The insiders guide to St Augustine Florida

As the oldest city in the United States St. Augustine is a living history lesson. The city was originally settled in 1565 by a group of Spanish colonists and soldiers led by explorer Pedro Menedez. At the center of the cities history is Castillo De San Marcos a fort built by the Spanish in 1672.


World Golf Village

Think of the World Golf Village as the Disney World of Golf, a fantasy land for golf lovers.  In a single day you can sit in members locker room with clubs used by Nicklaus and Palmer, stroll on the famed Old Course at St Andrews, and try your luck at 132 yards over water.

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Anastasia State Park

The Anastasia State Park in St Augustine Florida is open 365 days from 8 am until sunset.  Miles and miles of beautiful beach offers plenty of water sports and activities like swimming, surfing, kayaking, and fishing.  Park roads offer miles of bicycle riding while the camp ground area has facilities with hot showers.

World Golf Village

Think of the World Golf Village as the Disney World of Golf, a fantasy land for golf lovers.  In a single day you can sit in members locker room with clubs used by Nicklaus and Palmer, stroll on the famed Old Course at St Andrews, and try your luck at 132 yards over water.

Crescent Beach

Crescent beach is a beautiful beach in St Augustine with white sand named after its natural shoreline shape of a crescent moon. You can drive your car right onto Crescent Beach.

Flavors Eatery

This unique cafe boasts some of the best and most original pizza in St. Augustine, FL.  Flavors Eatery is located within walking distance of Flagler College and Historic St. Augustine on King Street. 

Alligator Farm

You’ll come face to face with alligators and crocodiles from around the world at the St Augustine Alligator Farm.  Opened in 1893, this historic landmark is one of the oldest zoos in the USA.

Flagler College

In the Center of St. Augustine on the site of the historic Hotel Ponce de Leon is Flagler College. Just a few miles from the pristine beaches of St Augustine Flagler College is a private liberal arts college with about 2,000 students.

Castillo De San Marcos

Castillo De San Marcos is the center of St. Augustine. Built by the Spanish in 1672 to defend the city, the fort has seen hundreds of years of battles between many enemies.

Today it is a National Monument that takes you back to a time of iron cannons, wooden ships and battles between empires.

Caps on the Water

Caps on the Water in St Augustine is a great waterfront restaurant that gives you a true Florida experience. Sit on the water, eat, and enjoy the scenery of the Intercoastal and the ocean breeze from the Atlantic.