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St. Augustine Night of Lights

Plan Now for St. Augustine Night of Lights in 2021

Each year, nearing the holiday season, the St. Augustine Night of Lights transforms the city into a sparkling masterpiece. More than three million lights adorn the buildings, historic structures, and palm trees, lighting up the evenings. It’s a lovely time of year to explore the Florida coast, and the St. Augustine Night of Lights makes

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St. Augustine Lighthouse

Enjoy the View from the St. Augustine Lighthouse

Of course, the view from the St. Augustine Lighthouse is the number one reason to visit, but there’s a lot more here than just a 219 step spiral staircase to the top of this historical landmark. There are exhibits at the Keepers’ House and Maritime Archaeology Center, a 1782 British shipwreck to explore, and even

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The San Sebastian Winery

A Summer Afternoon at The San Sebastian Winery

The San Sebastian Winery in St. Augustine is an experience you must have when visiting the area! This one-of-a-kind winery is sure to be a highlight of your time spent here. Ranked as one of Florida’s premium wineries, San Sebastian Winery has developed a vast array of wines that are offered. A complimentary tour and

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kayak in St. Augustine

5 Great Places to Kayak in St. Augustine

When you kayak in St. Augustine you’ll have a wide variety of places to choose from! The location of this historical city makes it perfect for this fun sport. Here there are bays, inlets, estuaries, and the Matanzas River to name a few of the plethora of options to kayak. This is an ideal way

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how to get to St. Augustine

How to Get to St. Augustine

How to get to St. Augustine? There are many options depending on whether you prefer a quick flight, a drive with stops along the way, or maybe even a bus ride. If you happen to already be in Florida, St. Augustine is just about 2 hours away from some major Florida cities including Jacksonville, Daytona

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romantic packages at our st. augustine bed and breakfast

Romantic Packages at Our St. Augustine Bed and Breakfast

Our St. Augustine Bed and Breakfast will be your ultimate romantic getaway for you and your loved one! Enjoy the feeling like you are being well taken care of with our luxurious details and all you have to focus on is each other. Located within walking distance of historic downtown St. Augustine, our Florida Inn

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St. Augustine Night of Lights

Get Ready for St. Augustine Night of Lights 2020

The St. Augustine Night of Lights is a stunning city-wide holiday display that is sure to be an unforgettable experience! This year marks the 27th year for this annual event in which the town’s Spanish colonial buildings are draped in white twinkling lights from the sidewalks all the way to the rooftops. This creates a

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Explore the St. Augustine historic district

10 Places to Explore in The St. Augustine Historic District

Explore the St. Augustine historic district and you’ll find it to be a unique relic of the history of Florida and is a must-see when visiting! Here you’ll be immersed in the culture of the nation’s oldest city where many of the buildings and landmarks date back to the 1700s and today are listed on

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Visit the St. Augustine Lighthouse

Visit the St.Augustine Lighthouse This Summer

The St. Augustine Lighthouse is one of the iconic structures of the city, standing tall above the beautiful shores of Anastasia Island. Visitors to the St. Augustine lighthouse can enjoy some of the best views of the city, learn more about the Nation’s oldest port, and learn how this incredible monument to history played a

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10 Things to do in St Augustine This Winter

Things to do in St. Augustine This Winter

Are you looking for a great list of things to do in St. Augustine? It’s a great place to get away no matter the time of year, but perhaps especially so this winter.  The temperature is generally mild in St. Augustine in January and February, with temperatures usually ranging from the mid-60s to mid-70s, and

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