Wheelchair rental in Palma de Mallorca

Adaptability of Palma de Mallorca
74%

Discover Palma de Mallorca

Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca

Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca

Castell de Bellver

Castell de Bellver

Palma Aquarium

Palma Aquarium

Es Baluard Museu d'Art Contemporani de Palma

Es Baluard Museu d'Art Contemporani de Palma

Opinions about Palma de Mallorca

Mandy

Apr 21, 2024

5,0

Very wide pavements, friendly people, always ready to help in any situation. Perfect coastal area for mobility scooters - unlike Amsterdam which is totally “NOT” disabled friendly!!

Montserrat

Feb 20, 2024

2,0

Para ser una ciudad con tanto turismo ,la accesibilidad no la cuidan mucho

Your Palma de Mallorca guide

Welcome to Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the island of Mallorca and the Balearic Islands. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, attracting over 13 million visitors in 2019 according to the Balearic government. With its stunning beaches, delicious cuisine, favorable climate, rich culture, lively nightlife, and more, it's no wonder why it's such a sought-after destination. The island of Mallorca is home to 925,000 people, with roughly 450,000 residing in Palma de Mallorca.

The city was founded by Roman consul Quinto Cecilio Metelo Balearico in 123 BC, and over the centuries it has been conquered and re-conquered by various cultures. In 1229, it was finally conquered by King James I of Aragon.

Today, Palma is a world-class tourist destination offering a range of services for visitors to enjoy. At www.motion4rent.com, we provide important information, tourist offices, accessible beaches, adapted excursions, theme parks, accessible restaurants, and other offers for visitors with reduced mobility. Enjoy your stay!
 

Palma de Mallorca Tourist office

In Palma we have several tourist offices, below we give you the address and contact of the most important ones.

Airport Tourist Office:

This office is accessible to people with reduced mobility and its hours are from Monday to Saturday from 08:30 a.m. to 08:00 p.m. and Sundays from 09:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Address and contact:

  • Son San Juan Airport, arrivals floor, 07611 Palma
  • Telephone: (+34)971789556
  • Email: oita@conselldemallorca.net

Stations Park Office:

Address and contact:

  • Park of the Stations Palma 07002 (Balearic Islands)
  • Telephone: (+34) 902 102 365
  • Email: palmainfo@palma.es

Palma beach office:

Address and contact:

  • Plaza de les Meravelles Palma 07610 (Balearic Islands)
  • Telephone: (+34) 902 102 365
  • Email: palmainfo@palma.es

Can Pere Antoni mobile office:

Address and contact:

  • Can Pere Antoni Palma (Balearic Islands)
  • Telephone: (+34) 902 102 365
  • Email: palmainfo@palma.es

 Mobile office in Palma beach, Palma (Balearic Islands)

Address and contact:

  • Platja de Palma Palma (Balearic Islands)
  • Telephone: (+34) 902 102 365
  • Email: palmainfo@palma.es


Finally, we also want to highlight the accessibility office that Palma de Mallorca has “Palma Accesible” https://www.palma.cat/portal/PALMA/contenedor1.jsp?seccion=s_floc_d4_v1.jsp&contenido=106803&tipo=1&nivel= 1400&codResi=1&language=en

This office can help you with everything related to accessibility on the Island of Mallorca, but remember that it is only open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 09:30 to 12:30 and you must make an appointment.

Address and contact:

Transport

Airport:

Located just 8 km from the city, Palma airport is the primary tourist gateway to the island, attracting mainly German visitors from Dusseldorf and Cologne, followed by the English and Spanish.

In accordance with European Parliament Regulation (EC) 1107/2006, Palma de Mallorca Airport offers a free assistance service for passengers with reduced mobility. This service is available to all passengers with disabilities or mobility issues and can be requested at least 48 hours in advance to ensure a smooth trip from arrival at the airport.

This service is free of charge and can be requested via https://www.aena.es/pmr/inicio?lang=es or by calling (+34) 91 321 10 00.

 

Public transport from the airport to the center:

Bus:  

The best way to travel from the airport to Palma de Mallorca city center is by urban bus, using Line 1. It goes to both the city center and the port, and is accessible for people with reduced mobility. It operates every 15 minutes and has a wide schedule.

This bus has a frequency of 15 minutes and a wide schedule.

Taxi:   

Another option is to take a taxi, which can be easily found at the airport exit, and accessible taxis are available. Contact Radio Taxi Ciutat at http://www.radiotaxiciutat.com/ or by phone at (+34) 971 20 12 12 to request an accessible taxi. The rates are the same as regular taxis.

Rental car:   

Palma airport also has car rental services from major companies, and almost all of them have vehicles adapted for people with reduced mobility. Book in advance to avoid surprises.


