Sardinia is heaven for beaches. The water is crystal clear, the sand is white, the nature is untouched. But there's a limit due to the fact that these places are uncontaminated: some beaches are not easily accessible. You need to walk several minutes to reach some of them, or sail by boat to reach others.
This fact does not have to discourage disabled people to visit our beautiful land though, because there are plenty of beaches fitted for any form of disability.
Cagliari beach, i.e., has totally accessible bathouses, full of services like parking, easy access to the solarium and to the sea, dressing rooms, showers and toilets. You can also book a bus service (Progetto Sole) to reach directly the beach from home. You can find more info on the website www.ctmcagliari.it.
In the north, near Sassari, there is a place called “Casa Vacanze per Disabili”, that has a dozen beds, three bathrooms, kitchen, laundry, living room and has all the services for disabled people, like hoist, shower chairs and a lot more.
Here is a complete list, by area, of the beaches with services for people with disability:
Su Giudeu e Cala Cipolla, Nora, Spiaggia di Santa Margherita di Pula, Spiaggie di Teulada e di Capo Malfitano, Cala Domestica, Dune di Scivu, Spiaggia di Piscinas, Spiaggia di Torre dei Corsari e della Costa Verde in località Arbus
Spiaggia dello Spalmatore, Spiaggia di Cala Lunga, Spiaggia di Guidi a Carloforte, spiaggia di Porto Pino a Sant'Anna Arresi
Su tiriartzu a Posada, S. Maria Navarrese, Compoltitu, Porto Alabe, S'Aba Druche, Berchida, Capo Comino, La Caletta
Cala Petra Ruja, Razza di Iuncu, Spiaggia dell'Ulticeddu, Cala li Cossi, Calette di Tinnari, Capo Testa, Isola di Coluccia, Rena Bianca, Spiaggia di Rena Majore, Valle della Luna
Cala S. Andrea, Spiaggia delle Saline, Spiaggie di Lampianu, Porto Foghe