The Santa Catalina Botanical Garden is located on a rugged slope of the Badaia mountain range. Its orography means that visitors have to overcome slopes, narrow stretches of steps, mid-mountain paths with natural projections and sections of steep metal stairs to access all the botanical areas and the different rooms of the ruins, church, convent, etc…

Functional diversity conditions


Service under previous request. It will be done with a minimum of 5 days in advance of the visit. (For free visits 48h in advance).

Service 100% subsidized by Iruña de Oca City Council.

Proof of handicap must be presented at the entrance of the Garden.

Steps to be taken:

For free visits, please contact the phone/email below and after checking availability, purchase your Functional Diversity ticket online.

For events with Functional Diversity offer (visible on the website): purchase a Functional Diversity ticket online and contact the phone/email number corresponding to the service and indicated on the website.

For school or group visits: contact the telephone/email corresponding to the service and indicated on the website and, after checking availability, purchase the Functional Diversity ticket online.

Motor/visual functional diversity contact

Telephone: 635712327
Mail: yosuvazquez@yosuvazquez.es

Available resources:

  • Joelette chair: chronic or occasional reduced mobility (*only for school or organized group visits).
  • Directional bars: people who are blind or have low vision.
  • Sign language interpreter: deaf people.

Available resources:

Visita libre Evento Grupos escolares
Silla Joelette Si Si Si
Barras direccionales Si Si Si
Interprete signos NO Si Si

By means of specific mountain guidance tools for people with functional diversity (reduced mobility and people who are blind or have low vision), we make this magical enclave an accessible place, without harming the ecosystem of the place.

These tools are a Joelette all-terrain chair for people with reduced mobility, and directional bars for blind or low vision people. We have trained guides with years of experience in dealing with people with functional diversity, as well as in the handling of the mountain guiding tools necessary for the accessibility of the Santa Catalina Botanical Garden.

Similarly, deaf people will be able to count on a sign language interpreter who will accompany them on their tours and allow them to participate in all the activities that take place on an equal footing with other visitors.

In this way, we are making progress in the objective of spreading knowledge, respect and conservation of the environment that surrounds us, promoting the inclusion of all the people who visit the Garden, creating a framework of meeting and positive and enriching coexistence between everyone, whatever their origin, abilities or condition. Don’t hesitate, our Garden is YOUR Garden.

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