San Rossore Park is part of the Natural Park of Migliarino, San Rossore and Massaciuccoli, which covers about 24,000 hectares in the provinces of Pisa and Lucca. The San Rossore Park covers an area of 4,800 hectares and even though it is really close to the city centre of Pisa, nature is the main feature of this place.
There are numerous paths for those with special needs; the park is truly accessible to all to who want to enjoy the incredible beauty of its pinewood. Even if all of the park’s avenues are open to the public, we suggest the Sabrina Bulleri path in particular. Its entrance, reachable by car, is in the “San Rossore—Cascine Vecchie” visitors’ area. The route for disabled visitors is in an area that encompasses the estate’s principle characteristics. In addition the area boasts level paths, a wooden railing and informational signs for hearing and visually impaired visitors. There are picnic tables, restrooms and a ramped animal observatory.
Back in the main visitors’ area (with a little step at the entrance), there is a café featuring local products which can be enjoyed in a large outdoor space complete with picnic tables. The area also features parking and disabled access bathrooms. Casale della Sterpaia visitors’ center hosts water therapy activities for persons with disabilities.
In the park there's also the Gombo Beach (only opened in summer) with fifteen beach umbrellas, thirty deckchairs and all that is needed to a 100% accessible beach, with no architectural barriers, with many driveways, showers and ad hoc services for people with motor and visual disabilities, including "Job", the armchair which also allows safe bathing.
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