Conil de la Frontera works every day to improve the accessibility of public areas so that all tourists and residents can visit its streets and tourist attractions without any kind of barriers.
Enjoying a pleasant stroll through its historic centre is within everyone's reach, the Plaza de España and the pedestrian routes of its main streets are built at a single height so that the pavements do not pose any architectural barriers.
La Chanca, Interpretation and Documentation Centre of the Sea, is one of the main monuments of Conil, where you can learn about the origins of the municipality. All its facilities are fully accessible, as there are no slopes to facilitate transit during the visit and its entrances have access ramps. The Santa Catalina Cultural Centre and the square where it is located also comply with all accessibility measures: it is an open square, with rest areas and no slopes.
- Reserved car parks
- Adapted accesses
- Adapted toilets, changing rooms and showers
- Sunshades and reserved shaded areas
- Bathing support staff
- Amphibious chairs
- Rescue and first aid post
For a good time with the family there are children's playgrounds located in different areas of the municipality. Some of the most accessible are:
- La Atalaya Park, with access ramps and adapted swings where you can have fun between the pine forest and the sea.
- El Colorado children's park, where all the little ones can enjoy fun games under the Dehesa de Roche pine forest. This park also has accessible furniture and swings.
- Playground in Rosalía de Castro street.
- The Municipal Swimming Pool Park has different adapted swings.
Doing sport at all levels is also possible in Conil. Both the Sports Centre and the Municipal Swimming Pool have adapted accesses, parking spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility, access ramps, wheelchairs, adapted showers and toilets, and a hydraulic lift in the swimming pool.
As far as mobility is concerned, all the city bus lines have adapted stops and buses. There are car parks for people with reduced mobility in all areas of the municipality, including the old town, the seafront promenade and tourist attractions, among others.
But Conil not only works on accessibility in terms of mobility, but also thinks of all its visitors and residents. All public buildings and different pedestrian crossings have pictograms for a better understanding of people with ASD. Also, the tourist office can provide audio guides in different languages so that all the emblematic places in Conil are within everyone's reach, information on restaurants, bars and adapted accommodation, and other services to make it possible for everyone to enjoy a few days in Conil.