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Boasting sunshine, a delicious Mediterranean cuisine and an incredible history full of ancient battles and epic myths, Greece and Her Islands are unsurprisingly popular holiday destinations.

While it would be wrong for us to claim that Greece is one of the most accessible countries in the world, given its rugged landscape and narrow pathways, great progress has been made in recent years. Public transport has expanded to become more wheelchair-friendly and better regulations for improving adapted facilities in hotels and restaurants have been introduced.

The resorts have been upgraded, too. Visitors to Ipsos in Corfu can make use of the beach wheelchairs, ramped access into the sea and the newly introduced drop kerbs on the flat ‘Golden Mile’ promenade. At resorts like Ialyssos in Rhodes, the beach is made wheelchair-friendly by wooden walkways across the sand.

We are delighted to offer some very specialist holiday complexes where you can enjoy purpose designed adapted accommodation with the support, care and assistance you need to make your stay in Greece everything you’ve hoped for.

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