More info: St. Aubin is a town and port in St. Brelade in Jersey which is the largest of the Channel Islands. It is located on the western end of St. Aubin's Bay, on the south coast of the island, opening out into the Gulf of Saint-Malo.
St. Aubin; often referred to as the ‘Jewel in the crown’, is a lovely village with it’s picturesque harbour, wide selection of restaurants and cafes, French style delicatessen, supermarket, small independent shops and an art gallery. It is a tangle of historic houses and steep streets leading down to the waterfront and promenade. The Old Courthouse Restaurant and rooms was the favourite haunt of Jersey’s famous detective Jim Bergerac from the 80s TV series.
Leading out of St. Aubin is the Railway walk - where visitors can trace the tracks of the old railway on the wide path winding up through lush woodland valleys to reach the headland overlooking Corbiere lighthouse.