Jesolo takes care of its disabled visitors
Jesolo has been welcoming tourists since the beginning of the nineteenth century and because it has continued to develop, the number of visitors each year has now topped 5 million.
Jesolo's beach attracts tourists of every type and nationality. Its vicinity to Venice makes it a desirable destination for a stay that combines sea, sun and the chance to visit the most romantic city in the world, which is within easy reach.
Besides the golden sands and a sea recognised for its water quality (since 2004, Jesolo has held a BLUE FLAG award), in Jesolo tourists can enjoy themselves by experiencing all that the city has to offer: an 18 hole golf course; riding centre, home to international champions; large marina; and AQUALANDIA, an extensive theme park with attractions never before seen in Italy. And that's without considering trips out and about this region with its lagoons, food & wine offer, the nightly entertainment and myriad events taking place in the city's squares, including: SAND SCULPTURES, MISS ITALY IN THE WORLD and the aerobatics of the FRECCE TRICOLORI.
Over time, Jesolo has geared up to be able to welcome and accommodate visitors with special requirements, for example, hotels are now able to prepare food for those needing special and customised diets.
Jesolo has also done a lot to make the stays of wheelchair users easier. The promenade, which runs almost the length of the beach, is also accessible by wheelchair. This approach has had a series of walkways connected to it leading off towards the sea. There are also wheelchairs suitable for use on sand, and which can reach the water, available on the beach. All along the beach there are many wheelchair-accessible bathroom facilities.