Walk No. 17
Passage through time (South West)


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Description
St. Brelade's Bay to St. Aubin’s Harbour. This half day walk is a linear walk. Walkers would need to connect with Connex bus 12a to return back to start. Commence at the Parish church on the Bay edge. Visit the Fisherman’s Chapel, and main church. After which we cross the bay heading to Ouaisne Bay, then up to Portelet common, where the Neolithic site of La Cotte de St. Brelade holds the remains of ancient man and mammals. We then view Portelet Bay and Janvrin's Tomb. Our next site of interest is Noirmont Point, one of the areas used during the W.W.2 Occupation of this Island. Here we see the expanse of St. Aubin's Bay and the capital, St. Helier, with both Elizabeth Castle and St. Aubin's Fort. Then it's down to the old harbour of St. Aubin's, where we finish our trail of “Passage through time”.

Duration & distance
This walk is approximately 4 miles and should take about 3.5 hours.

Time of day & season
Morning or afternoon. Passage through time (South West) is a Spring-Summer-Autumn walk.

Buses
#12. With many connecting buses back to St. Helier from St. Aubin.

Features
Passage through time (South West) covers the following categories:-
Coastal

Difficulty
Moderate

Cost
Each walk can be reserved as a Private Walk or you can put your name down for a Shared Walk.

Photographs
Here are 3 views you might see from this walk (show all 29 views):

Blanc Pignon

Portelet Headlands, from Beauport Bay.

Portelet Bay with Clouds and rich sand beach

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