Wheelchair rental in Girona

Adaptability of Girona

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Cathedral of Girona

Cathedral of Girona

Fundació Rafael Masó / Casa Masó

Fundació Rafael Masó / Casa Masó

Basílica de Sant Feliu

Basílica de Sant Feliu

Via Verda del Carrilet Olot Girona

Via Verda del Carrilet Olot Girona

Your Girona guide

Girona is a city located in Catalonia, Spain. It is the capital of the province of Girona and is situated at the foot of the Pyrenees and near the Costa Brava, which has some of the best beaches in Catalonia. The city has a population of approximately 103,000 people and is situated at an altitude of 75 meters above sea level. It is crossed by the rivers Ter, Güell, Galligants, and Oñar.

The historic center of Girona, known as the Barri Vell, is surrounded by the Paseo de la Muralla, which is a ring road that follows the path of the ancient Carolingian walls from the 9th century and the late medieval walls from the 14th and 15th centuries. The Call, the old Jewish quarter, is one of the best preserved in Spain and is located within the Barri Vell. The colorful Casas de Oña, which are a typical feature of the city, can also be found in the Barri Vell, near the river and the cathedral. The cathedral has the widest Gothic nave in the world.

The city council of Girona has created a guide for people with disabilities, including reduced mobility, which can be found at the following link: 


From www.motion4rent.com, you can find information about accessible beaches, adapted excursions, theme parks, accessible restaurants, and other offers for visitors with reduced mobility. Enjoy your stay in Girona!

Girona Tourist office

There are 2 tourist offices in the center of Girona and 1 office at Girona Airport:

Main tourist office Girona

  • Address and contact


Punt de Benvinguda Girona. Tourist office

  • Address and contact: 
    • Calle Berenguer Carnicer, 3. 17001 Girona
    • Teléfono: +34 97 201 1669
    • Email: turisme@girones.cat 


Oficina de Turismo (Aeropuerto) Corredor de llegadas


Girona Airport

Girona Airport offers free assistance and attention for passengers with reduced mobility*, in accordance with European Parliament Regulation (EC) 1107/2006. This service is available to all passengers with reduced mobility or any type of disability and must be requested at least 48 hours in advance to ensure that all aspects of your trip are properly arranged from the moment you arrive at the airport. The service is free of charge and can be requested online or by calling (+34) 91 321 10 00.


Girona has 10 bus lines, many of which are partially accessible for people with reduced mobility thanks to ramps or tilting buses. Most of the bus stops are designed to be easily accessible, although it is important to note that not all of them have these features. The frequency of buses in Girona is roughly every 15-20 minutes.



The Girona Taxi company operates in the Girona area and its surroundings, including at the airport. They are available 365 days a year and have several vehicles that are adapted to provide service to people with reduced mobility. If you need a taxi with accessibility features, you can visit their website at www.gironataxi.cat/es/vehiculos-adaptados/ to learn more. 

Neighborhoods / Areas

The Casas de Onyar, or houses on the Onyar river, are one of the most iconic sights of Girona. These houses are painted in bright colors and can be seen from various points in the old town. Two of the bridges over the Onyar river, the Pont de Pedra and the Sant Feliu bridge, are accessible to people with reduced mobility.

La Plaza del Vi is a central, accessible square that is bordered by arcades, including the General Palace and the town hall. It is a busy area with many restaurants and shops.

El Call, or the Jewish Quarter, is one of the best preserved Jewish quarters in the world and a testament to the importance of Jewish culture in Girona. It is located within the Força Vella and is characterized by its narrow, winding streets with many stairs. It can be partially accessed via Força Street, which is a pedestrian street with a single platform and a slope of 8-12% that runs through the Força Vella.

La Rambla de la Llibertat is a boulevard that is accessible to people with wheelchairs and features arcades, old palaces, restaurants, cafes, and a variety of shops. It is known for its white umbrellas, green linden trees, and colorful flower stalls.

The Força Vella is an ancient fortress that was built by the Romans in the first century BC. It is located in the upper part of the old town and can be difficult to access for people with reduced mobility or visual impairments due to its steep slopes and flights of stairs. It can be visited via Força Street, which is a pedestrian street with a single platform and a slope of 8-12% that runs through the Força Vella.

Adapted restaurants

München ,  https://www.restaurantmunchen.com/spa/

Market cuisine, local cuisine, signature dishes with a lot of dedication and feeling.

Access and bathrooms are adapted for people with reduced mobility.

  • Address and contact
    • Carrer de Pedret, 136, 17007 Girona
    • Telephone  (+34) 972 41 45 84. 



Octopus Pompeu Fabra  https://www.octopusgirona.com/

The authentic taste of seafood cuisine. A gastronomic offer marked by the personality and identity of its kitchen team. You will find a classic recipe book, very tasty dishes without complications or technicalities, where the raw material is the main protagonist.

Access adapted for people with reduced mobility.

  • Address and contact
    • Plaça Pompeu Fabra, 13 17002 Girona, 
    • Telephone: (+34) 972 98 34 63.



Don Giovanni

Don Giovanni has been identified as an Italian restaurant, perfect to eat with the family or to enjoy a pleasant but economical dinner.

Access adapted for people with reduced mobility.

  • Address and Contact
    • Carrer Migdia, 80-82, 17003 Girona  
    • Telephone: (+34) 972 91 64 69.

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