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St Helier to La Pulente

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Starting in the capital of Jersey, St Helier, you will follow clear and wide coastal paths, some small roads and the occasional dirt track. Pass through St Aubin, St Brelade and La Corbiere before you finish in La Pulente. 

As there is no accommodation in La Pulente itself, you will take a bus back to either St Brelades or St Aubin (depending on where you are staying) and then take a bus back again the next morning to continue your walk. The bus number is the 22 and they run approx every 2 hours. Please make sure you check the most up-to-date timetables at You will get off at the Red House Shops stop in St Brelade's. 

Afstand 18 km
5:00 u
140 m
124 m
70 m
-1 m
Begin your day in the bustling, romantic harbour town of St Helier in the iconic Liberation Square. From St Helier follow the long curving coastline, passing through beautiful villages, dropping down to the beaches and rising up to enjoy the views from the clifftops. The path often overlooks military buildings and defences, a stark reminder of times less peaceful. It is hard to picture now as the island and its people live in quiet serenity. The village of St Aubin has plenty of cafes and shops in which to pick up some lunch before moving on up the cliffs for panoramic views of the island edge. St Brelade's Bay will open up before you, a satisfying curve to the shoreline, framed with small white buildings and an ancient church at its northernmost edge. Rising up once again, you will pass through a couple more beautiful villages before finishing in La Pulente. 

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Look out for dolphins from the harbour at St Aubin!
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Laatste wijziging op: 25.11.2021
Hoogste punt
70 m
Laagste punt
-1 m
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There is some clifftop walking, be very careful of loose rocks and do not go to close to the edge. When you do drop down to the beach, be aware of the tides. 

There are some road crossings, always be aware of traffic and be sure to use a pavement/sidewalk where possible, where it isn’t walk on the right-hand side of the road,

Some of the ground can be uneven, with steep descents and muddy/boggy ground. Ensure you have suitable footwear and step cautiously where needed, the mud is especially tricky in wet weather.


Tips en hints

Food and Drink

Your best options are picking up lunch in St Helier or stopping in the delightful little town of St Aubin about a third of the way through the day. There is also a small tea shack at the end point of the walk in La Pulente.


Points of Interest

 Liberation Square  

Liberation Square was developed in 1995 to mark the 50th Anniversary of Jersey's Liberation. To the north of the square stands the Pomme D’Or Hotel, which was used by the Nazis as their Headquarters during the Occupation. The hotel's original balcony was the focal point for celebrations when the island was liberated by British forces on May 9, 1945.

At the centre of Liberation Square is Philip Jackson’s sculpture depicting a group holding the Union Flag at the centre of a fountain. Twelve water jets in the pool symbolise Jersey's 12 parishes.

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Elizabeth Castle

 Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years. You can take the amphibious Castle Ferry or walk out along the causeway at low tide. Explore Jersey’s history, climb the battlements dating back to the 1590s and experience history coming to life with live demonstrations and gunfire!

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St Aubin

 Curled around one of the island’s original harbours, the enchanting fishing village of St Aubin is a fascinating tangle of historic houses and steep streets leading to sea view panoramas. The main action is clustered along the promenade - the Bulwarks - where a lazy stroll will take you past restaurants with shaded alfresco courtyards and decks and bars with harbour views where you can enjoy a plate of local seafood washed down with a glass of crisp white wine or a pint of the island’s Liberation Ale.

