Accessible nature trails to enjoy

Cattolica is also an inclusive outdoor destination

Do you love being in the open air and enjoying unspoilt nature? The Queen of Adriatic Riviera offers many inclusive and accessible nature trails in Cattolica, even for people with disabilities, to rest and relax in a place of peace and wellbeing, and above all to enjoy your holiday in total safety.

2 ideas for immersing oneself in nature

Here are 2 and inclusive ideas we have carefully selected for you to experience Cattolica, Queen of the Adriatic, not only on the beach but also in the green!

1. Mounte San Bartolo Regional Park

Cattolica is located in a strategic position, if you travel just a few kilometres from the heart of the small town overlooking the sea, you will immediately find yourself in a natural area, with facilities for people with disabilities.

We are talking about the Monte San Bartolo Regional Park, an opportunity to explore nature and to enjoy glimpses of wonderful nature, with paths of rare beauty and uniqueness equipped for people with disabilities.The Park is made up of both a coastal area with rocky cliffs that drop sheer to the sea, the cliff on the Adriatic, and a more rural landscape, which develops instead inland.

Paths have different lengths and difficulty to suit different needs and passions either historical or naturalistic with its special birdlife and flora with monumental trees.
We leave you with a very useful tip: the Park is equipped with an app, San Bartolo Experience, with several functions, including a system of georeferenced maps of the paths so that you can move around without losing your bearings. In addition, the Park provides Joëlette, an off-road wheelchair for people with reduced mobility or disabilities. For information and reservations please contact Silvia, cell. 3335274768

2. Lungomare and Parco della Pace

If you wish to stay in town instead, no problem!
You can stroll along the beautiful pedestrian promenade at your own pace, breathing in the sea breeze under the warm sun kissing the waves.
The promenade, in particular the route from Piazza Primo Maggio to the Port, is cycle-pedestrian and accessible to people with disabilities.
If you are looking for the calm of nature you can immerse yourself in the majestic and luxuriant trees of the Parco della Pace, the city park where you can relax a few steps from the centre of Cattolica and enjoy the coolness of the central pond. The park is served by a nature and fitness trail, skating rink, children’s play areas, a large car park and swimming pool.
In Parco della Pace you will also find an inclusive community centre ‘La Bottega del parco’ a Municipality project which has knocked down architectural barriers and upgraded this building. In this area activities with inclusive paths for young people with disabilities and in support of families will be implemented.

If you would like an accessible seaside holiday, read also “Accessible beaches in Cattolica” to learn more about Cattolica’s public beaches and the services offered by beach facilities.