Hurricane Matthew has drawn the eyes of the world to the east coast of Florida, and the nation’s oldest city Saint Augustine
Founded 451 years ago, St. Augustine is home to important historic landmarks, diverse museums, romantic inns and unique attractions.
Located 3 miles south of the Flagler Pier and on the beach, High Tides at Snack Jack got its start way back in 1947.
The Matanzas Inlet is an equal parts combination of pirate cove, nature preserve, jet ski and boating paradise, and tropical island fantasy.
Saint George Street is the premier street in the nation’s oldest city, Saint Augustine, Florida
The history of Saint Augustine goes all the back to 1565, but is very much a city that is alive and well in 2016.
So welcome, and come with me on an amazing journey through America’s oldest city – Saint Augustine. I promise you will enjoy your time here.
Today, its 144-block National Historic Landmark District makes Saint Augustine a major tourist destination.
On September 8, 1565, Spanish conquistador Pedro Menéndez de Avilés founded a city on the Atlantic coast of Florida that he named Saint Augustine.