St Augustine

The city of St. Augustine, Florida, was founded in 1565 by Spanish explorer and admiral, Pedro Menéndez de Avilés. The city is the oldest continuously occupied European-established city and port in the continental United States. The city is a popular tourist destination, for its Spanish Colonial buildings as well as elite 19th century architecture. The city’s historic center is anchored around St. George Street, which is lined with historic homes from various periods. Some of these homes are reconstructions on the original site, but many are original buildings.

Saint Augustine, Florida, is located on “The First Coast”, which extends from Amelia Island in the north to Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Palm Coast in the south.

2011 Annual Events in St. Augustine


First Friday Artwalk

Taste of St. Augustine

Uptown Saturday Night

Florida’s Birding & Photo Fest

Gamble Rogers Folk Festival


The Players Championship – Ponte Vedra

Drake’s Raid
June 4, 2011

Fourth of July


St. Augustine’s Birthday

Florida Heritage Book Festival

Datil Pepper Festival
October 23

Greek Festival

Lincolnville Heritage Festival
Pirate Gathering
Fall Arts & Crafts Festival
Winter Wonderland


Holiday Tour of Bed & Breakfast Inns
British Night Watch