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Cala Bona Beach Becomes Even More Accessible

More features added to improve disabled access

featured in News & reviews Author Ellie Mahoney, Mallorca Editor Updated

Son Severa town council have launched a programme to make Cala Bona beach even more accessible, allowing everyone access regardless of their physical ability.

There are new parking spaces, ramps & walkways to the beach with coloured markers to help the visually impaired.

Adapted toilets, amphibious wheelchairs, crutches, changing rooms and showers, a new shaded area to sit under and assisted bathing with the help of lifeguards which will be available from 10:00 to 13:00 each day.

Next year they're also planning to improve the beach further by adding more sand to restore the beach.

The council are hoping to win a 'Universal Accessibility' certificate for the beach in September.