People with reduced mobility also count on adapted routes both in the Park and the surroundings of the monuments and old towns of Pliego, Mula, Alhama, Totana and Aledo. Such routes take you through five of the six municipalities sheltered by the most representative natural space in the Region of Murcia; as well as through the `historic forest´ of Sierra Espuña. Texts are easy to comprenhend and there is a QR code on every sign enabling you to hear the text. Besides, the routes are waymarked in order to follow the track.
Attention to diversity is one of the main aims of the Park in order for everybody to enjoy this Protected Space.
Ramps give access from the parking area. The information points counts on a 2-height desk and hearing induction loop.
Mobility inside the Centre (show room and audivisual room) is optimal and flat.
Rest rooms are adapted to people with reduced mobility and have fall detector.
Ricardo codorniú accessible pathway
This pathway located next to the Visitor Centre is 1 km long. Its pavement is ideal for wheelchairs and pushchairs.
It counts on guide strip (for visual impairment) on the sides. Starting point at Ricardo Codorniú Visitor and Management Centre and finish point at Fuente del Hilo.
Car park spaces for disabled people are available both at the starting and finish points.
There is a viewpoint over Huerta Espuña and a bench to rest. There are also interpretive panels along the accessible pathway.