Welcome to St. Augustine!

St Augustine Florida - Castillo Cannon FiringDiscover more about the nation's oldest city!

Its unique scenery and history set this city apart from any other in the country. St. Augustine has a quaint feel but boasts a big appeal. Visitors can see why when they stroll along the brick-lined streets and delight in the city's European flavor, with centuries-old buildings, horse-drawn carriages, hidden courtyards, and so much more. St. Augustine has plenty of history to explore -- 450 years of it, to be exact.

In addition to its impressive roster of top-rated hotels, resorts and bed and breakfasts, St. Augustine has become known for its excellent restaurants that serve a variety of dishes reflecting the town's multi-cultural heritage. Add to that the city's world-class art galleries, boutiques and outlet shopping, theater and live music opportunities, and 42 miles of gorgeous beaches, and it's easy to see why thousands of visitors come here each year.

We have put together a comprehensive guide to everything St. Augustine has to offer -- from fun and free local events to tour services, parks and attractions. Our information is current and accurate, providing a clear description and address for every hotel, attraction, shop, restaurant and more.

Visit St. Augustine Blog

5 Ways to Fall for St. Augustine

Written Friday, August 26, 2016 by Kate Hensler

The autumn season in St. Augustine is a great time to get out and enjoy some fall activities!Read More

The Sing Out Loud Festival features free concerts at venues throughout the St. Augustine area, including at the Amphitheatre.

Sing Out Loud Music Festival

Written Thursday, August 11, 2016 by Kara Pound

This inaugural festival in St. Augustine will bring together local and national musical acts for free concerts over three weekends in late August and early September 2016.Read More

"Saint Augustine," by Philippe de Champaigne.

How St. Augustine Got Its Name

Written Tuesday, July 26, 2016 by Bill Loughlin

The oldest continously-occupied city in the U.S. was named after Christian theologian and philosopher Saint Augustine, Bishop of Hippo.Read More

Kids Activities in St. Augustine

Written Tuesday, May 31, 2016 by Margaret Wallis

There are tons of things to do in St. Augustine to entertain kids of all ages.Read More

Romantic St. Augustine

Written Thursday, May 5, 2016 by Margaret Wallis

Fall in love with St. Augustine, whether it's your first date or your wedding day.Read More

Explore Nature in St. Augustine

Written Monday, April 4, 2016 by Margaret Wallis

Visitors can get off the beaten path and enjoy the oldest city's wildlife and natural beauty.Read More

St. Augustine is just a short ride north of Daytona Beach, and it's a great place to stay during Bike Week.

Bike Week in St. Augustine

Written Friday, February 19, 2016 by Benjamin Tier

Just an hour's ride north of Daytona Beach, St. Augustine will have you in hog heaven!Read More

The St. Francis Inn welcomes St. Augustine visitors to experience the very best of Christmas.

St. Augustine Inns at Christmas

Written Friday, December 4, 2015 by Benjamin Tier

St. Augustine shines at Christmastime.Read More