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The Island of Accessible Tourism.

Tenerife is the second most popular travel destination for people with reduced mobility, just behind Florida in terms of preference. Every year, thousands of visitors with disabilities choose this destination to enjoy an accessible and inclusive holiday.

In 1993, the Cabildo of Tenerife established the Island Society for the Promotion of People with Disabilities, known as SINPROMI. This entity's mission is to forge a barrier-free society, with the ambitious aim of establishing itself as the European standard for accessible tourism and cultural enrichment, where everyone can fully enjoy the wonders the island has to offer.

Tenerife has taken significant steps to ensure that its facilities and services are inclusive and accessible to all. From tourist attractions to leisure facilities, from buildings to transportation services and restaurants, all have been carefully classified to ensure that they meet accessibility requirements.

The classification of services is done in three categories:

Accessible” denotes those that meet functional and size criteria that ensure autonomous use for people with disabilities, limited mobility or communication difficulties.

Practicable” refers to spaces, facilities, or services that do not meet all the requirements to be considered accessible, but can be used by individuals with disabilities, mobility limitations or communication difficulties, with the assistance of another person.

In contrast, “Inaccessible” refers to places or facilities that are considered ineligible for visitation by individuals with disabilities, mobility limitations or communication difficulties.

This dedication to accessibility has made Tenerife an exemplary destination for those seeking an all-around accessible holiday. Not only does it offer natural beauty and rich culture, but it also provides the peace of mind of knowing that all visitors are welcome and can fully enjoy all that the island has to offer.

The Jewels of the Islands


Vista aérea del municipio de Arona en Tenerife
Vista aérea del municipio de Arona en Tenerife

The territory of Arona includes the towns in the south of the island such as Los Cristianos, Playa de las Americas, Las Galletas, Costa del Silencio, as well as the city of Arona itself. It is positioned as the second favorite destination worldwide for tourists with mobility limitations, just behind Florida, and has been awarded for its beaches with accessible facilities.

Arona encompasses all types of services and facilities, dismantling architectural barriers present in public streets, public and private buildings, transportation systems, telecommunications and entertainment and tourism facilities.

Thanks to the various actions implemented to eliminate architectural limitations, major resorts such as Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos now have a series of barrier-free public walkways, facilitating mobility for all.


Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife's main city, offers a rich cultural diversity, commercial establishments and exciting sporting activities. The city provides a wide range of options for visitors facing mobility limitations. Its spacious seaside promenade, squares, gardens, parks, and museums are mostly accessible, as are the three tour buses available, ideal if you choose to explore the city for sightseeing.


The Universal Accessibility Certificate confirms the suitability of an entity to provide a system that ensures equal opportunities in terms of accessibility for all people, regardless of age or disability.

Tramway: This system in Tenerife holds the title of being the first in Spain to achieve Universal Accessibility certification. Information points, ticket sales areas and passenger movement are barrier-free. The Tenerife tramway, with two lines in service, links and communicates the main places of interest in the metropolitan area of the island, between the municipalities of Santa Cruz and La Laguna. The height of the floor and the exits of the tramway coincide with the level of access from the street, in addition to having designated spaces for wheelchairs.

Buses: The urban transportation company Titsa offers adapted buses with continuous surfaces and electric ramps, as well as buses equipped with wheelchair lifts. All three tourist buses in Santa Cruz are accessible.

Airports: All airports in Spain comply with the EC1107/2006 regulation of the European Parliament and offer an assistance service for disabled travellers. To access this service, a reservation is required 48 hours in advance. Upon arrival at the airport, it is necessary to go to the pre-established meeting point or identify one of the marked meeting points to notify your arrival and request assistance. For more information, visit the Aena website.

Cabs: Several cab companies provide vehicles with wheelchair access ramps and allow the person to travel in his or her own wheelchair on equal terms with other passengers.

