This heritage is still evident today in the fine merchant’s houses found on the Bulwarks and the old cobbled High Street. St Aubin’s Fort, built in the bay during to English Civil War and extended during the eighteenth century, is accessible on foot at low tide.
St Aubin’s Bay covers the central part of Jersey’s south coast and has a long sweep of unbroken sandy beach reaching from St Helier Harbour to St Aubin’s Harbour. Only the highest of tides cover all of the sand and at low tide, the sea retreats several hundred yards to open up an enormous expanse of beach. South facing, the beach is in full sun along virtually its entire length from sunrise to sunset and is very sheltered from prevailing westerlies and easterlies.
Marine Conservation Society Recommended Beach 2012
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