Discover St. Augustine, Florida

We invite you to discover historic St. Augustine.

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Founded in 1565, St. Augustine is America's oldest permanently-settled European city. A combination of old world charm, national monuments, and more than 20 unique attractions make a visit to St. Augustine the ideal family vacation. Architectural masterpieces of Spanish Renaissance and Colonial Revival frame lanes of art galleries, antique shops and collectibles; the perfect setting for a romantic evening of dinner and live entertainment in one of our more than 150 fine restaurants, bistros and nightclubs.

The beaches of Anastasia Island, Vilano and North Beach, are all just moments from the historic city. St. Augustine's Beaches span nearly 42 miles, so pick a quiet stretch for sport, fun, dining, swimming, boating and just catching the sun.

Just north of St. Augustine is Ponte Vedra Beach, known for classic resorts, spas, world-famous fairways and tennis. Home of the PGA TOUR and the ATP Tour International Headquarters, Ponte Vedra Beach is a favorite for sports enthusiasts and perfect for your corporate meetings.

To assist in planning your vacation, our website offers a wealth of informati n on special events, attractions, accommodations and restaurants within and around St. Augustine.

St. Augustine is located on that fine line just between Northeast Florida and Central East Florida. St. Augustine, Florida has many fine points that make it the premier family vacation destination.

  • It is convenient to Jacksonville, Orlando and Daytona airports.
  • Golf courses? World Golf Village and Ponte Vedra, home of The Players Championship, are a short 20 minute drive from St. Augustine's historic district.
  • The St. Augustine Municipal Marina, Conch House Marina, Oyster Creek Marina, Sebastian Marina make boating access ultra convenient by sea, river or intracoastal waterway.
  • Off-shore or in-shore fishing, diving and other water sports are abundantly accommodated in St. Augustine. The Ancient City Game Fishing Association is a family oriented group that hosts several annual tournaments. The Marlin Club is another St. Augustine fishing club that sponsors tournaments. Both clubs are environmentally conscious and cooperate with the Florida Fish and Game Commission.
  • St. Augustine also boasts 43 miles of beaches. There's the right beach for everyone: some areas of the beaches permit vehicles while others allow only pedestrians. Some areas of the St. Augustine area beaches produce abundant shelling opportunities for the folks who love to reach down and pick up a little of the mystery of sea life or for those looking for that "message in a bottle".
  • From single strategic vantage points in St. Augustine, you can experience both the joy of the sun rising over the Atlantic Ocean horizon and the peacefulness of the sun setting beyond the salt marsh along the intracoastal waterway.
  • Worried about having adequate medical care?  St. Augustine and the St. Johns County area has plenty of excellent doctors, clinics and health facilities.

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