Boating Destination

St. Augustine

Boating In St. Augustine, Florida

The First City in America

Known as the “Nation’s Oldest City”, St. Augustine is full of charm and unique scenery. Stroll along the city’s brick-lined streets and soak in the romance. Taste the waters of the Fountain of Youth Archeological Park (the exact spot where Ponce de Leon is said to have first landed).

For those travelers that are fans of fine liquor, head over to St. Augustine Distillery for a free tour. Sample some of your favorite spirits and witness the entire distilling process from inception to bottling and leave with a wealth of knowledge about your favorite cocktail.

Of course, one of the most beautiful cities in the United States is not lacking a gorgeous beach. Guests visiting St. Augustine Beach will quickly realize that it’s notorious for its cleanliness, peacefulness and remarkable sunsets.

Located in the heart of the city is St. George Street. This famous street is known for great shopping and eateries with some areas as pedestrian only. Take the trolley to St. George Street to receive the total historical experience of St. Augustine.

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St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum
Dedicated to it's mission to "discover, preserve, present and keep alive the stories of the Nation's Oldest Port", St. Augustine's Lighthouse & Maritime Museum is full of authentic, enjoyable experiences for your entire family.
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St. Augustine Wild Reserve
For a really unique and educational experience, have a visit to the St. Augustine Wild Reserve. Home to hundreds of exotic animals on a 7-acre property, this reserve is one of the areas top attractions offers appointment only tours three times a week.
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Castillo de San Marcos
s the oldest masonry fort in the continental US, Castillo de San Marcos is the focal point of historical St. Augustine. Many travelers consider a stop to this landmark to be one of the highlights of their vacation.
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St. Augustine Distillery
locally founded and community owned, St. Augustine Distillery open their doors in hopes of bringing something special to the city. As craft distilling was happening throughout the company, it was not in Florida. After 18 months of planning, St. Augustine Distillery was launched with 28 local individuals and continues to craft whiskey, rum and gin with local ingredients.
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Cap's On The Water
4325 Myrtle Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 824-8794
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Cellar 6
6 Aviles St. St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 827-9055
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647 A1A Beach Blvd. St. Augustine, FL 32080
(904) 827-3199
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Llama Restaurant
415 Anastasia Blvd.
(904) 584-9279
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Stogies Cigar Bar
36 Charlotte Street St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 826-4008
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Uptown Scratch Kitchen
300 San Marco Ave. St. Augustine, Florida
(904) 377-6050
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Music by the Sea
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Spanish Wine Festival
Nearest Airport
Northeast Florida Regional Airport (UST)
29.9012, -81.3124
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