Sad to say, to this day a valid and detailed survey concerning just how accessible the beaches and facilities really are has not been carried out. We decided to put all our experience together, and, following our friends' advice, we have chosen some beaches and hotels where the disabled won't come across any architectural barriers.
The Acacie**** Hotel and Residence in Naregno, (Capoliveri) has no architectural obstacles of any type,with eight large, wide and spacious rooms with easy access for the disabled. The part of the beach the Hotel has an agreement with, right opposite the hotel, has a platform for beach wheelchairs that goes right down to the water's edge. There is a beach wheelchair available also in the Perla del Golfo**** Hotel in Procchio, but the private bathrooms inside the hotel aren't really accessible because there are no handles or showers.
Another beach wheelchair is also available at the Il Pino Solitariobathing establishment on the beautiful white sands beach in Fetovaia.
There is a toilet for the disabled at Barbarossa beach
TheNapoleonic Residences have partial access, that is, the disabled will have no problems in going round the ground floor of the Villa of San Martino (where the Demidoff Gallery is ) or the Villa dei Mulini, but they won't be able to go upstairs if they want to see the first floor.