Accessibility in Geltow
Visitors with special needs can explore Schwielowsee, an officially accredited resort, as well. There is specific information available online and for download for the village Geltow. Here you can find accessible walks, sights and accommodation. What’s more you can find places offering lactose-free and gluten-free food.
Recommendations for an accessible walk
Round trip 1
Starting at 'Am Petzinsee' street on the 'F1' bike trail, you ride along Lake Petzinsee to 'Sanssouci', a four-star camping site, including a visit to the restaurant 'Anna Amalia' (vegetarian/vegan, lactose- and gluten-free food).
Round trip 2
Starting from the bus stop 'Hauffstraße/Pappeltor' keep right, keep right at the crossing towards the 'Henni Jaensch-Zeymer' handweavery or left to the 'Baumgartenbrück' street (with a slight incline). 'Baumgartenbrück' street with a separate walkway takes you under the bridge and straight to the restaurant 'Baumgartenbrück'. This is where the walkway ends. The bicycle boulevard (local motor-vehicle traffic allowed) continues on to the 'Wentorfgraben' channel. You will get to the ferry if you turn right there.
Round trip 3
In Wildpark-West: Along 'Am Ufer' street in Wildpark-West to the 'Zur Anglerklause' restaurant. Its garden terrace offers an unobstructed view of the island town of Werder (Havel). From there you can continue your stroll along the lakefront 'Havelpromenade'.
The following car parks are available in Geltow, with some of the spaces marked as disabled parking:
- 'Baumgartenbrück' street (next to 'Brückenpark' park)
- Alt Geltow (next to the sport facility in 'Am Mühlenberg' street)