The best kept secret in Northeast Florida!
St. Augustine is hands down among the most beautiful cities in America with cochino walls, cobble stone streets, lots of incredible restaurants, and GHOSTS.
If it's your first time visiting we'd recommend visiting Castillo de San Marcos, taking a stroll down St. George Street through the old walled city, stopping off for a bowl of Minorcan Chowder at the A1A Ale Works restaurant, treating yourself to the Bubble Waffle at Romeo's on Cathedral street, and / or just people watching at the Plaza de La Constitution.
The oldest and largest masonry fort in the continental United States. The Castillo is located on the western shore of Matanzas Bay in the city of St. Augustine and a great place to start your day of adventure.
The site of the original Spanish settlements in St. Augustine, dating back to 1513, the Fountain of Youth archeological site is one of the most interesting, unique attractions in the city.
Rotating craft beers selection, souther comfort foods, fresh seafood, steaks sandwiches and more. Plus outdoor seating overlooking the Matanzas Bay and the Bridge of Lions.
1 King St
St. Augustine, FL 32084
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The perfect place to pop a squat after a long day of touring and just watch the world go by as you relax.
1. Follow Ponte Vedra Blvd and Solana Rd to Florida A1A S/A1A N/A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway -- 6 min (1.6 mi)
2) Follow Florida A1A S/A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway to Locust St in St. Augustine -- 34 min (24.7 mi)
3) Continue on Locust St. Drive until you hit the Castillo and Old City