Port St Mary and Howe Hamlet, Isle of Man. Open Daily. Free Entry.
There are plenty of car parks in the village and most have disability spaces. There are also spaces on the roadside for parking. There are public toilets on Gellings Avenue but they are not disability-friendly; there are also toilets on the main beach.
Port St Mary was once a major fishing and trade port. It’s now still a favourite with tourists and fishermen. The main beach, Port St Mary Beach, is sandy and sheltered and is popular with swimmers.
Port St Mary, Isle of Man
Isle of Man Government Office: +44 (0)1624 685685
Port St Mary is situated at the south-west end of the Isle of Man where the A5 and A27 meet.
The Isle of Man has its own public transport system: https://www.gov.im/categories/travel-traffic-and-motoring/bus-and-rail/. For more details you can visit the website or telephone +44 (0)1624 662525.
The buses are all low-floor with ramps available, making them accessible to travellers with a disability.
There are plenty of places in Port St Mary to buy food and drink; further details can be found on this website: http://www.portstmary.gov.im/local-information/where-to-stay-eat/