Public transport in the city of Palma:

Train:

Mallorca has three train lines: T1, T2, and T3, all of which have trains accessible for people with reduced mobility.

  • T1 travels from Palma to Inca
  • T2 travels from Palma to Sa Pobla
  • T3 travels from Palma to Manacor

The main train station in Palma is the Intermodal Station located at Plaza de Espanya s/n and is open Monday to Friday from 07:00 to 21:00, Saturday from 08:00 to 21:00 and Sunday from 09:00 to 21:00.

  • Address and Contact: 
    • Plaza de Espanya s/n. 07002 Palma Majorca
    • Telephone: (+34) 871930000
    • Email: comunicacio@trensfm.com

Metro:

The two lines of the Palma Metro are Line 1 (Joan XXIII - UIB) and Line 2 (Estacio Intermodal - UIB). The metro runs from Monday to Thursday from 05:30 a.m. to midnight, Fridays from 05:30 a.m. to 02:00 a.m., Saturdays from 06:30 a.m. to 02:00 a.m., and Sundays from 07:00 a.m. to midnight.

Due to its extension it is the smallest network in Spain. After some works and reforms, we can confirm that all the metro stations in Palma are accessible, thanks to lifts and access ramps in the stations that are not underground, in addition, the different metro units have the necessary technology to adapt the existing distance between the wagons and the platform when the train is stopped and each Metro train has seats reserved for people with disabilities, perfectly marked, in addition, the most modern trains have a button next to the reserved seat that notifies the driver when pressed, so that he or she is attentive to the descent of the person with mobility problems.

  • Address and Contact: 
  • Plaza de Espanya s/n. 07002 Palma Majorca
  • Telephone (+34) 971177777


Bus:

In Palma de Mallorca there are a total of 33 lines with different frequencies, the most used are Line 15 that leads to the Arenal beach, covering a large part of the city and Line 3 that leads to Cala Mayor also with a very wide route, both with frequencies of 10 minutes. Another important line is line 1 that goes to Palma de Mallorca airport.

Regarding accessibility, almost all of buses are equipped with ramps to facilitate access for people with reduced mobility. In addition to the ramps, they have a space equipped with seat belts and bells to request the stop and/or the ramp at the appropriate height.

Although there is a low bell, especially designed for people with reduced mobility, it is best to notify the bus driver so that he can lower the ramp for us at the stop that we want. In addition, the buses are equipped with a public address system that announces the stops and the destination of the bus. About bus stops and canopies things change, since sometimes it is not easy to access the access ramps due to the unevenness of the sidewalks, there are times when the ramp can be on the road and it is not easy to get to the sidewalk, but In general, there are usually no major problems and the drivers are always willing to help and advise the user.

There is also an information service available by SMS at (+34) 659 251 530 indicating P L (followed by the line number) (stop number) or by dialing (+34) 971 426 177. For more information on lines and incidents in the service, you can consult the website EMT Palma https://www.emtpalma.cat/ca/inici that also includes a route planner.

  • Address and contact: 
    • Calle Josep Anselm Clavé 5. 07002 Palma Majorca
    • Telephones: (+34) 971214444 or (+34) 900701127 
    • Email: usuaris@emt.palma.cat


Taxi:

Taxis in Palma de Mallorca:

Palma de Mallorca has a fleet of 1,200 taxis, including 100 vehicles equipped for transporting customers with reduced mobility. The fares for these taxis are the same as for regular taxis. If you require an accessible taxi, we suggest booking one through the website http://www.radiotaxiciutat.com/.

  • Address and contact: 
    • Carrer Francesc Sancho, 7 07004, Palma de Mallorca Balearic Islands
  • Telephone (+34) 971 20 12 12
  • Email: suggestions@radiotaxiciutat.com

Adapted beaches

Accessible Beaches in Palma:

The city of Palma offers several beaches that are accessible to people with reduced mobility, including Cala Major, Can Pere Antoni, Ciutat Jardí, Cala Estancia, Palma Beach Spa 7, and Palma Beach Spa 15. These beaches are equipped with walkways, adapted chairs and showers, shaded platforms, and marked areas for safe assisted bathing. The lifeguards also provide support.

The beaches of Cala Estància, Ciutat Jardí, Platja de Palma, and Can Pere Antoni have been certified by AENOR for their universal accessibility services, while Cala Major's certification is in process. Appointments for these services must be made in advance.

Cala Major Beach is 200 meters long and 80 meters wide, has been awarded the Blue Flag by the European Foundation for Environmental Education, and has special access for people with reduced mobility and unparking spaces for less than 50 vehicles. You can reach it by bus numbers 4, 46, and 108.

