The 13 km of Senigallia’s sea front are equipped to meet all kinds of requirements: from families with children, to teenagers and young people, from those who enjoy fully equipped beach facilities to fans of a “natural” beach setting.
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Senigallia’s public beach areas are found in the Western sea front (called “Ponente”) and in the Eastern sea front (called “Levante”) between the equipped beach facilities.
For easier use, public beaches are equipped with wooden structures for a total area of 637 m2 where tourists can store their beach supplies, avoiding carrying umbrellas, tables and chairs around every day.
Moreover, 380 m2 of walkways make it easier for people with walking difficulties to reach the shore using wheelchairs and special scooters. The beach entrances are identified with a sign that says "Accesso alla spiaggia libera per diversamente abili" (Access to free beach for disabled people). Two of them are situated in lungomare Mameli, Cesanella, one in lungomare Da Vinci c/o CO.GE.S.CO. sunbathing centre, and three in lungomare Italia in Marzocca.