St Aubin’s Fort: A Visitor’s Guide
St Aubin’s Fort is a fortification that is located in the town of St Aubin. It was built in 1540 as a means of controlling the entrance to St Aubin’s Port, which was Jersey’s main port at that time.
An Ancient Fort Just 5 Minutes Walk From The Old Court House Inn
After a busy day exploring the sights of Jersey, why not stop by the Old Court House Inn? With 10 comfortable en-suite bedrooms, delicious pub dishes and plenty of award-winning Liberation beer, it is the perfect place to drink, dine or stay.
Visiting St Aubin's Fort
Although the building remains locked at all times, St Aubin’s Fort is still a wonderful place to visit.
Boasting panoramic views of the bay, it is the perfect place to take photographs and breathe in the fresh air of the sea.
When To Visit St Aubin's Fort
St Aubin’s Fort can be reached on foot and is only a couple of hundred metres from The Old Court House Inn.
However, it is only accessible at low tide, when a concrete pathway becomes visible. We urge visitors to take care, as the access path can be muddy and slippery.
How To Get To St Aubin's Fort
St Aubin’s Fort is located approximately 200 metres away from The Old Court House Inn and will take around 5 minutes to reach on foot.
It is positioned in front of The Old Court House Inn and can only be reached on foot during times of low tide.
You can open the route on Google Maps here.
The Old Court House Inn
The Old Court House Inn is a stunning traditional pub with rooms, with history dating back to the 15th century.
Located in the heart of St. Aubin overlooking the idyllic harbour, it’s the perfect base for exploring the island of Jersey, with local attractions including the Jersey War Tunnels, Elizabeth Castle, the La Mare Wine Estate and Jersey Zoo.