Radio Taxi Adeje
Tel. 922 715 407

Parada Arico
Tel. 922 768 278

Radio Taxi Arona. Servitaxi
Tel. 922 747 511

Radio Taxi Candelaria. Servitaxi
Tel. 902 205 002 - 922 378 999

Radio Taxi El Sauzal
Tel. 922 561 065

Radio Taxi adapted
Tel. 922 397 475 - 922 395 969 (oficina)

Adapted taxi Xosé Antón
Tel. 686 227 755

Tel. 922 378 999 - 902 205 002

Adapted Taxi (Carmen Rosa)
Tel. 922 828 120 - 661 570 529

Adapted Taxi Eufrónio Socas. Servitaxi
Tel. 922 330 174 - 922 323 737 - 646 369 214

Cooperativa de San Telmo
Tel. 922 385 818 y/o 650 770 994

Tel. 902 205 002 - 922 378 999

Radio Taxi La Laguna
Tel. 922 255 555

Cooperativa Radio Taxi- DACIL

La Laguna ( Santa Cruz de Tenerife )


Adapted taxi de Carmelo González
Tel. 609 970 858

Adapted taxi de José Flores
Tel. 616 575 497

Adapted taxi de María del Mar Fuentes
Tel. 629 132 269

Radio Taxi Santa María
Tel. 902 113 122 - 662 686 655 (Juan Manuel García)

Adapted taxi Edelmiro San Miguel Moralejo
Tel. 656 953 403

Adapted taxi Conrado Meneses
Tel. 607 886 066

Eugenio (Particular)
Tel. 607612816

Gregorio (Particular)
Tel. 609867581

Stop Los Gigantes
Tel. 922 861 627

Adapted taxi
Tel. 922 570 800 y/o 670 802 424

Car rental: In Tenerife, three main companies offer wheelchair-adapted cars

Rent-a-car Hermanns in Los Cristianos.

Hertz with offices at both airports and one in Costa Adeje.

Cicar, with offices in the north, south and Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

Adapted Red Cross transportation: The Provincial Assembly of the Spanish Red Cross in Tenerife has distributed, throughout the different municipalities of the island, FORD TRANSIT type vehicles equipped with lifting platforms for wheelchair access. Each vehicle has a capacity of three wheelchairs and four ambulant passengers. This service is provided upon request to the Provincial Red Cross Transportation Coordination Center.


Discretionary transportation: At present, there are several companies of discretionary road transportation with accessible units for people with reduced mobility and/or wheelchair users:

Orobus, S.L.
Avda. Ámsterdam, 8 Los Cristianos
38650 Arona
Tel. 922 750 289 - Fax 922 750 283

Pérez y Cairós
Ctra. Gral. Tacoronte-Tejina, 63 (Valle Guerra)
38270 La Laguna
Tel. 922 541 351 - Fax 922 150 444

Transportes Barrera Chinea
C/ Las Loas, 5, Las Veredillas
38107 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Tel. 922 611 684 - 922 611 989 - Fax 922 623 354

Avda. República Argentina, 76
38208 La Laguna
Tel. 922 252 548 - Fax 922 259 833

Best destinations in terms of transportation: Santa Cruz, La Laguna, Puerto de la Cruz, Los Cristianos and Las Americas.

Rental of scooters and electric devices: To improve travel on the island, people with reduced mobility have the option of renting electric vehicles or state-of-the-art mobility systems, which allow them to travel comfortably and without fatigue.

In the same vein, in unforeseen situations, such as breakdowns or temporary needs for wheelchairs or other assistive mobility devices, there are companies that offer these items both for sale and for rent.

Scooter Rental Vehicle - Wheelchairs

LeRo Minusvál S.L.
Tfno. (+34) 922 750 289 - Fax (+34) 922 750 283
Avenida Amsterdam 8 - Edf. Mar y Sol
38650 Los Cristianos / Arona

Tfno. 922 797 355 (solo hablan en inglés)
Avda. Amsterdam, Edif. Arco Iris, Cristian Sur
Los Cristianos - Arona

Tfno. 922 39 30 98
Avda. Santa Cruz, nº 66 Edif. Atogo local 5

Tfno. 922 38 90 13
C/ El Peñón, 9
38400 Puerto de la Cruz

As for mobility devices, I want to thank our partner and friend Paolo from Canary Movilidad. I can't help but mention the incredible work he has been doing for years, his attitude and customer service are on another level, not to mention the top quality of his products.

