Known for its brilliant blue waters, sandy beaches, and picturesque islands, the country of Greece is a popular vacation destination. For people in wheelchairs, though, a trip to the beach is typically dependent on the support of others, not as relaxing or straightforward. Thanks to an accessibility project, this is changing, and more people will be able to soak in the country's beautiful beach ambiance. A moveable track system is being installed in 287 beaches across the country, 147 of which are already completed, according the Greek Reporter. This Seatrac system is a free, solar-powered, remote-operated moving walkway equipped with a chair that extends from the beach to the ocean, so those in wheelchairs can independently access the waters. The wheelchair accessibility effort is part of a 15 million euro project, "Creation of Integrated Accessible Tourist Marine Destinations", that, according to its website, seeks to "ensure accessibility to the sea for people with disabilities and people with limited mobility, such as elderly people, pregnant women, people with temporary injuries, as well as to promote Greece as an accessible sea tourism destination"