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Liberation Square, St Helier (5 m)
OS Grid
XD 91986 -79715
49.183176, -2.111274
49°10'59.4"N 2°06'40.6"W
30U 564764 5448199


La Pulente


0.00 km - Start in Liberation square with your back to the statue, facing the water. Join the pavement in front of you and TURN RIGHT

0.40 km - BEAR RIGHT off the pavement and cut under the road through a tunnel, coming out on the other side. Emerging from the tunnel BEAR LEFT with the sea on your left to continue on down the coastline

0.92 km - Continue STRAIGHT ON with the sea to your left for 5 kilometres

5.70 km - TURN LEFT uphill opposite 'La Belle Gourmande' after the pedestrian crossing

5.90 km - TURN RIGHT at the T Junction, signed 'End of Green Lane'

6.90 km - TURN LEFT at the T Junction

7.10 km - At the next T Junction, cross through it and then immediately TURN LEFT down a path into the woods, BEAR LEFT to stay on the same path

7.40 km - BEAR LEFT and pass through a wooden gate and continue STRAIGHT ON

8.10 km - Stay on the path, emerging from the woods and joining the clifftops. Be careful of the drop.

8.20 km - Where the path divides, TURN RIGHT and ascend pass a WW2 gun placement on your left

8.70 km - Stay on the path and ignore turns to the left and right as you continue STRAIGHT ON

9.00 km - Pass through the car park and TURN LEFT down a small lane passing the Portelet Inn, pass through the small metal gate signed for Foot Path

9.30 km - TURN RIGHT at the T Junction

9.50 km - TURN LEFT at the T Junction, when the road turns to track BEAR RIGHT and then as the track forks BEAR RIGHT through the carpark

10.20 km - At the end of the track, TURN RIGHT coming back on yourself signed for Quaisime

10.30 km - BEAR RIGHT at the bottom of the steps and follow the top of the beach around the next two bays

12.10 km - At the end of St Brelade's Bay, TURN RIGHT up the tarmac boat access road, pass through the car park and then TURN LEFT and TURN LEFT again down the small lane with the church to your left

12.30 km - BEAR LEFT signposted Beauport Footpath

12.40 km - TURN RIGHT off the road signed Beauport Bay 20 minutes

12.90 km - BEAR LEFT following signage for Coastal Path

13.10 km - TURN LEFT onto the road then BEAR LEFT before the carpark for the footpath, do not go down the steps but stay on the path

13.30 km - BEAR RIGHT at the fork in the path

13.40 km - BEAR RIGHT at the next fork then head STRAIGHT ON ignoring the field to your right

14.10 km - BEAR RIGHT ignoring the sign for the Quarry then TURN RIGHT off the track and onto a small road

14.30 km - BEAR RIGHT to stay on the track ad the TURN LEFT 50 metres ahead signposted Foot Path

14.60 km - BEAR RIGHT past the radio tower

14.70 km - Head STRAIGHT ON through three crossroads in the path

15.00 km - TURN RIGHT at the T Junction, then cross the road to continue on the path

15.50 km - Continue STRAIGHT ON at the bottom of the steps

15.60 km - Cut back before you reach the rail tracks, cross them and then BEAR RIGHT ascending sharply

15.70 km - TURN LEFT joining a larger path and following the green waymarkers

16.00 km - Where the path forks, take the higher path and when that brings you back up to the clifftop BEAR RIGHT past the La Rosette sculpture then TURN RIGHT to join the main road where you TURN RIGHT after 30 metres TURN LEFT off the road and then BEAR RIGHT to join the footpath

16.60 km - TURN RIGHT onto the road, ascending

17.00 km - TURN LEFT off the road signed for Petit Port, then continue STRAIGHT ON ignoring the right-hand turn for a footpath and follow the steps ascending above the beach

17.20 km - BEAR LEFT to stay on the footpath

17.60 km - BEAR LEFT descending into La Pulente bay

17.90 km - Continue down the main road until you come to the La Pulente road sign on the left hand side, there is a small food shed there. 

BUS TO ST BRELADES -  The bus number is the 22 and they run approx every 2 hours. Please make sure you check the most up-to-date timetables at  You will get off at the Red House Shops stop in St Brelade's. 









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OS Grid
XD 91986 -79715
49.183176, -2.111274
49°10'59.4"N 2°06'40.6"W
30U 564764 5448199
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Sturdy waterproof boots as the path can be slippery and wet in parts.

Walking poles for stream crossing and muddy descents if the weather is wet.

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