Located on the Northeast Coast of Florida, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches is 31 miles south of St. Augustine and 24 miles north of Daytona Beach. This unique destination offers over 19 miles of uncrowded coquina sand beaches with plenty of room for beach sports, surf fishing or just relaxing in the sun. The vibe is low-key and laid-back. You are more likely to see dolphins and loggerhead turtles then rowdy spring breakers. This community is comfortable with its down-home, non-pretentious spirit. Beaches are pet friendly and free of the typical hi-rises and chain hotels and restaurants. Low-priced admission to attractions, inexpensive oceanview dining and accommodations make a moderately priced family vacation a reality.
Nature lovers have over 40 parks and preserves to choose from for hiking, biking, geocaching and birding. Three of the parks are Florida State Parks and six are part of the Great Florida Birding Trail with over 200 species of birds registered in the County. Water abounds for offshore fishing to backwater paddling all separated by the historic St. Johns River and Intracoastal Waterway.
Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches is a golfer’s paradise with a variety of fantastic golf courses designed by masters of the game. From Palmer, Watson, and Nicklaus we have slope ratings that are fit for champions and a variety of golf landscapes with Oceanside links playing directly on the Atlantic to those with vistas of inland marshes, fresh water lakes and maritime woodlands.
With the reminiscence of Old Florida, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches holds its own as a Floridian treasure.