Sitting directly across the bay from its larger neighbour, St Helier, St Aubin's harbour was once renowned as a centre for piracy on the island. An ironic twist, when it is considered that the town gets its name from a French bishop, who later became the patron saint and protector of those at risk of piracy.
The welcome many centuries later is much more warm and friendly, and has helped make St Aubin holidays among the most popular the Channel Islands have to offer.
The town's offshore fort, built as a bastion against seaborne raiders, is one of its best-known landmarks, and offers anyone partaking in last minute holidays in St Aubin a sea view which is one of the most impressive in the whole of the Channel Islands.
The wealth which piracy brought to his small town is evident in the grand houses which line its harbour, many of which are believed to have been built with the proceeds of raids on passing ships.
The resort's wide beach is home to the Jersey Sea Sports Centre, a magnet for everyone who wants to sample the best sports the island has to offer, while for more sedate visitors, the Royal Channel Islands Yacht Club is also based here.
Low-cost holidays in St Aubin can be had by those who particularly enjoy scenic walks, as the town has plenty of dramatic views on offer, all easily reached from the centre of the town.
But no matter what pace you like to take your holiday at, St Aubin late deals will offer you fantastic bargains. So search our site now for the latest availability, and to make your booking quickly and securely.
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