Jersey makes every effort to ensure that disabled visitors' experience of the island is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Most of its visitor attractions are wheelchair-friendly, and facilities for the hard of hearing and visually impaired are widely available. Particularly impressive is the Durrell Wildlife Park where you can hire scooters or wheelchairs, if necessary. Most of the resorts have long, accessible promenades, ideal for rolling along whilst enjoying the sea air.
Despite its compact size (just 9 miles by 5 miles) Jersey possesses a rich and varied landscape - from the rugged, breathtaking cliffs on the north of the island to the long beach vistas and pretty harbors of the south. The island possesses a unique blend of British and French influences and is rich in culture and heritage.
Maison des Landes - Fully Catered Hotel