion takes you to the National Park of Cabrera with an accessible boat. The use of a Joelette, the Red Cross service, and a swim in an amphibious chair are all included. Lastly, you head to the stunning Blue Cave.

Add an accessible golf experience

With this accessible golf instruction, you get lessons first, and then you can practice your swing with the use of a para golfer.

Add an accessible sailing experience

Get to know the basics first on land and then head out to sea to practice your newfound skills. You will also have an amazing view of the Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca from your sailboat.

Add an accessible sailing on land experience

Sailing on land is a bit different from the standard sailing. While being on land, you move along on a vehicle on three wheels, making use of the wind.

Add an accessible scuba diving experience

Do you want to experience the feeling of being weightless? You will get instructions on the basics before you get into the water. Enjoy the experience of being able to breathe underwater, without any restrictions!

Add an accessible kayaking experience

After a personalized adaptation of the kayak, you learn how to steer one. Then, it is up to you and have fun on the water.

Add an accessible water skiing experience

With this unique accessible waterskiing activity, you will have the time of your life! The board is specially adapted to have an accessible waterskiing experience.

Add an accessible 4×4 Super four experience

On this tour, you will explore the beautiful UNESCO listed Tramuntana Mountains in Mallorca. You will do this by means of an accessible 4×4 Super four vehicle.

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