Accessibility in Naantali

The Accessibility in Naantali web page provides information about the accessibility of our popular summer destinations. How to get to Naantali and what you can do around the archipelago town if you have limited mobility or if you are travelling in a group where accessibility needs to be considered.

Welcome to Naantali!

Naantali offers a wide range of attractions, places for delicacies and serene dreams in various high-quality and cosy accommodation options. Many of the destinations offer accessible services, and the landing pages on this site provide more information about accessibility in restaurants and accommodations as well as the different accessible activities of Naantali.

The destinations that offer at least partially accessible service for different target groups are also included, such as easy access to a restaurant terrace or individual sections of a museum or theme destination. If you have special needs or questions regarding your visit, please contact the destination in question directly. Changes can also be made.

Visitors with reduced mobility or a stroller, for instance, have been taken into consideration in many of the destinations in Naantali. However, it should be noted that many of the buildings in the Naantali Old Town and the guest harbour in particular are of an older building stock. Therefore, some of them can only be entered through stairs, and the interiors may be more cramped than normal.

Esteettömyys Naantalissa ja äiti pitää lasta kädestä kiinni kirkkopuiston nurmikolla.

Getting to and around Naantali

You can get to Naantali via Föli bus number 6 and 7. Almost all Föli buses are low-floor city buses. The website of Föli offers you more information about how accessibility has been taken account of.

You can find the disabled parking spots in Naantali in the Autoliitto application. The app has a map that shows the disabled parking spots.

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Accessibility in Naantali and responsibility

Accessibility in Naantali and responsibility

We strive to improve the accessible services offered in Naantali, as we want to be as hospitable and accessible as possible to all travellers. This approach also supports our principles of responsible travel.