Introduction: People with intellectual disabilities are physically less active than other population. Their lives are usually inactive, they prefer sedentary activities and are therefore not reaching the minimal physical norms. Purpose: The aim of this diploma work is to determine the most common activities as well as the most common factors for barriers and facilitators to physical activities among people with intellectual disabilities. Additionally the purpose is to evaluate the relation between these barriers and the frequency of the activities. Methods: The data were obtained using the survey questionnaire. It consisted of demographic related questions as well as questions about barriers and facilitators that were assessed on adjusted 3 – point scale and it contain tables with selected activities and the frequency of performing activities. A dedicated sample was selected. The two criteria for participation were a person from Centre Tončke Hočevar with intellectual disability and understanding the questions. There were 47 participants in the survey questionnaire. 16 of them were female and 31 were male. Their age was between 25 and 69 years. Results: The most common activities are work (93,6 %) and sedentary activities (78,7 %). The next one in walking, daily walk 46,8 % people. Football, basketball and table tennis are very rare attended (76,6 %; 63,8 %; 76,6 % of people never participate in these activities). The most commonly mentioned barrier was bad weather (76,6 %), followed by the lack of energy (53,2 %) and financial issues (44,7 %). Facilitators show up on receiving a prize (97,9 %). From their point of view being active also increases enjoyment and level of self-esteem (both 93,6 %). The importance of socialization is reflected in socializing with friends (89,4 %), encouragement from parents (87,2 %) and meeting new people (55,3 %). There was also a correlation between the some barriers and the frequency of the activity Discussion and conclusion: Even though results show that people with intellectual disabilities state a lot of barriers to physical activities, there is still high amount of facilitators presented. In this area, promotion of the movement and general awareness of the importance of movement, adaptation of activities to the level of their skills, and the development of programs that would eliminate these barriers.