Wales is an inclusive nation. We're proud of what our country has to offer and we want to share it with the widest possible audience. That's why you'll find an astonishing selection of accessible things to do and places to stay wherever you go. Whether you want to explore some of the more than 600 castles that dot our landscape, soak up the sun on a wheelchair-accessible beach, make a splash on a surfboard or immerse yourself in culture at one of our many museums and galleries, we've got you covered.

Accessible adventures

Mobility issues, learning difficulties or visual or hearing impairments are no barrier to a fun and memorable time in Wales. Watch the video below to find out about some of the accessible activities you can enjoy here, or check out our article about accessible activities across Wales.

Visit Wales accessible adventure - watersports and activities for all abilities

Venues in Wales are working hard to improve accessibility on all fronts. One example is the increasing availability of British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation at events and attractions for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Find out more with our guide to BSL attractions and events in Wales

Accessible activities and accommodation for all

There's a wide range of disabled-friendly holiday options across Wales. You can take your pick from accommodation choices including wheelchair accessible hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses. There's also a wealth of attractions and activities suitable for all types of visitors, giving everyone the opportunity to get out and about all over the country. The accommodation links below have up to date listings and information.

Accessible accommodation across Wales

Exterior of a group of white painted holiday bungalows.
Exterior of a stone cottage with flower tubs outside.

Canaston Oaks, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, West Wales and Y Bwythyn at Bryn Dowsi Cottages, Conwy, North Wales

Accessible activities and attractions

A young person riding a horse.
A lady in a mobility scooter and her dog crossing over a stone bridge.
A man guiding a child in a ski-pram down an artificial ski slope.

Accessible activities at Mount Pleasant Riding for the Disabled centre, Bridgend, trails in Elan Valley and adapted snow sports at Pembrey Ski Centre in Pembrokeshire.

Useful websites for accessible holidays

There are a number of websites which provide excellent information on finding a suitable place to stay or visit in Wales depending on your requirements. 

Tourism For All: Providing information about accessible travel and accommodation.

Search for a Changing Places toilet

You can also search our website to find accessible accommodation, activities, attractions and events in Wales.

All-terrain beach wheelchair hire in Wales

In many places around our coast, you can hire beach wheelchairs. With all-terrain wheels, they give wheelchair users and those with limited mobility the opportunity to experience some of our most beautiful beaches.

Three people using beach wheelchairs at Whitmore Bay beach.
A lady using a beach wheelchair being pushed by another lady on a beach.

Using beach wheelchairs at Whitmore Bay, Barry, South Wales and in Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Travelling to Wales for disabled visitors

Whether you're travelling by car, bus, train or plane, there are plenty of accessible ways to make your way to Wales. Check out our Getting to Wales guide for full details.

Discover more about accessible Wales

There's much more to learn about accessible travel in Wales, including first-hand accounts from those who have experienced the country for themselves.

Adrian Jones, a Wales-based photographer with Cerebral Palsy, has been taking pictures since he was eight years old. He shares some of has favourite accessible Welsh photo spots in Life through my lens. And using her wheelchair and trike, Amanda Harris has taken on an epic journey to navigate and explore the accessible sections of the Wales Coast Path.

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