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Beautiful views from San Sebastian Winery in St. Augustine Florida

Head to San Sebastian Winery & More

While Florida might not come instantly to mind when talking about wine and vineyards, San Sebastian Winery has been a pioneer in the industry since 1996 and remains the second-largest winery in Florida. The state-of-the-art facility is 18,000 square feet, has 40,000 gallons of wine storage capacity, and a bottling line capable of bottling up

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Breweries in St. Augustine, photo of a beer tasting

The Best Breweries in St. Augustine

After a full day exploring the historical attractions, sandy beaches, and stunning architecture in the Nation’s Oldest City, there’s nothing better than grabbing a beer with friends. Thankfully, there’s a great selection of craft breweries in St. Augustine to do just that! While there isn’t a long list of these brewing establishments, it’s all about

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Bed and Breakfast in St. Augustine, photo of the exterior of Casa de Suenos

The Best Historic District Bed and Breakfast in St. Augustine, Florida

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

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fall in Florida

Experience Fall in Florida at our Historic B&B

The weather in St. Augustine is terrific all year round, but if you haven’t ever experienced fall in Florida, you’ve been missing out. The temperatures hover around the mid-60s to low 70s, the days are sunny and bright, and you’ll find fewer crowds in the popular downtown destinations. Autumn is also a fantastic time in

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State Parks Near St. Augustine

Check out these State Parks Near St. Augustine

For outdoor lovers, there’s an excellent selection of Florida State Parks near St. Augustine to explore during your time in the nation’s oldest city. Of course, the most popular and closest option is Anastasia State Park, located on a peninsula of Anastasia Island with pristine white sand, tidal marshes, and ancient dunes. There are also

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St. Augustine Distillery

Taste the Spirit of Florida at the St. Augustine Distillery

In our charming ancient city, one thing not to miss is the St. Augustine Distillery. They offer tours and tastings of their spirits that fully capture the true essence of Florida. The distillers support local and regional agriculture, creating a premier product ideal for sipping, mixing, and craft cocktails. The St. Augustine Distillery is locally

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Lightner Museum

Your Guide to the Lightner Museum in St. Augustine

The Lightner Museum is a quintessential St. Augustine activity to experience located in the former Hotel Alcazar. It checks all the boxes with interesting architecture, historical roots, and Gilded Age artifacts. The immaculate grounds are ideal for a stroll by fountains, a stone bridge leading over a coy pond, and tropical gardens. Inside, is a

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Historic St. Augustine

Top Attractions in Historic St. Augustine

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

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Old Churches

Our Favorite Old Churches in St. Augustine

Of course, a city as ancient as St. Augustine is bound to have stunning architecture and historical attractions, but one of our favorite elements of the past here are the beautiful old churches. Each of these impressive structures has a story that dates back to the founding of this area, and when you step foot

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Haunted St. Augustine

Get to know Haunted St. Augustine

As the oldest city in the US, St. Augustine has a rich, complicated history spanning more than 450 years. Which translates to a past full of stories—often the kind of tales told in the dark of night—about haunted St. Augustine. You’ll also find St. Augustine on the list as one of the most haunted cities

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We want to help you enjoy St. Augustine without all the crowds and Sunday thru Thursdays during July, August, and September is the perfect time for that.

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