Accessible Tourism


For years Eivissa Town Council has been working on being a municipality universally accessible to all people, a city in which its citizens and visitors can get around the entire city safely  and without difficulties.

With the aim of improving the quality of life of disabled people, all the rehabilitation work that is carried out is to improve the pavements and the levels of accessibility in streets throughout the city, removing architectural barriers in the streets, beaches and public buildings.

For people with limited vision, we are adapting traffic lights with audible signals. Furthermore we offer an accessible website, and with the collaboration of the ONCE (Spanish National Organisation for the Blind) we have prepared a tourist guide to the city and the menus of the restaurants in Braille.

A city without barriers: improving the quality of life of all the citizens and offering accessible, safe tourism to our visitors is a priority for the city of Eivissa.

At the Touristic Informaction Ofice, you can ask for the Tourist Guide Ibiza World Heritage for visual deficiency people. These guide is available in Catalan, Spanish, English and German.



Summertime leisure-therapy activities on Talamanca Beach

Sailing and canoeing courses for young people with disabilities.

The courses are organised by the Ibiza Yacht Club in collaboration with the Association for the Development of Social Activities (ADAS), the Ibiza Town Council and the beach monitoring commission Pla d’Excel•lència Turística.

Lifeguard service

Amphibious Chair service that facilitates bathing for people with reduced mobility.
Services timetable: 11 am to 7 pm
+ info: 971 399 232

Audio Sign Guides
Ibiza Town Council offers visitors the possibility of downloadingfree digital audio guides to assist them on their visit to the town.

The Council promotesethical, sustainable, responsible and accessible tourism and is committed to improving access to Ibiza’s Cultural Heritage to all visitors and residents, including those with some degree of sensory disability (sight and hearing problems).

This system is based on the concepts of ‘universal communication’ and ‘design for everyone’ in that it can be beneficial to all users, whether or not they have a disability.

The Audio Sign Guides can be accessed from this section.

• Pati d’Armes
• Sant Ciriac
• Plaça d’Espanya
• Plaça de la Catedral
• Museu Puget
• Santa Llúcia Bulwark
• Sant Pere & Sant Jaume Bulwarks
• Museu d’Art Contemporani

Audio Sign Guides (vídeos):
Portal de ses Taules & Pati d’Armes
Sant Ciriac
Plaça d’Espanya
Plaça de la Catedral
Museu Puget
Santa Llúcia Bulwark
Sant Pere Bulwark
Museu d’Art Contemporani