A Dining and History Tour of St. Augustine

By Julie Deily Almost seven years ago, Curtis and I visited St. Augustine for a long weekend. It wasn't the first time visiting for either of us, but it was our first time visiting together. We have great memories of that trip. We didn't have a lot of money but we still had a blast. So given…

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Self-Guided Tour: Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Fernandina Beach

This tour of Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Fernandina Beach transports you to some of the oldest historical sites in the state. By VISIT FLORIDA staff Something is happening in downtown Jacksonville. There is a shared expectation here. A feeling that everything's moving in the right direction…

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A Roadtrip from St. Augustine to Amelia Island along Scenic A1A

Stop in the nation's oldest city, for the ocean vistas, in the nature preserves and parks and, finally, on the Isle of Eight Flags. By Kathleen Ryan One of the hundreds of reasons I love living in Florida is that I can hit the road any time of the year. When I have a desire to ride a remote…

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Pirates Shows and Attractions in St. Augustine

You already know St. Augustine is famed for its history, but did you know you can experience all things pirate, too? Get ready to pillage and plunder (no matter how young or old you are)! Pirate and Treasure Museum This timber-shivering museum experience will leave you feeling very thankful that…

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A Driving Tour of Amelia Island and St. Augustine

Here's a great way to take in some of the top attractions in the Amelia Island and St. Augustine areas. Heritage Highlights The better part of your day can easily be spent at Timucuan Ecological and Historical Preserve between the Nassau and St. Johns Rivers. This unique national park was…

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St. Augustine Area Beaches

Here's a guide to St. Augustine's great beaches, listed geographically from north to south. History mingles with modern life in St. Augustine where you can shop, dine, and walk the shores where Spanish explorers first set foot hundreds of years ago. St. Augustine beaches are both secluded and…

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Palm Coast Beaches, from Daytona Beach to St. Augustine

Here's your guide to Flagler Beach and Palm Coast beaches Florida Beaches and parks are listed geographically from north to south. Palm Coast, Florida beaches with this symbol have beach wheelchairs available, either provided as a courtesy, or available for (prearranged) rental and delivery…

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Ecotourism: Green Attractions and Activities in St. Augustine

By Janet K. Keeler There are many ways to enjoy St. Augustine’s natural beauty for maximum minimum impact. The old city is the historic gem of Florida’s First Coast and can be explored from the water, by foot or with the aid of communal transportation. Established in 1565, St. Augustine is the…

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What to Do on St. George Street in St. Augustine

Boutiques, bistros, galleries and gift shops populate cubbyhole storefronts – but you won't find cars or bicycles. By Amy Wimmer Schwarb St. George Street in St. Augustine is the premier street in the nation's oldest city, a thoroughfare where pedestrians can stroll unencumbered by vehicle or…

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Shopping at St. Augustine Premium Outlets

By Janet K. Keeler Keep in mind that you're walking the hall of retail history as you hunt for bargains at St. Augustine Premium Outlets. That’s coincidental, considering you are shopping in the shadow of the oldest city in the United States. St. Augustine was founded in 1565 and is considered…

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