Visit Åland collaborates with the local tourism industry and Åland’s disability organisation Handikappförbund for a more accessible Åland.

Read about the accessible facilities in Åland or contact Åland Tourist Information office at [email protected], tel. +358 18 240 00 or via the chat service on the website visitaland.com for more information before your visit to Åland.

Disabled parking in Mariehamn

Parking is free of charge in Mariehamn but it is often limited to 2 hours. A parking disc is always required. If you don’t have one, you can purchase it at e.g. grocery stores and petrol stations in town.

In the town centre there are 27 disabled parking spaces and 6 disabled parking spaces can be found in underground public parking garages. Take a look at the map of disabled parking spaces.

 

Public toilets in Mariehamn

There are two accessible public toilets – one coin-operated next to restaurant Miramar by Bussplan bus station and one free of charge at Visit Åland’s tourist information office, Storagatan 8.

There is a coin-operated, however non-accessible, public toilet by the town square.

 

THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC PREMISES HAVE AN ACCESSIBLE TOILET FOR DISABLED PERSONS:

Alandica Kultur & Kongress

Ferry terminal in Mariehamn (Västerhamn)

Mariebad swimming centre

Åland Maritime Museum

Mariehamn town library

Sittkoff Gallerian shopping gallery

 

Site updated 30.6.2021


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