Reply To: (Teen) Family to Greece: Athens, Crete, Naxos — w/c ferries?

  • skull

    August 11, 2019 at 10:05 am

    Unfortunately, many summer destinations around Greece are not yet disabled-friendly…The roads in Rethymno and Heraklion (Crete) are somewhat wider than in the other major cities on the island, which makes getting around easier, and there are plenty of accessible accommodation options. Many parts of Rethymno’s famous Blue Flag-awarded sandy coastline are equipped for wheelchair users, and feature lifeguards and accessible bathrooms. And also If you are a person with limited mobility and need to travel on a Greek ferry, you are suggested to inform early your travel agency so that they advice you on the most convenient Greek ferry companies to travel with and also to arrange your traveling details. The companies especially ask for prior notice in case you need to book the cabin for disabled, as the number of such cabins is limited and differs for every ferry.

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