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Over the Headland to Ouaisné

St Aubin's village is sheltered from the west by the Noirmont peninsula. This headland is worth visiting in itself, for the protected environment, pleasant walks with great views and the German fortifications. Head straight across the peninsular, though, and you'll reach the eastern end of St Brelades bay, known as Ouaisné. Here, you'll find a gently sloping beach that's mainly sandy that's gre...
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A lovely Easter Monday walk to the Gunsite Café

St Aubin's village was delightfully busy and vibrant over the Easter break, especially during the sunny Sunday and Monday. Thanks to JD and GR, guests at Porthole Suites, who reminded us to add the Gunsite Café to our list of where to eat breakfast - it's not strictly speaking in the village, but it's an easy 15-20 minute amble along  (more…)
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What to do in Jersey on a cloudy day

Even sunny Jersey has overcast days! Nonetheless, our guests can always find something to do - here are just three suggestions of what to do in Jersey on cloudy day :-)  (more…)
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