As at June 2017, Access Riviera blog has 231,794 views from 149 countries.
Access Riviera is intended as a guide to accessibility on the French Riviera, to assist with travel planning for:
– families with children using baby buggies / strollers OR
– persons with reduced mobility
After navigating this region with my first son in his baby stroller, I could not find any information online in English which may assist others.
Access Riviera was founded and provides regional information on my first-hand experiences and/or those experiences of others who have recommended facilities.
I write about the good, the bad and the ugly and I hope you find this guide useful if you are traveling with children using buggies/strollers, or you are wheelchair-bound or a person with limited mobility.
HOW TO USE THIS SITE
Each post is categorised on the right-hand side menu – Accommodation, Activities, Eat and drink, General Information, Sightseeing, Transport, Charities/Causes. You can also search for key words or phrases – Example: family friendly Antibes, or wheelchair accessible French Riviera
WHO AM I
I’m a mother of two beautiful boys.
Prior cog in the corporate wheel with 10+ years travel industry experience including product development, marketing, media campaigns, accounts and sales.
Experienced in human resources, administration and managing holiday rentals.
Lover of coffee and Ben & Jerry’s Chunky Monkey ice-cream.
Interested in travel, food, music, architecture, history, surfing, snowboarding, art, and photography.
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