Cala Estancia Beach is 220 meters long and 37 meters wide, has been awarded the Blue Flag by the European Foundation for Environmental Education, and has special access for people with reduced mobility and parking spaces for between 50 and 100 vehicles. You can reach it by bus numbers 35 and A2.

Ciutat Jardi Beach, also known as Ciudad Jardín Beach, is 450 meters long and 35 meters wide, has special access for people with reduced mobility and parking spaces for between 50 and 100 vehicles. You can reach it by bus numbers 10, 11, and 22. 

Neighborhoods / Areas

Arab baths:

This site is accessible for visitors with reduced mobility.

Located in the beautiful gardens of Can Fontirroig, in the heart of the city, the Arab Baths date back to the 11th century during the Arab rule of Mallorca. They were believed to have been part of a palace belonging to a nobleman.

Visitors enter through a horseshoe arch portal and can appreciate the central dome surrounded by 12 horseshoe arch columns. Unfortunately, only the central room, used for hot baths, and an attached room are preserved. Visitors can also see remains of steam and hot water pipes. A video is shown before entering, taking visitors back in time and explaining the hot and cold water system.

Entrance: The entrance has a price of about €3 and as we mentioned at the beginning, it is accessible for people in wheelchairs. Their Schedules are:

  • From April to November from 09:30 in the morning to 20:00 in the afternoon
  • From December to March from 09:30 to 19:00 in the afternoon

Accessibility:

The Arab baths are a few meters from the Cathedral of Palma, making it a very central and easily accessible place.

Metro: Line M1 (The entire Mallorca metro line M1 is accessible to PRM)

Train: Line T1

Bus: Numbers 4, 10, 35, A1 and CC leave you very close to the toilets

 

  • Address and contact: 
    • Calle Can Serra nº 7. 07001 Palma Mallorca, 
    • Telephone: (+34) 637 04 65 34

 

 

Handisport Mallorca:

Handisport Mallorca is a non-profit foundation that has been offering leisure and sports activities for people with physical, mental, or sensory disabilities since 2007. They organize activities such as kayaking, hiking, sailing, water skiing, canoeing, golf and many more, with many of these activities taking place in the capital of Mallorca.

Accessibility: The best way to reach Handisport Mallorca is by private vehicle. It is recommended to contact the foundation in advance to coordinate and book the desired activity.

  • Address and contact: 
    • Municipal Sports Center of Calvià, Mallorca, Carrer Miño, s/n, 07181, Calvià
    • Telephone: (+34) 971 13 22 68
    • Email: info@handisportmallorca.org

Adapted restaurants

Toque Restaurant  http://www.restaurante-toque.com/es/ 

The Toque Restaurant is a family-friendly eatery near the seafront that offers a fusion of Belgian and Mediterranean cuisine. The dishes are traditional with a creative twist, using fresh local and market ingredients. The restaurant is accessible to customers with mobility issues and also has accessible bathrooms. The restaurant's wine list features a selection of good Belgian beer and Spanish wines.

  • Address and contact: 
  • C/ Federico Garcia Lorca, 6. 07014 Palma de Mallorca Balearic Islands
  • Telephone: (+34) 971287068
  • Email: toca@restaurante-toque.com


 

Es Molí des Compte Restaurant https://www.molidescomte.com/

Traditional Mediterranean food restaurant, with a Majorcan accent, and with a good wine list.

This restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Address and contact:

  • Carrer del Molí del Comte, 44. 07010 Establiments - Palma Mallorca
  • Telephone: (+34) 971 768 000
  • Email: info@molidescomte.com


 

Restaurant from Tokyo to Lima https://detokioalima.com/

This fusion restaurant serves a mix of Japanese, Peruvian, and Mediterranean cuisine, located close to Palma Cathedral. Accessibility for people with reduced mobility is available. Public transportation options include bus lines 105, 25, 3, 35, 7, train line T3, and metro stops M1 and M2.

Address and contact:

  • Calle Sant Feliu nº1 07012 Palma Majorca
  • Telephone (+34) 871592002
  • Mail: contact@detokioalima.com

 

 

Bon Sol Seafood Restaurant: https://marisqueriabonsol.com/

This restaurant specializing in seafood and Mediterranean food

This restaurant specializes in seafood and Mediterranean food, in this restaurant you will only find fresh, wild products from the sea brought daily from the fish market.

In its menu you will not see great dishes but simple recipes that enhance and highlight the natural flavor.

If you want to give yourself a good tribute, we recommend it.

This restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Address and contact:

  • Calle Illa de Xipre nº 12 (Es Coll den Rabassa) Palma de Mallorca 07007.
  • Telephone: (0034)971492363
  • Mail info@marisqueriabonsol.com
Contact us - whatsapp