Whether you want a relaxing escape or a holiday of adventure, you’ll find a range of accessible accommodation, attractions and things to see and do. Whatever your requirements, enjoy the island break your way.
Explore all the options here. Get in touch with the locals who run the businesses who will be able to talk through how they can support you to have an amazing island break.
Find out useful and essential information for visitors with accessibility requirements, from getting around during your island break, where to hire equipment, medical services to accessible toilets and where to find them.
Where to stay.
Choose your own island experience from boutique hotels, beachside guest houses and coastal campsites, to unique self-catering properties and respite care. Explore, experience and take time to relax in Jersey’s fresh sea air and rich natural landscape with this great range of accessible accommodation.
Discover accessible places to stay in Jersey.
Maison des Landes was designed and built specifically for guests with all manner of disabilities and has been operational since the 1960s. The caring nature of the staff will ensure you are served good food, enjoy wonderful excursions and experience a matchless family atmosphere.
The four star hotel & spa offers an extensive choice of facilities. Our luxurious Ayush Wellness Spa and Healthhaus fitness centre are complemented by our award-winning gardens and our La Terrasse Restaurant & Bar, with spectacular views of the sunset from the al fresco terrace.
Located in the attractive waterfront area, this hotel is only a short walk to the town centre of St. Helier. Set directly along the waterfront promenade, the hotel provides immediate access to the marina, cultural attractions and a wide range of shops and boutiques.
The Merton is Jersey's number one family resort hotel with fantastic facilities including indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness centre with steam room and sauna, the FlowRider surf wave, restaurants, bars, live entertainment venue, games zone, kids club and more.
Experiences for everyone to enjoy.
Just nine miles by five, Jersey’s size makes it easy to fit plenty into a short break or week-long holiday. From time enjoying the stunning beaches and coastal drives, to memorable food experiences overlooking the sea. Here are our top accessible experiences not to miss.
Explore accessible things to see and do.
BeachAbility is a charity providing specially designed manual, ballooned wheel chairs for use on the beach and other rough terrain. Available at various locations around the island; La Braye, St. Brelade, Gunsite, Bel Royal, West Park, La Mare and Long Beach Gorey.
Created in the 1920's by millionaire philanthropist Sir James Knott, The Botanic Gardens offer many distinctive and unique plant collections which thrive in this exceptionally fertile site. Visit The Botanic Gardens to relax, explore, discover, eat, shop and stay. Uncover one of Europe's most outstanding gardens.
With a fantastic range of aquatic facilities such as flumes, waves, lazy river and tyre ride, AquaSplash offers a variety of activities for all different ages. From fun, family swim sessions and swimming lessons for children and adults to energetic aqua fit classes to relaxing in the sauna in the health suit, we have something for everyone.
Jersey War Tunnels tells the true story of wartime Jersey in a way that no other visitor attraction does. It’s the best place to get a true picture of what life was really like in Jersey during WWII. The exhibition is housed within an underground tunnel complex, built by the Germans using slave labour.
We aim to deliver a tour, which offers you the best chance to see the birds and wildlife of the island. We feel it is important to have fun in the process and our tours therefore operate in a relaxed atmosphere. We cater for all levels of birding ability, identifying by both sight and sound.
Reconnect with nature on a sea kayak tour. Explore an island shaped by the sea where some of the most astonishing tides in the world circle the coast. Kayak with local guides whose knowledge make this more than just a paddle around the bay. Our expert staff and user-friendly sit-on-top kayaks will quickly get you out exploring and having fun.
Jersey Zoo began as the first ever conservation-themed zoo. Over 60 years later, Gerald Durrell’s animal haven is the natural place to discover some of the world’s most incredible creatures. Whether you’re after fun, tranquillity, knowledge or a place to soak up the sunshine, this beautiful 32-acre park has it all.
Built on a rocky islet in St. Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 400 years. You can take the amphibious castle ferry or walk out along the causeway at low tide. Elizabeth Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey's history with the Jersey Militia or castle gunner on parade.