Wheelchair Accessible Round Tour to Valldemossa, Sa Foradada, and Soller hero

Highlights of this tour

  • The monastery with Chopin history
  • Sa Foradada town
  • Church of Sant Bartomeu (not accessible)
  • Port and promenade of Soller

Accessibility information

  • Use of adapted transport to go to the different highlights
  • The streets in Valldemossa are flat, with sometimes cobblestones
  • Soller is smooth but can be a bit hilly
  • Sa Foradada can have some uneven terrain

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Tour duration: 8 hours
  • English-speaking guide
  • Private adapted vehicle
  • Pick-up and drop-off at the port or your accommodation

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
Accessible Valldemossa and Sa Foradada
Accessible Valldemossa and Sa Foradada rock formation
Valldemossa street decoration

About this wheelchair accessible round tour to Valldemossa, Sa Foradada, and Soller


Your driver and private guide will meet you at the cruise port or your accommodation, with private adapted vehicle. The accessible round tour over the Island of Mallorca starts with a visit to Valldemossa. This is one the most beloved villages on the island, and today you will see why! Valldemossa is situated in the hills of the Tramuntana mountain range, not far from Palma, the capital. It is surrounded by beautiful nature, and you will see the lush green and forested countryside.

The landmark of Valldemossa is the historic 13th-century monastery, well-known because of its link to the Polish composer Frederic Chopin. Chopin spent a winter at the Real Cartuja (Royal Palace) with its gardens and church, together with his beloved one, the French writer Aurore Dupin. Aurore Dupin was better known under her alias George Sand. Enjoy this village with plenty of charming little streets, cafes, galleries and gift shops. Do not forget to look for a traditional family bakery and order the local specialty ‘coca de patata’. This translates as ‘potato cake’ and is a local specialty.

Sa Foradada

You continue along the coast and next is Sa Foradada. Wander around and go and see the special hole-in-the-wall rock formation by the water. Some say it resembles an elephant from afar. Enjoy the sights of the olive groves and paths flanked by lush pine trees and old sea caves.


The last stop of this accessible round tour takes you to Sollér, with its lush valleys, orange groves, mountains, and sea. When you arrive to the town square, there is something to see for everyone. Go have a coffee or a drink in one of the several tapas bars, or enjoy a fine selection at one of the pastry-shops. Try the local ice-cream and freshly squeezed orange juice. Oranges are typical here and very present in the local cuisine. On the main square, you find the impressive church of Sant Bartomeu, built in the 13th century. The church is not accessible as it has steps to enter.

Following on, you wander through the old town, with its many cozy alleyways and its typical Mediterranean feel. After Soller town, you head to the nearby port of Sollér. This is a wonderful little village in one of Mallorca’s most beautiful harbors. This town has the best of both worlds: magnificent mountain scenery and a gorgeous sea view.


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 the boat.

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, feel completely free 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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