Accessible Beaches and Recreational-Pedagogical Areas in Alicante
If there is a city on the map with accessible beaches for all, whatever their particular condition, that is Alicante. A town where the Mediterranean bathes not only its coasts but the illusion of being in a real paradise, especially during the summer, when the heat and the sun only request you to come and enjoy them.
Beaches are the main tourist attraction of Alicante. Above all its conditioning, which has earned the city the European Union's Blue Flag recognition, with all its international projection. Alicante counts on several beaches including San Juan beach, Almadraba beach, the caves of Cabo de la Huerta, La Albufereta beach, Postiguet beach, Isla de Tabarca, Saladares-Urbanova beach, and, the recently inaugurated Aguamarga beach, with an area adapted for dogs.
Playa de San Juan is one of the best known of Alicante. With a sandbar about 100 meters wide, the beach stretches along 6.2 kilometres of fine sand that joins the municipalities of Alicante and Campello. This beach is one of the most appreciated by the people from Alicante all year round as it is always open. You can expect organised games and countless leisure services, tranquillity, and a feel of well-being.
The beach of Saladar-Urbanova is another pleasant and relaxing space since tranquillity is guaranteed thanks to its surveillance service, as well as shops, restaurants and nudist areas. It has a ludic-pedagogical space for people with different conditions, and it also has a beach access point for people with reduced mobility, especially in summer.
Finally, Almadraba Beach displays 750 meters of golden sand, and its particularity is that it has no waves, which makes it the dream beach for those who seek full tranquillity when watching a spectacular sunset. There are hammocks, umbrellas, first aid services and an access point for people with reduced mobility.