The Islands of Guernsey have a range of provisions to make the islands as accessible as possible to visitors.
There are many bays and beaches accessible for wheelchair users, with access points highlighted in this guide and beach wheelchairs are now available at Pembroke Bay. Visit gsybeachwheelchairs.com for full details.
The island follows the blue parking card system to access disabled parking, as well as the RADAR National Key System. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own key but if you need one, they are available from the Guernsey Information Centre, Health Connections and the Information Desk at Guernsey Airport.
Guernsey’s low-floor buses are designed to carry passengers with disabilities and have kneeling suspension to make it easy to board - they are fully accessible for the vast majority of wheelchair users. Accessible taxis are also available on Guernsey.
If you need to healthcare equipment on your visit please contact: ambulance.org.gg/
Full information on travelling to Guernsey with accessibility needs can be found here.