Welcome to St. Augustine
Take advantage of true serenity in this historic community
When you stroll through St. Augustine, you get to experience a historic town that is the oldest in the country. It has some of the richest history showcasing Spanish influence in Florida, and many tourists visit St. Augustine annually. Much of this influence is found in the architecture, with historic buildings that reflect Spanish and Mediterranean styles. Red clay roofs and large ceilings are common in the structures of new construction, as well.
What to Love
- Lots of historical charm and cultural influence in art across the community
- Restaurants and shopping centers within walking distance
- Great environment and warm climate all year
- Lots of outdoor festivals and events all year to keep you busy
St. Augustine is warm and embracing, where everyone who visits is welcomed with open arms. While this city may be old, the atmosphere is hip and upbeat, with residents taking in everything it offers. Upscale restaurants, premium shopping, and beautiful views are all a part of St. Augustine and add to the lavish lifestyle. The arts and culture are heavily embraced, so know that you will be celebrating St. Augustine throughout the year.
Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping
If you are looking for a great spot for dinner with beautiful views, then you should make a reservation at Cap's On The Water
. It is a local favorite that even tourists frequent. If they don't have a table available, head over to St. Augustine Fish Camp
, where you can get the freshest catches of the day. There are specialty dishes available.
If you want to grab a couple of drinks after a long day at work or running errands, you will find the reprieve you need at Ice Plant Bar
. Enjoy small dishes with your drinks. If you want to enjoy some of the best local brews in St. Augustine, then A1A Ale Works
is where you should be.
Things to Do
Many shows at The St. Augustine Ampitheatre
are scheduled to keep you busy throughout the year, and it holds some of the largest acts in the industry. Make sure you take your family and enjoy the Nights of Lights
for each season to see how they change.
The public schools in St. Augustine are a part of the St. Johns County School district, one of the state’s higher-rated school districts.
R. B. Hunt Elementary, Grades Pre-K-5
R. J. Murray Middle School, Grades 6-8
St. Augustine High School, Grades 9-12