The Greek Island of Santorini (capital city Thira) has some of the most beautiful, iconic Greek scenery you will certainly ever see. Select among these mobility device easily accessible Santorini top tours that includes a step-free path or makes use of a mobility device easily accessible van.
The available Santorini full day tour check out several villages as well as the archaeological museum. If you would like the possibility to taste several of Santorini’s globe well-known glass of wines, the half-day accessible excursion includes a check out to an obtainable winery! The scenic accessible expedition focuses on the amazing sights from the rocky cliffs of this volcanic island in the Aegean Sea!
Is Santorini and the other Greek islands easy for disabled people?
The short answer to the author over- and any individual with “added demands” is that you will certainly discover the terrain most unfriendly, and also you have to presume you will certainly come across staircases all over throughout the Greek Islands. Even where there are not stairs, the inclines can be rather steep to the point you desire there were staircases.
The wonderful blue white church you see included in all the posters of Santorini has a number of steps down from the course that circles the town. If you genuinely can refrain stairways, you can not enter the church. There suffices to see so that would not be a “deal-breaker”, but it stands for an instance of the compromises you will certainly be compelled to make.
Alternative way in Perissa
Plan to employ a couple of regional children and very discuss a price to have them accompany you, carrying you in the wheelchair when required, while you are exploring their village. You will find it rough going, however practical. Whether it deserves the expense or effort is something just you can figure out. In my more youthful days, I would do it. Currently, I would discover it also tiring for me..
Perissa beach from today, Friday 21 June offers disabled people with access to the sea. But with the SeaTrac device, which is today in its… place… Commonly located in Kolada, at the beginning of the beach, while the Municipality has installed a special locker room for disabled people and special signs for parking near the wooden access ramp from the road to SeaTrac.
In detail the newsletter from the Municipality of Thira states the following:
“The Municipality of Thira and GEOTHIR inform you that as of today, Friday 21/06/2019, the non-permanent provision for autonomous access for people with disabilities (SeaTrac) will be available at Perissa Beach in Thira (Kolada location).
SeaTrac is located at the beginning of the beach and for the convenience of those wishing to use it, the Municipality of Thira has installed a special locker room for disabled people and special parking signs near the wooden access ramp from the road to SeaTrac.
We urge bathers and especially parents with young children who choose the coast near SeaTrac to be careful and take all necessary measures to avoid accidents and injuries to themselves and their children.
For information on the availability of remote controls please contact the Environment Office of the Municipality of Thira (22860-25847) or the offices of GEOTHIRA MAE on business days and hours (08: 30-15: 30) at 22860- 23021 »