Accessible Wales

If you are planning a holiday in Wales and have a mobility impairment, then there are a number of ways to help you choose accommodation and activities that are suitable to your needs.

For the UK's biggest directory of accessible accommodation and travel visit and for finding accessible places for all to enjoy in Wales visit

The UK Voice for Accessible Tourism Check online for the location of public toilets that are part of the RADAR/National Key Scheme Information for disabled rail passengers travelling to Wales

Region specific accessibility

For regionally specific information on Accessibility where available, visit the appropriate website:- Visit Swansea Bay or Visit Cardiff.

Liam Holt and his partner and friend enjoying the cafe at Swansea's 360 Beach and Watersports

Accessibility in Wales

Broadcaster and disabled athlete Liam Holt enjoys 48 hours in Cardiff and Swansea.

Interior of Manaros self catering

Accessible North Wales

A great range of accommodation in North Wales for people with disabilities.

Couples walking in Borth

Walk Aberystwyth-Borth

David Atkinson walks the Wales Coast Path along the Ceredigion coast. (5 miles)

Linn Martinussen feeling the writing on the back of Alice's chair.

Visit Alice's Wonderland

A tour of Llandudno brings the world of Alice to life for journalist Linn Martinussen, who is blind.