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About Saint Augustine
Things to do
The action starts and ends at St. George Street, a pedestrian-friendly boulevard lined with art galleries, ice cream and yogurt shops, hip clothing stores, and restaurants. A magnet for artists and musicians, you'll see everything from violinists playing classical favorites to jugglers and magicians performing on St. George Street. For sun and beach worshippers, St. Augustine Beach offers a fishing pier and miles of sand. Crescent Beach, is situated on scenic and unspoiled Anastasia Island, and Vilano Beach draws visitors with waterfront restaurants and picnic areas.
High on your check-list of sights to enjoy should be Castillo de San Marcos, a dynamic, well preserved fortress built by the Spaniards in the 1600s. Another popular sight is the Fort Matanzas National Monument, a watchtower fort built by the Spanish to observe the waters for any oncoming enemy vessels. The Lightner Museum occupies the ornate former Hotel Alcazar, which offers displays of stained glass, crystals, and historical artifacts. The Fountain of Youth Archeological Park allows visitors to sip from the world-renowned fountain. And finally, the towering St. Augustine Lighthouse offers phenomenal views of the city.
One of the area's biggest lures is the World Golf Village and World Golf Hall of Fame, a sprawling resort/residential development located 16 miles west of downtown. Two championship 18-hole golf courses await you at World Golf Village, one designed by Sam Snead and Gene Sarazen, and the other by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. The village also includes a shopping marketplace with restaurants and shops, a PGA Tour Academy, and a spa.
There are events to visit for all year round. In the spring, visit Saint Augustine Beach for the Arts & Crafts Show and the Rhythm & Ribs barbecue! Summer offers weekly concerts on the plaza where there's dancing every Thursday. There are historical reenactments as the weather heats up. Things like Drakes Raid or Serles Revenge, the British Encampment are shown for locals and visitors. The holiday season brings St Augustine to life with many activities. The entire downtown area is lit up in white lights for the annual "Nights of Lights" season. Sing Christmas carols while you tour the St. Augustine Historic Inns Holiday Tour, The Tour of Homes, or the ever-popular Christmas Parade.
There are hunderds of fantastic dining options in Saint Augustine. Crave Food Truck is not only the #1 rated eatery in Saint Augustine on TripAdvisor, it might just be the best food truck anywhere. Grab lunch there after a long day on the beach. Uptown Scratch Kitchen has a menu made from the finest ingredients and Collage Restaurant is artful global dining at its best. For your fill of Italian, head to Casa Bendetto's Ristorante and The Back 40 Urban Cafe might not look like much from the outside, but diners are consistently blown away by the food there.In the nation's oldest city, whose main draw is a charming Old Town area enveloped by cobblestone streets, historical sites, lively bars and cafes, and trendy shops and boutiques, St Augustine vacation rentals are an exceptional lodging option. Staying in a St. Augustine, FL rental guarantees you'll return each day to a spacious, amenity-rich home or condominium where you can relax comfortably, prepare your own gourmet meals and snacks, and recharge your energy level for the next day of fun and frolic.