Visiting St. Augustine

p_areaThe “Oldest City” boasts attractions, historical sites and beautiful natural venues to Please all ages. From unique shopping districts to carriage ride tours to miles of pristine Beaches, the choices of activities are endless.

While Exploring St. Augustine, Don’t Miss:

  • Miles of Beautiful Beaches
  • Historical Sites and Tours – Museums and Galleries
  • Shopping in Boutiques, Outlets and Farmers Markets
  • Fishing
  • Golfing
  • Water Sports – Surfing, Sailing and Boating
  • Unique Dining
  • Local Festivals and Events

Our pedestrian-friendly downtown is also filled with attractions and entertainment.


Ocean Hammock Park Walkway
The Ocean Hammock Park Boardwalk leading to the beach is just 2 minutes from the hotel.

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St. Augustine Outlet Center
Over 95 factory direct outlet stores, a food court, and a bank and postage machine. A free trolley shuttles visitors around the mile-long center. Located off State Road 16, from U.S. 1 North and I-95 by exit 95. (904) 825-1555

The Oldest City’s Original Street of Merchants
During the 1700s, Charlotte Street became the main street as it was the most direct route between the fort and the Francis Mission barracks. Henry Flagler paved the street with brick in the late 1800s. Charlotte Street, one block from the bay front, offers visitors many shops, restaurants and homes to admire.

St. George Street
Stroll along 11 pedestrian-only blocks of shops, restaurants and historic landmarks. Downtown, one block away from Flagler College.

Lenox Factory Outlet
(904) 827-9010
500 Belz Outlet Blvd.

Ponce De Leon Mall
(904) 797-5324
2121 US Highway 1 S


Located about 45 minutes from historic St. Augustine, you’ll find golf, beaches, shopping, dining and entertainment of Jacksonville. For information about the area, including restaurants, malls and major attractions, please visit the Jacksonville Convention & Visitors Bureau.