St Aubin's Bay lies on the south coast of the island and is a long expanse of soft golden sand which stretches from the harbour at St Helier to St Aubin's. There is a large tidal movement here which opens the beach right up and can be a fair walk to the water when the tide is out.

Adjacent to the sea wall there is a promenade for both cyclists and walkers and you can either take a walk or cycle from St Helier to St Aubins stopping off on the way for some refreshments at the many beach cafe’s and kiosks along the way. There is also an outdoor fitness trail along the route with a series of different workout activities for those that wish to maintain their fitness whilst on holiday
The beach is ideal for participating in the many water sports on offer at La Haule slip including windsurfing, water skiing, jet skiing, wake boarding and banana boat rides and swimming is also safe here. The beach is sheltered from Easterly and Westerly winds and due to its southerly location it is open to the sun all day. In the picturesque village of St Aubin you will see St Aubins fort which you can walk to at low tide, but be aware of the incoming tide to avoid being stranded. There are also many restaurants, café`s, deli`s, shops at St Aubin and it is also home to The Harbour Gallery which is well worth a visit
There are also both public & disabled toilets spread fairly evenly along the bay and steps down to the beach at fairly frequent intervals and there are also ballooned wheelchairs available at both West Park and the Gunsite slip along the bay
(Beach Ability)
There are several car parks along the length of the bay which require either pay cards or discs
(Parking Discs)
Liberty Bus offer a very helpful guide to help visitors plan your trip here
(Bus Trip Planner)


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