Accessible Gran Canaria Hero

Sun, sea, golden beaches, beautiful nature, water parks and beautiful sights. Gran Canaria has it all! It is therefore not surprising that this island is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe. In the capital Las Palmas you can watch the colonial Casa de Colón and eat delicious tapas in one of the many bars. Sun lovers settle down on one of the many sandy beaches, such as the lively Playa del Inglés and Playa Maspalomas. The latter is known for the sand dunes. Here you will find yourself in a desert. A walk/roll through the mountains in the interior of Gran Canaria is also worthwhile. And you can enjoy the beautiful views.

Explore this beautiful island with us with our wheelchair accessible tours. We have two 4-hour tours that show you the main highlights of Las Palmas. The Cathedral which is very beautiful from the inside and out, the covered local market, and much more. Soak up the historical surroundings, snap some pictures, and breathe the fresh air.

All itineraries are flexible. Would you like to go somewhere that is not listed below? Contact us and we will check options accordingly.


Palma de Mallorca square

Wheelchair Accessible Highlights of Las Palmas Gran Canaria – Approx. 4 hours

Discover the main highlights of Las Palmas during this 4 hours long tour. There is enough time to explore the Cathedral, Columbus house, and more.

Balconies of Teror

Wheelchair Accessible Teror, the Bandama Crater, and Aracas Gran Canaria – Approx. 4 hours

Explore the small town of Teror, which is a pilgrims destinations, the Bandama crater, the youngest volcano of the Canary Islands, and Aracas with its beautiful basilica, together with us during this four-hour-long tour.

Tours in Gran Canaria

A wheelchair accessible vehicle will be waiting for you upon arrival at the cruise terminal or your accommodation. Your experienced English-speaking guide will make you feel at home instantly. Your guide and driver know all the hidden gems in and around Gran Canaria. Together with your guide, you will experience the best and authentic local attractions, the beautiful nature, and enjoy a very special day.

About Gran Canaria

Just like the other Canary Islands, Gran Canaria also has a volcanic origin. You can see that clearly reflected in the landscape in various places. The island has a round shape where the center is mountainous and the coast is hilly. A large part of the island originated millions of years ago. An estimated 1000 square kilometers (two-thirds) has arisen somewhere between 9 and 14 million years ago. Geologists estimate that this process lasted around two hundred thousand years. The surface mainly consisted of alkali basalt. Subsequently, the volcano mainly added trachyte, phonolite, and peralkaline rocks to the surface of Gran Canaria. This was followed by a long period (approximately 4 million years) of erosion. Between about 3.4 to 4.5 there was a second cycle of volcanic eruptions. This is called the “Roque Nublo cycle”. During these shorter emission cycles, mainly domestic peaks, such as Roque Nublo, have arisen. The third cycle started around 2.8 million years ago and is still officially underway. The last eruptions took place around 3500 years ago. Therefore this means there is a so-called sleeping volcano. After all, no clear cycle can be observed and there has been no activity for a long number of years. So a volcano eruption can potentially occur. That can be today, but also in thousands of years.

The island is relatively green. Before the Spanish settled on the island, the landscape was mainly dominated by forests. In recent centuries, however, enormous deforestation has taken place as a result of logging, giving Gran Canaria the dubious honor of being the most deforested island of the Canary Islands. Reforestation ensures that the amount of trees increases again, and the beautiful island begins to recover from a prolonged period of deforestation.