In his store, they always have available these amazing electric devices ready for us to enjoy them all over the island. Paolo and his team make sure they are in perfect condition to start the fun in a matter of minutes. If you need a great way to get around and explore, don't hesitate to have a look at the options Paolo offers, trust me, you won't be disappointed!

Here is the link to his INSTAGRAM profile.

Triride Electric Rental Device — Handbike Tribike

Canary Movilidad
Tfno. +34 642 61 99 25
C.C. Zentral Center
Av. Arquitecto Gomez Cuesta, 22, Arona, Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Accessible Beaches

Thanks to the collaboration between Sinpromi and the island's authorities, Tenerife's beaches present an ideal and obstacle-free configuration for all bathing enthusiasts. Specifically, the Arona area has been recognized for its outstanding beach access facilities.

Los Cristianos boasts the longest unimpeded promenade in Europe, covering an extension of 7 kilometres. Its beach is characterized by lacking obstacles and having both fixed and roll-up wooden walkways, access ramps with a 6% slope, parking near the beach with designated parking spaces, implements such as crutches and amphibious chairs, rest areas with umbrellas and the necessary assistance to enter the sea in comfort.

Tenerife beaches with accessible facilities:

Arona - Playa de las Vistas, Playa de Los Cristianos
Adeje - Playa de Troya, Playa de Torviscas, Playa Fañabé, Playa el Duque
Arico - Playa de El Porís
Candelaria - Playa de Punta Larga, Playa de la Arena, Playa del Muelle
El Rosario - Playa de Radazul, Playa de la Nea
Granadilla de Abona - Playa de El Médano
Guía de Isora - Playa San Juan, Playa de la Jaquita
Güímar - Playa de El Cabezo
Icod de los Vinos - Playa de San Marcos
Los Realejos - Playa de El Socorro
Puerto de la Cruz - Playa Jardín
Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Playa de Las Teresitas
San Cristobal de La Laguna - Piscina Natural Punta de Hidalgo, Piscina Natural de Bajamar
Santiago del Teide - Playa la Arena, Playa de Los Guíos
Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Playa de Las Teresitas
Tacoronte - Playa de La Arena, Piscina Natural Mesa del Mar

In the PDF, you can find information for each of these beaches, indicating whether they have these services:

  • Reserved parking

  • Access ramp

  • Showers, toilets and/or changing rooms

  • Boardwalks

  • Rest areas

  • Amphibious wheelchair

  • Amphibious crutches

  • Bathing support service

  • Beach conditions

Info and services of the beaches in Arona:
Daily service (all year round).
Hours from 10 to 18 hrs.
Individual reservations (24 hours in advance).

There are 3 ways to book:
Calling the Citizen Attention Service 922 76 16 00 (Monday to Friday from 8 to 20 h. and Saturdays from 9 to 14 h.).
By email through the website
Directly on the same day at the Red Cross surveillance post in the accessible area.

Useful information:
Users should be accompanied.
Children and people with mental disabilities must be accompanied by an adult.

Cultural activities

Tenerife treasures a wealth of history that is worth exploring through the island's historical and natural archives during your visit. In the capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, you will find multiple museums adapted and designed specifically to welcome all visitors:

The Museum of History and Anthropology of Tenerife takes you back to 200 BC when the Guanches first inhabited the island. The museum is divided into two main areas of study: Natural Sciences and Archaeology. It is fully accessible, with facilities designed for blind and deaf visitors. It includes sign language guides connected to induction loops, audio guides with descriptions for the blind and informative guides with enlarged print and Braille. All areas of the museum, including permanent exhibits, restaurants, restrooms and elevators, are accessible. However, assistance may be required to use the car park. Wheelchairs and strollers are also available.
Visit for more information.

TEA, Tenerife Espacio de Arte: Founded in 2008, this space has become an important contemporary art centre in the Canary Islands. Since then, it has hosted artistic, cinematographic and musical proposals, with works by Warhol, Ansel Adams, Patti Smith, Carlos Schwartz, Dorothea Lange and Henry Moore, among others. It also has on deposit the Ordóñez Falcón Photography Collection, one of the most significant private collections in Europe, and the largest collection of the surrealist painter Óscar Domínguez from Tenerife. It presents permanent and temporary art exhibitions. The centre is wheelchair accessible, with access to all galleries and levels. It also has a children's library and accessible toilets in several, though not all, areas. The store is “accessible”, while the cafeteria is “non-accessible”.

