St Breladeparish on Jersey, has the largest population outside St Helier, with a large urban area to the south of the airport. The village of St Brelade is strung around St Brelade's Bay, near to the church that names the parish, with the main built-up area lying to the north known as Red Houses and Quennevais. However, it is all one continuous urban area these days, and indeed with very little countryside intervening, St Aubin and St Helier are almost connected too.
The centre of the urban area lies around the crossroads at Red Houses, where the A13 meets the B36. Immediately to the north along the B36 is Quennevais, and between them are the main shops and services for the town. Just beyond the shops, the road crosses the Corbiere Railway walk, part of the islands cycle network which follows the old railway line from the centre of St Helier all the way to the westernmost tip at Corbiere. This passes the high school and leisure centre, and a cluster of churches.