Tourism & Disability


Accessibility for all, everywhere, at a single click

logo accessible.netThe website provides details of barrier-free tourist and cultural attractions in Paris and Ile-de-France. Including museums, châteaux, tourist offices, theatres, hotels and restaurants, it offers a rich choice of quality sites. From families with pushchairs and people in wheelchairs to the visually or hearing impaired, everyone can find the places best equipped for them.
Find Fontainebleau Tourisme on by clicking HERE



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For towns with easy access for all!

1, avenue rue des Carrosses – 77210 AVON
Tél : 09 50 10 95 33 –  Portable : 06 81 56 69 93 – Fax : 09 55 10 95 33
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Information on walks accessible to people with reduced mobility is available at the Tourist Office – just ask.

Moreover, the Arbor&Sens trail is designed for people with reduced mobility, and specifically for the visually impaired. In setting up this project, the ONF (National Forestry Office) consulted the Valentin Haüy (AVH) association and the Seine-et-Marne branch of ADAPEI, the association of parents and friends of the mentally handicapped.

Dog sledding :

chien-traineauThe physically disabled can try out dog-sledding with the help of specially designed equipment. For more information, phone 06 32 68 82 26.



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