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It's no secret that there are so many great St. Augustine restaurant s to taste your way through, but did you know that St. Augustine is also home to some fantastic wine? San Sebastian Winery is a favorite attraction for wine aficionados and casual drinkers...Read more
A family celebrates Mother's Day in St. Augustine
Plan a trip to St. Augustine to celebrate Mother's Day 2021! Start off the day with brunch before heading to the beach or to a local attraction like a museum or St. George Street. Celebrate with your whole family by booking a St. Augustine vacation rental!Read more
Looking for a first date or established couple date night? We have many wonderful places you can explore together for first timers to get to know our city and each other or for established couples to enjoy a break with time to renew your relationship...Read more
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For many, St. Augustine might not be the first city that pops into your head when you think of St. Patrick's Day. Maybe Boston or Chicago are the first cities that pop into your mind, but St. Augustine has been celebrating the holiday for even...Read more
While the Beach Blastoff has been cancelled this year (we so look forward to its return in 2021!), there are still many great activities available here in the Nation’s Oldest City! We have many restaurants that will be open and many attractions as well. The...Read more
Best Viewing Locations and Parking Tips for Nights of Lights Great Locations to View the Lights St. Augustine’s Award-Winning Nights of Lights begins November 14 (a week earlier this year) and continues until January 31. Due to the continuing COVID-19 situation, there will be no...Read more
Fall is one of the best times of the year to visit St Augustine. From the beautiful weather to the smaller crowds, St. Augustine is perfect for the traveler looking to get away from it all. Why Travel to St Augustine FL This Fall Our...Read more
Great Ways to Enjoy the Fourth of July in St. Augustine We do associate the Fourth of July with fireworks, but even though St. Johns County has cancelled the Fourth of July Celebration and Fireworks, there are still many ways to enjoy the holiday here...Read more
The beaches of St. Augustine are officially open, and that means there are more than 40 miles of shoreline to explore. St. Augustine beaches are not only great for water sports and relaxing, they are also home to abundant wildlife. From May 1 through October...Read more
Are you headed on a beach vacation with a baby or toddler to St. Augustine? Planning a day on the beach with an infant can be challenging, but with a little planning ahead, both you and baby can enjoy the time near sand and water...Read more

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