St Aubin Tourist Information

Saint Aubin is an old fishing village on Jersey, Channel Islands. St Aubin’s Bay features some of the best beaches on Jersey. The port is located in the parish of St Brelade.

Must See and Do Tourist Attractions in St Aubin

If the tide is low, you can walk to St Aubin’s Fort via a causeway. The fort is built on a rocky islet.
The church St Aubin on the Hill is located uphill from the bay area. The Shell Garden and St Elizabeth Castle are also very popular tourist attractions in St Aubin.

Family Days out in St Aubin

Family activities in St Aubin include days at the wonderful beaches of St Aubin’s Bay or a walk in the beautiful scenery of the parish. Boat trips are offered, and cycling tours, coach tours and day trips to one of Jersey’s neighbouring islands. The variety of activities will keep you all busy during your family holidays in St Aubin!

Sport in St Aubin

Guided walking tours are available in most parts of Jersey. The Railway Walk starts at St Aubin and leads to La Corbière.
Jersey Sea Sport Centre, The Royal Channel Islands Yacht Club and Jet Ski Adventure are located at St Aubin’s Bay. The Sea Sport Centre offers a range of water sports, from kayaking and water ski, over jet ski rides, to speedboat races.

Shopping in St Aubin

A range of small shops and supermarkets provide all the necessary amenities for your stay in St Aubin. The village offers many small boutiques, located around the cafés at the beautiful harbourside. You can shop anthing from antiques to designer fashion in St Aubin. Boutiques and shops include the Chi-Chi, Lovejoys, Glad-Rags and the Harbour Gallery, where you can buy unique art and craft from St Aubin’s artists.
You can shop VAT free on the Channel Islands.

Nightlife in St Aubin

St Aubin’s Steak House and Danny’s at the Harbour View offer excellent dishes combined with a stunning view over St Aubin’s Bay.

Transport in St Aubin/Jersey

Jersey Airport (JER) in the parish of Saint Peter has regular flights to and from Jersey.
There are buses running across the island to bring you to almost every destination on Jersey.
Ferries operate between Guernsey and Jersey, the UK and France.