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Accessible Swimming Pools

16 June 2017

The best destinations with accessible swimming pools 

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There's nothing more annoying, than visiting a lovely destination with a lovely looking swimming pool without any easy accessibility. So if it's high on your agenda to stay somewhere with an accessible pool, we've picked out some of the best! 


Santara Resort - Cost Blanca

Santara Resort

This quiet, peaceful resort is popular with over-55s while offering its facilities to all ages, and provides the opportunity for an enriching experience designed to enhance health and well-being. The facilities and amenities are varied and high quality, with numerous ways to while away the hours of your accessible holiday. Indulge yourself with spa treatments, embrace the joys of yoga, and take a soak in the pool.

It isn't only sports and wellness treatments that are available during an accessible holiday at the Santara Resort in Santa Pola, just a short drive away, you can enjoy innovative dishes and delicious cocktails or fruit juices at a range of great restaurants and bars.

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Best Sabinal - Costa Almeria 

Best Sabinal - Almeria

Occupying an idyllic location on the shores of the Mediterranean, the Best Sabinal is one of the most popular hotels in Roquetas del Mar.

This 4* accommodation is ideal for families, and provides a range of activities and facilities to keep the children entertained. The hotel also attracts a large number of repeat customers, which is testimony to the hotels' quality services, facilities and atmosphere.

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Protur Visa Badia - Mallorca

Protur Mallorca

This 4* aparthotel is one of the largest resorts in Mallorca overlooking a large lagoon pool surrounded by gardens, offering facilities for all ages, couples and families.

The Protur Badia invites guests to enjoy the perfectly positioned accommodation in Sa Coma, a stone's throw from the beach and standing proudly beside the Punta de n'Amer natural park.  While the surrounding area is a joy to observe or explore, the facilities on the complex offer countless ways to relax and indulge during your accessible holiday.  Whether guests are seeking a dip in the heated pool, some time in the Jacuzzi, a tasty treat in the snack bar or a the entertainment from the hotel's animation team, there is always plenty to do at this relaxing retreat.

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Palia Sa Coma - Mallorca

Palia Sa Coma

The Palia Sa Coma Playa is an All Inclusive accommodation that offers the convenience and privacy of spacious one-bedroom apartments, making it a great choice for couples and families who are attracted to this combination of privacy and provided meals.

The complex offers direct access to the beaches of Sa Coma, and proximity to the resort's many areas of entertainment, cuisine and nightlife.  On-site, there are teams and clubs for arranging programmes and activities for guests both young and old.

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Mar y Sol - Tenerfie

A fully accessible, specialist property designed with the wheelchair user in mind, featuring spacious apartments and studios.

The swimming pool is well equipped with hoists and ramps, and guests can enjoy one of the many water jets for a hydrotherapy-style massage while in the pool.

The Mar Y Sol is truly one of the most accessible and best adapted accommodations in our range, providing a fully disabled-friendly experience from the start of a holiday to the end.

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