If a trip to Greece is on your bucket list, but you’re hesitant because you don’t think it’s accessible, think again. Then surf on over to Greece 4 All (www.greece4all.eu) and start planning your wheelchair-accessible holiday. A project of Amphitrite – a social enterprise whose goal is the “integration of vulnerable groups into economic life” – this handy website include a wide range of information about accessible facilities and services throughout Greece. First-person reviews are included for hotels, cultural attractions, transportation and medical facilities in Athens, Thessaloniki, Crete, Rhodes, Corfu and Chalkidiki. Each listing includes a short description, user-reviews and an overall access rating of different aspects of the lodging, attraction or business. There’s also a section with the top picks for wheelchair access from the Greece 4 All team. Check back often to this growing site for additional reviews. And for more information about access in Greece, check out the Greece 4 All Facebook page at page www.facebook.com/greece4all.eu.