Florida has always been a fantastic vacation destination, and there are so many great things to do in St Augustine for couples to discover. From beautiful long walks on the sandy dunes of Anastasia Island and romantic dinners in the historic district to stunning architectural tours and fascinating history museums, there’s so much to explore
Casa de Sueños is an intimate bed and breakfast in St. Augustine, Florida, built in the early 1900s. The Inn is centrally located in the Historic District in the Nation’s Oldest City, making it easy to walk to nearby landmarks, popular attractions, delectable restaurants, and much more. Our seven elegant guest rooms are each unique
One of the best reasons to visit the Nation’s Oldest City is the ease with which you can explore. The majority of all the most exciting things to do in Downtown St. Augustine are in an easily accessible, extremely walkable, compact area. You’ll find remarkable architecture, amazing dining opportunities, and fascinating historical monuments and museums
Known as the “First City,” there’s so much to explore in historic St. Augustine. Centuries of stories, people, and events combine in this ancient town and manifest into interesting tours, museums, and attractions. The downtown area is home to most of St. Augustine’s best dining, shopping, and activities. Many of the buildings date back to
Anastasia Island is a must-see destination when on vacation in the St. Augustine area. This barrier island lies just east of the city and is a 14-mile long island that is on average about a mile in width. Bordered by the Matanzas River on the east and the Atlantic Ocean on the right, this small
The ghost tours in St. Augustine are some of the best tours in the country and a big reason is that this historic town has over 450 years of accumulated experiences and stories to tell! These guided walking (and some riding) paranormal tours take you to the most haunted buildings and sites in St. Augustine.
The St. Augustine Lighthouse is a must-see on a visit to the nation’s oldest city! This private non-profit serves as an educational maritime museum today and played an important role in the history of St. Augustine. A part of the nation’s oldest port, the St. Augustine Lighthouse has played a part in many eras of