Thank you for choosing one of our homes for your vacation in St. Augustine!
Here you have some of our favorite things to do in our beautiful town.
- Cantina Louie (Mexican Restaurant)
- Sunset Grill (Seafood and General Local Food)
- The Columbia(Cuban/Spanish Food)
Places to Visit in St Augustine
We personally love:
The Castillo de San Marcos
The Alligaor Farm (Specially the zip-line activity)
Matanzas National Monument (Free and Great)
Aldi (Cheapest in the area)
1773 US Hwy 1, South St, St. Augustine, FL 32086
1033 A1A Beach Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080
3905 A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080
2355 US-1 S, St. Augustine, FL 32086
More General Information
There are so many local and unique restaurants in St. Augustine. The list below is just a sample of the restaurants located in and around St. Augustine. All of these are recommended by the staff and are some of our personal favorites. Whether you want to have a burger and beer on the beach or have a more intimate meal in the historic district, there is a restaurant in this town for you. Stop by our office and pick up a restaurant guide. If you have any comments are think we should add to our list, please feel free to contact us.
The Beachcomber Restaurant
World Famous Oasis Deck & Restaurant
South Beach Grille
Cap’s on the Water
Founded by Pedro Menendez in 1565, St. Augustine runs rampant with Spanish history. The architecture of the buildings beams Spanish influence and the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument looks out over the Matanzas Waterway, still the focal point of the town. But don’t let your kids tell you that sounds boring! Check out these great places that you can visit as a family!
Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
Stop by and take a step back in time.
The soldiers are on duty daily and administer hourly cannon firings!
Open Daily & Completely Free!
The watchtower is a short boat ride across the intracoastal waterway!
Stop in to see one of Henry Flagler’s greatest buildings!
One of the best ways to make sure you see the entire city is by taking a guided tour! In St. Augustine, there are many different tour styles you can choose from. The tours below vary by land, air or sea. Some tours are self-guided while others are more informative. There are so many spots to see in St. Augustine that are “off the beaten path”. Don’t miss these great sites! Browse through the options below or contact us for recommendations or flyers.
Old Town Trolley Tours
Experience the Nation’s Oldest City in a Fun & Interesting Way!
St. Augustine Eco Tours
Serious Nature! Serious Fun!
Relax and enjoy this 75 minute ride!
Ripley’s Sightseeing Train
Comprehensive Tour of the City!
Sail the seas on this authentic 19th century blockade runner!
Ghost Tours of St. Augustine
Experience the scary and exciting side of the town!
St. Augustine Historic Walking Tours
Speciality Tours of the City!
Tours by the Sea
Take a smooth ride by Segway on the beach!
Horse-Drawn carriage rides through the old city
Museums in St. Augustine offer a unique look at the history of “America’s Oldest City”. In addition to the historical museums, the city offers some fun and exciting museums as well. Laugh and be amazed as you visit Ripley’s Believe it Or Not. Encounter “real” pirates at the BRAND NEW Pirate & Treasure Museum. Or take a step back in time as you visit the Old Spanish Quarter Museum. See a list of the city’s most popular museums below.
St. Augustine Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse & Museum
Oldest House Museum
Potter’s Wax Museum
Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum
St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum
St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum
The Lightner Museum
World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum
Villa Zorayda Museum