The Auditorium de Tenerife Adán Martín, an emblematic architectural work of the Canary Islands, impresses visitors to Santa Cruz de Tenerife with its modernity. Although it is not fully accessible, its architectural splendour never ceases to amaze. Adapted walkways and access points have been provided, including a lift from the car park. However, it is important to note that much of the auditorium requires assistance for access. You can get more information on their website:

The Museum of Nature and Man, located in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, stands out as one of the most significant exhibitions today, representing the valuable archaeological and natural heritage of the Canary Islands Archipelago in particular and Macaronesia in general. One of its most outstanding achievements, which has given it worldwide recognition, is its extensive collection of mummies belonging to the ancient inhabitants of the Canary Islands. In addition, the museum has one of the most rigorous systems in terms of conservation and presentation of mummified human remains in the world.

The Museum of Science and the Cosmos, located in San Cristobal de La Laguna, is one of the most entertaining museums in Tenerife. In its facilities, both children and adults can enjoy a planetarium and a variety of interactive activities. From puzzles and logic games to optical illusions and the opportunity to touch a real meteorite, the museum offers learning opportunities through experimentation in every corner. This museum in Tenerife encourages fun and play with science and seeks to show how it is part of everyday life. Its permanent exhibition is divided into areas that explore topics such as the Sun, the Earth, the human body and the Universe. In addition, the museum regularly organizes activities for adults who wish to learn astronomical techniques and astronomy camps for the youngest visitors.

The Santa Clara Museum of Sacred Art, is located in La Laguna, north of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Offers a tour of the convent's architecture, exhibiting sculptures, paintings, engravings, documents, and other religious relics accumulated over the 400 years of existence of the Poor Clare community. In addition to being a museum, the building is also a monastery and has a projection room that presents an explanatory video about the history, convent life and the museum's collection. Six rooms house various works of art, and other spaces show some culinary utensils used in the past by the nuns.

The museum offers an explanatory guide for visitors interested in religious art. Visits are available on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays for three euros, and tickets can be purchased at the museum's reception desk. The City Council of La Laguna has provided an informative pocket guide to promote knowledge of this sacred art. Since the museum is located in the centre of the municipality, it is easy to find parking and restaurants nearby to enjoy a meal.

You can get more information on the website

The Palmetum, located on the eastern tip of the island and just 20 minutes walk from the capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, is a beautiful natural oasis covering 12 hectares of gently sloping, undulating terrain. This green space is the largest in the city and is home to the finest collection of palm trees in Europe. Visitors can explore landscapes that include waterfalls, lakes, and rock formations while enjoying breathtaking sea views from several lookout points. This secret corner is completely removed from the hustle and bustle of the city.

What was once a rubbish dump has been transformed into a magnificent botanical garden with more than 2,000 plant species. Among them are nearly five hundred palms from various parts of the world, such as the Caribbean, New Caledonia, Indochina, and New Guinea. The Palmetum boasts the largest collection of tropical palms on the planet and presents its flora in 14 biogeographical sections that visitors can comfortably walk through in just over an hour and a half. The jewel of the Palmetum is its octagonal shade house, an exotic site that provides the necessary humid environment for certain specimens.

Magma Arte & Congresos is a multidisciplinary building, located in the south of the island. Which combines both a congress and convention center, as well as a venue for cultural activities such as exhibitions, modern and classical music concerts, theatre, and opera. It was inaugurated in November 2005.

The Adrián Alemán de Armas Municipal Library is located in the heart of the historic center of La Laguna. The building itself has a history dating back to 1507, when it functioned as the Hospital de Nuestra Señora de los Dolores. Today, this building is classified as an Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC) in the Monument category. Next to the library is the Church of Los Dolores. It is important to note that all the services offered by the library are completely free of charge. In addition, the consultation of the bibliographic materials of all sections is open to the public without the need to have a user card.

