Accessible beaches and pools in Italy
Along the Italian coast we provide 3*, 4* and 5* accessible hotels with accessible beaches and accessible swimming pools with lift. ..
Staying at these hotels, you can enjoy a relaxing holiday but also a cultural one!
For every hotel you’ll find a detailed accessibility description of rooms, restrooms and common areas.
The accessibility of every hotel has been ascertained by our staff and you can see the pictures showing it.
You can download here our questionnaire form where you will fill in all the information about your disability, in order to suggest you the accessible accommodation that best suits your needs. All hotels have a code that you can tell us if you have a preference.
Furthermore, you can consult for each hotel the accessibility level, where more wheelchairs are present more accessible is the hotel.
In general, all the hotels have an entrance without steps or ramp with slight slope. The common areas such as reception, hall and breakfast room are flat or served by ramps. The accessible rooms when are not located on the ground can be reached by elevators whose dimensions are suitable for wheelchairs. The accessible rooms are all spacious to allow wheelchairs greater maneuverability. The beds have enough space to move sideways. The bathrooms have roll in shower (some with seats inside) grab bars and raised toilet seats.
Come and visit the Italian coast without worries. The beauty of the sea and of the Italian coast is famous all over the world. From the north to the south of the country there are wonders to discover, each with its own peculiarities.
In Venice you can relax in your hotel along Lido of Jesolo, not so far from the city center but outside the tourist chaos. In fact, in Venice you can visit the stunning St. Mark’s square where you will see the incredible bell tower. You can go inside the majestic St. Mark’s Basilica, whose side entrance is specifically for disabled people. Our tour also includes the visit to Rialto Bridge, which is the icon of the city, that crosses the wonderful Grand Canal.
Another well-known Italian coastal area is Rimini and Riccione, especially famous for their lively nightlife. These cities overlook the Adriatic Sea and are located about 1 hour and a half by car from the beautiful city of Bologna.
Bologna is known not only for its cultural and artistic heritage, but also for the architectural one.The main attractions of the historical center, the best-preserved medieval heart in Europe, are easily accessible even for disable tourists: comfortable ramps allow the entrance at the Basilica of san Petronio and at the Palazzo dell’Archiginnasio the first, only and centralized, site of the most antique University of the occidental world.
One of the most visited cities of Italy is definitely Florence and Tuscany countryside. But why not also discover the Tuscan coast?
Florence historical center is one of the places with the highest concentration of artworks in the world.
Lots of great artists have contributed to the glory of this magical city. Here you can admire the breathtaking Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral and its Brunelleschi’s Dome from outside; the most ancient construction of the city: Giotto’s Bell Tower and the Baptistry. Then, you can’t miss Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), where now there are goldsmiths’ and craftsmen’s bottegas.
For those looking for a cultural holiday, combining arts, food and landscapes, only few places in the world have more riches than Tuscany. While visiting Tuscany’s cities such as Florence, Pisa, Siena, Lucca and many others, you’ll stumble across history, art and breath taking views. We will provide you all the accessible services that will make your journey safe and unforgettable! Choose one or combine more than one of the wonderful cities or village.
Finally, among the most beautiful waters in the world there are certainly the beaches of Sicily with a blue and crystal-clear sea.
Sicily is the biggest Italian region, the biggest island of the Mediterranean and there is the highest active volcano of Europe! The capital city is Palermo where some of the most famous monuments are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site ‘Arabian-Norman Palermo’, like its majestic Cathedral and the celebrated Palatine Chapel that are completely accessible. You can visit the splendid Catania, the second biggest city of the region. Here you will admire the celebrated ‘Liotru’ statue (symbol of Catania) and the Cathedral of Saint Agatha where there is an accessible side entrance.
As well, if you want to see the legacies of the ancient Greek past, visit the stunning Valley of Temples, the most famous archeological site of the island. You will admire the eight temples that constitute this outstanding place (just remember the well-known Temple of Concordia).
So let’s go to discover the Italian coast and its many beauties!
Discover our accessible tours:
Along Italian coast, we provide accessible transfers with private vehicle equipped with platform from/to main airports and train stations and rental equipment.
Siena wheelchair accessible camping in Marina di Grosseto Accessibility level...
hotel near Cagliari 4 Star | Accessibility level 5 Code: CA-04-02 Category: 4...
Hotel near Modica 4 Star | Accessibility level 5Code: RG-04-02 Category: 4...
Hotel Venice countryside 4 Star | Accessibility level 5Code: PA-4-01 Category:...
Hotel Lido di Jesolo zone 4 Star | Accessibility level 4Code: LJ-4-06...
Hotel Lido di Jesolo area 4 Star | Accessibility level 5Code: LJ-4-05...
Hotel near Siena 3 Star | Accessibility level 5Code: TU-3-01 Category: 3 Star...
Holiday Home outside Rimini Holiday Home | Accessibility level 5Code: RN-01...