Accessible destination packages

The accessible destination packages have been developed within the SABER project; the design of the packages has involved the following steps:
  1. Preliminary analysis of accessibility data in both pilgrimage routes (checks of trails, services and facilities);
  2. Selection of those stages on both routes which have the best accessibility conditions and less risks for tourists with disabilities. Roads and dangerous / critical obstacles (in most cases associated with steep slopes, traffic or dangerous crossings) have been decisive factors when discarding subsections for the design of accessible products.
  3. Set for each package, the number of kilometers that can be daily traveled depending on each type of disability and type of travel (walking, hand- biking or biking).
  4. Selection of suppliers (accommodation, restaurants and transfer services) with better adapted installations and best conditions of accessibility in their facilities.
  5. Integration of collected, verified and selected suppliers to create packages considering the whole accessibility chain.
  6. Detailing for each destination package specific information on the following common items: – Title – Brief description – Highlights – Itinerary day by day (with daily km) – Price (from) – Accommodations (type-cathegory) – Practical information – Included and not included – Booking calendar.

For more information on the Saint Benedict Way, you can write to, while for the Camino de Santiago to

Saint James Way (download complete catalogue)


Burgos-León (in handbike + bike)
Burgos – León (by foot + visual disab. + senior)
Burgos – León (senior + electric bicycle)
León – Santiago (groups + handbike + support vehicle)

St.Benedict Way (download complete catalogue)


Norcia – Montecassino (by foot + senior + blind)
Norcia – Montecassino (in handbike + bike)