The Teatro Leal in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, commissioned by Antonio Leal in 1915 and designed by architect Antonio Pintor, is a building that exhibits a distinctive eclectic style. Its façade is characterized by the abundance of floral decorative elements, animal figures and characters, all created by the artist López Ruiz. Inside, the impressive mural paintings on the walls and ceiling, works of art by both López Ruiz and Manuel Verdugo, stand out.

The Teatro El Sauzal, after a recent renovation in 2019 has become a leading cultural center in the north of Tenerife and boasts fully accessible facilities. It can accommodate 445 seated spectators.

Hiking and Outdoor Activities

Having a disability does not mean giving up enjoying the wonderful leisure and sporting activities on the island. The Tenerife tourist office and various regional projects have collaborated to organize inclusive expeditions, even to places that at first glance may seem inaccessible.

In the Teide National Park, one of the perfectly enabled trails is the Roque de Caramujo. You can also walk along the Alto de Guamazo trail, with the possibility of being accompanied by guides or escorts. In addition, numerous viewpoints, botanical gardens and the visitor center are accessible, and you will find several adapted or accessible facilities that can be visited without any problem, such as the visitor centers and gardens. In addition, some routes and viewpoints are accessible, such as the Roques de García trail and the La Ruleta viewpoint, as well as all those located along the road.

In addition to exploring the Teide National Park, we recommend some routes that will take you through the most beautiful and unspoiled landscapes of the island.

The Agua Garcia Trail. This trail takes you through one of the best-preserved pockets of Monteverde on the island, without having to go far away from the population centres. From the first steps, you will be greeted by the freshness of the forest, walking under the green canopy as you take the courses of the Toledo ravine. The higher humidity here will envelop you, creating a perfect environment to enjoy nature at its best.

Continuing on your way, you will come across the vineyard “de la Cuna”, a witness of past centuries that has survived the logging thanks to the humidity of the place. In front of it, the Madre del Agua gallery still offers a flow of water, adding charm to the landscape. As you advance, the trail becomes brighter, with the vegetation opening up around you. At the end of the outward stretch, you will find an area equipped with benches and resting places so you can relax and enjoy the surroundings.

The Agua Garcia Forest Accessible Trail has been designed with the comfort of all visitors in mind. From accessible parking to the trail itself, every detail has been carefully planned to ensure a comfortable and safe experience. With a length of 430 meters (860 meters round trip) and a variable width between 2.5 and 4 meters, the trail has a maximum slope of 6%, making it perfect for people with reduced mobility.

It also has handrails that simulate tree trunks and pigmented concrete curbs to guide the visually impaired. In the Heritage Information Center of the Agua García Forest, you can learn more about the cultural and natural wealth of the area, although please note that it does not have accessible toilets.

The Sendero de Los Sentidos among the laurel forest of Anaga (Cruz del Carmen), in the north of the island. This trail will take you to the Mirador del Llano de los Loros, following an ancient royal road that connected the villages of Anaga with the city of La Laguna. In Cruz del Carmen you will find a visitor centre where you can get detailed information about the routes and trails available. There is also a viewpoint to enjoy the breathtaking views of one of the most biodiverse areas in Europe. This itinerary, short and accessible to all, offers sensory experiences through smell, sight and touch to discover the different elements of the environment. Along the route, panels with sensory signs (nose, hand, eye) invite visitors to smell, touch or look at specific elements of the trail. You have the option to enjoy three different routes that will allow you to experience this incredible place uniquely.

The Sendero del Monte del Agua begins in Erjos, home to one of the richest ecosystems in the Canary Islands. The accessible section has a total length of 1.6 km (round trip), with an average gradient of 4% and three rest areas. It also has information panels with downloadable audio information for smartphones (via QR codes) in several languages.

The Sendero Pista de las Hiedras Trail is a beautiful route ideal for families who wish to have their first contact with nature. It includes an accessible section of 1.5 km.

The Sendero Roque Caramujo is a trail designed specifically for people with disabilities, allowing you to explore the beauty of the Teide National Park without barriers. Marked as accessible, the Roque Caramujo Trail has a distance of 204 meters and a width of 150 cm, delimited by stone curbs that guide your way along the entire route. With an elevation gain of 6%, this trail offers a comfortable and safe experience, with a duration of approximately 8 minutes. In addition, at the end of the trail, you will find an area of 7 meters in diameter to make the change of direction, ensuring your comfort at all times. During your hike, you can enjoy informative and descriptive panels that will provide you with fascinating information about the biodiversity and history of the Teide National Park. And if you need a moment of rest, you will find rest areas equipped with ischiatic supports, where you can relax and enjoy the beauty that surrounds you.

