At this time of year everyone’s off on their holidays, whether it’s at home or abroad! Quingo Scooters are always browsing for new places to visit, and we understand just how important is to find somewhere fully accessible where you can be completely comfortable.
We’ve been sharing some accessible holidays with you over the last couple of months, helping you find the perfect location for your summer getaway. Today we’re heading to the Mediterranean to the beautiful Balearic island of Majora, Puerto Pollensa to be exact.
Here at Quingo Scooters we love browsing for holidays and getaways, and then having something to look forward to when you eventually book!
In our accessible holidays series we’ve been discovering some of the best accessible holidays around, at home and abroad. This week we’re back in the UK with some idyllic little log cabins where you can truly enjoy the British summertime!
Hidden away in the breath-taking Peak District between Ashbourne and Bakewell, you’ll find Hoe Grange Holiday log cabins, offering stylish and spacious self-catering accommodation.
At this time of year we’re often eager to book a getaway and have something to look forward to. Quingo Scooters understand that finding somewhere that’s perfect is extremely important, especially when it comes to accessibility. We’re constantly looking around for ideas and inspiration on new places to visit!
In our series of blog posts on accessible holidays, we’ve been looking at the best spots for your ideal summer getaway. Today we’re staying a little closer to home as we explore the town of Cupar, in the Scottish county of Fife.
This week we’re looking at cruise holidays, with Royal Caribbean cruises. Cruises are great if you’re a real explorer who would love nothing more than to see more than just the one place on your holiday.
The summer season is upon us and we’ve just passed the longest day of the year. It’s around the time you’ll be wanting to plan that all important summer holiday, and for some of you it will be abroad. Quingo Scooters know that one of the most frequently asked questions is whether or not you can take your mobility scooter on a plane.
The truth is, travelling with your mobility scooter may not be as daunting or strenuous as you may think.