Increased disabled beach access for Santa Pola

Increased disabled beach access
Increased disabled beach access

THE busy summer tourist spot of Santa Pola will be more accessible for more people in 2018. Both Playa Levante and Gran Playa will be incorporating a number of measures to improve kiosks, public toilets and even inflatable equipment used in the sea for people with reduced mobility in many areas, with emphasis on the deaf and blind.

The two beaches will feature signage in Braille and a number of loud-speaker guides in addition to the number of access points already adapted for the disabled.

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