Hiking with the association "Montaña para Todos": In Tenerife, there are a total of 43 protected natural areas, and this association is dedicated to ensuring that these areas are accessible to all people. They organize group hiking excursions and adventures designed for enthusiasts using Joëlette all-terrain chairs. Reservations are essential, as these tours are in high demand. Most tours include transportation and insurance.
More information is available at

We at Barrera Cero offer the possibility to book a private expedition adapted to your needs. We organize the transportation to the meeting point, and the equipment and insurance are included in the price of the excursion.

LOS PEDREGALES RECREATIONAL AND CAMPING AREA (BUENAVISTA DEL NORTE) It has parking spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility. The main access is level and without obstacles. The public toilets are accessible and have handholds to help. The changing room is accessible, and the shower is flush, with handholds to help.

The trail is paved with a compact surface, with sections having slopes between 6% and 10%. There is an area with accessible tables. INFORMATION This recreational and camping area is located in the heart of the Teno Rural Park, offering impressive views of the El Palmar Valley. It has extensive facilities including a spacious car park, restrooms equipped with accessible showers, multiple water fountains, outdoor cooking areas, and picnic tables. The opening hours of the restrooms are as follows: in summer from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm and in winter from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

The main access is level and without obstacles. The public toilets are accessible, with an entrance door more than 80 cm wide. The interior space allows a turn of 150 cm and has handles for assistance. The path is paved with a firm and uniform surface. INFORMATION: El Lagar is a recreational area located in the municipality of Icod de los Vinos. Its location in the natural area of the Corona Forestal makes it a perfect place to relax in the middle of nature. This area is surrounded by pine and Fayal-boreal forests, and offers facilities that include areas for outdoor cooking, parking, sports areas, playgrounds for children, benches, tables, and toilets.

Whale and dolphin watching: the waters around the Canary Islands are home to many species of whales and dolphins. The boats leave from the port of Los Cristianos, Puerto Colón and Puerto de los Gigantes (Santiago del Teide) whose cliffs reach 600 meters. The views are spectacular, and whale watching is one of the most impressive experiences. There are boats available for whale watching in Arona ("Lady Shelley"), Adeje ("Shogun", from Neptuno Sea Company) and Santiago del Teide ("Nashira Uno", from Marítima Acantilados).

Kayaking: We collaborate with companies specialized in active tourism and outdoor experiences, which for several years have been promoting kayak routes that are accessible to people with disabilities, allowing them to explore the coast of Tenerife.

Marine activities: If you are interested in scuba diving, snorkelling or scuba diving, we offer excursions with experienced partner companies, who have all the logistics, equipment, and facilities necessary for any person with a disability to enjoy these experiences. These activities are highly recommended, whether you are a beginner or experienced.

Sports for all: Ademi Tenerife, a sports association located in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, offers a variety of accessible sports for people with disabilities, including swimming, tennis, archery, athletics, fencing and basketball, among others.

Another of the outstanding attractions of tourism in Tenerife is its theme parks, which are diverse and have excellent facilities to provide a pleasant experience for visitors. Places like Siam Park, Loro Parque or Jungle Park, among others, have made adaptations (to a greater or lesser extent) to welcome people with disabilities and allow them to fully enjoy their attractions.

Links and downloadable files

Equalitas Vitae: Website with directory for information on accessible tourism

Sinpromi S.L. Sociedad Island Society for the Promotion of People with Disabilities

Accessible beaches in Tenerife, Summer 2023

Tourism Guide without Barriers Arona

Arona water chair information — 🇪🇸 🇬🇧 🇩🇪

Tenerife Accessible Destination

Tenerife Museums La Naturaleza y el Hombre

Trail Monte del Agua

Barrera Cero would like to express deep gratitude to all the people and websites that have collected valuable information about accessibility in the Canary Islands. Your work has been fundamental to enriching our website and promoting inclusion in this beautiful region. Thank you!