Accessible Travel: Top Accessible Activities to Do in JerseyBy Niamh Duffy -
Lying just of the tip of France, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands which means it has plenty of accessible activities on offer - whether it is at the heart of the island, St Helier, or the beautiful coastline or countryside.
Boat Tour from St Helier
Head to the island’s capital, a great place to do a spot of shopping and sightseeing, and head out on an accessible boat trip to see the beautiful coastline Jersey has to offer. It is even likely that you will see the local dolphin and seal colonies! Afterwards head back ashore and sample freshly caught delights such as cockles and mussels.
Visit Jersey War Tunnel
Learn the history of Jersey and what life was like during its German occupation. The Jersey War Tunnels tell the story like no other, with an underground tunnel complex, garden of reflection and gift shop. With full accessibility throughout and even wheelchairs available free of charge Jersey War Tunnels get the Limitless seal of accessibility approval!
Guided Island Tour
Head across the island on a guided tour to discover Jersey’s fascinating history. Enjoy panoramic views of the cliffs and coastline, stop at a local farm shop or take in the scenery of the quaint fishing villages. If you take the scenic drive to the north coast you can even see the coast of France!