Florida’s Northeast Coast is incredibly diverse with 4 distinct destinations. From Amelia Island, Jacksonville & The Beaches, St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches and Clay County, enjoy 75 miles of beautiful serene sandy beaches, scenic golf courses, a full menu of activities and attractions, world class restaurant scene, upscale shopping and family friendly activities. Delivering a coastal road trip, we are easily accessible by car from nearby Florida cities Orlando, Tampa or Miami airports or Georgia’s Atlanta airport. Whether you are traveling solo, seeking a romantic getaway or surprising the family with an experience they won’t soon forget, we invite you to come make memories with us.
Amelia Island offers an unspoiled setting for relaxing and rewarding getaways. The tranquility of an uncrowded beach, allure of wide-open outdoor spaces, enchanted rivers, marshes and greenways, alfresco dining – forces one to embrace the wonders of nature. Amelia Island is edged with natural Appalachian quartz beaches and framed by sand dunes as tall as 40 feet! Treasured for her long stretches of quiet beach; 13 miles long, Amelia Island is consistently ranked among the best of the best with both the island and its partners winning countless awards.
Florida’s Northeast Coast boasts the United States largest city by area – Jacksonville – as well as some of the most, historical attractions and a full menu of nature-based activities such as kayaking and birding. Jacksonville’s museums, art galleries and theaters are complemented by its 22 miles of beaches, sunset cruise options, extensive park system, world class fishing, historic neighborhoods, coastal cuisine and an extensive craft beer scene. Jacksonville proudly boasts the largest urban park system in the United States with more than 80,000 designated acres.
Home to nation’s oldest continuously occupied European settlement, St. Augustine abounds with historic sites, national monuments, architecturally rich churches and Old-World ambiance. From Castillo de San Marcos National Monument in historic St. Augustine area is also home to the history of golf. The World Golf Hall of Fame in the World Golf Village, delivers shopping alternatives and, award winning restaurant Murray Brother’s Caddyshack. Actor-comedian Bill Murray, opened the first-ever Murray Bros. Caddyshack restaurant, on the Walk of Champions at World Golf Village. The Hall of Fame serves as a steward of the game through engaging, interactive storytelling and exhibitions featuring artifacts, works of art, audio, video significant to the history of golf and its members.
The spacious Clay County is famous for fishing, cycling, and boating, hiking and biking trails and RV parks. Our fresh and salt water preserves provide visitors with a unique glimpse of unspoiled ecosystems, including dunes, tidal creeks, estuaries, salt marshes, and mangroves. Clay County is home to more than 93,000 acres of parks and 39 square miles of waterways – making it a great place for exploring the outdoors. Step away from the hustle and bustle. Unwind with events suited for everyone from couples, families, or solo travelers.
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