St. Aubin's Bay stretches from St. Helier in the east to St. Aubin's Village in the west. The bay offers a vast expanse of sandy beach and is extremely popular with swimmers, paddle boarders, jet skiers, water skiers and sailors.
There are plenty of beach cafes dotted along the bay's waterfront, which is a very pleasant location for a summer's evening walk.
There are lots of small car parks along the south coast, all giving easy access to the beach.
Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa is the only 5 star hotel in St Helier. The hotel offers fantastic sea views over St Aubin’s bay and Elizabeth castle, an award winning spa and three AA Rosette restaurant.
Located in a prime location on St Helier’s waterfront and offering easy access to the town centre and St. Aubin's Bay, the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel is a popular choice for many Jersey visitors.
The Somerville is a large and beautiful hotel located in a prized location, overlooking the picturesque St Aubin’s village and harbour.
The Harbour View Guest House is one of Jersey’s best kept secrets! A little gem right in the heart of the picturesque St. Aubin's village with a paved yet green outdoor area.
The Lyndhurst is a welcoming guest house beautifully positioned just across the road from the long and sandy St Aubin’s bay.
The Seawold is conveniently positioned between St. Helier, Jersey’s main town, and St. Aubin, its pretty little sister.
Havre des Pas is a popular beach and Victorian bathing pool on the outskirts of St. Helier.
Located on Jersey's south-west coast and provides a natural amphitheatre for sun-bathing, swimming and water sports.
Jersey's west coast is five miles long, and at least three of those miles are covered in golden sand.