Although St. Augustine may be the oldest city in the United States, it attracts all sorts of visitors, both young and old. Throughout the year, vacationers enjoy such outdoor sports as golf, horseback riding, kayaking and more.
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This St. Augustine hotel is conveniently located near the beach and the downtown historic district.
History buffs will love exploring the 17th century Spanish fort known as the Castillo de San Marcos, overlooking the water. History is alive and well amid St. Augustine, Florida’s impressive shores.
Nestled between bustling Orlando in the south and Jacksonville to the north. St. Augustine offers a timeless place to relive the past or celebrate the present. The Old City reminds one of an enchanting European village, with plenty of shops and antique stores on St. George Street and beyond.
Walk down Aviles Street, the oldest street in America’s oldest city. There’s lots of modern art and handmade crafts, as well, to be found in some of the area’s eclectic galleries and shops. From gourmet seafood to spicy Caribbean and Spanish delicacies, visitors will never go hungry amid the city’s many cafes and restaurants. Toast the town at the area’s first legal distillery since Prohibition, the St. Augustine Distillery Company. It’s easy to drink and be merry in this festive, historic town.
Walking amid cobblestone streets in the middle of a mild Florida winter in St. Augustine’s Old City is a site to behold. During the city’s annual Nights of Lights, thousands of bulbs illuminate the city. Although nighttime temperatures can dip in the 40s F, if you dress right, pleasures abound. Summertime is also lots of fun, with plenty of gentle breezes from local Atlantic waters to help you keep cool. Outdoor activities of all kinds, from beach picnics to hikes in the state parks, go perfectly with more mild spring and fall temperatures.