Explore Fort Matanzas National Monument
Spanish, French, British and American history all meet at this small coquina-shell fort located near St. Augustine. Originally constructed in 1740 to protect access to the city from the south, it's now a national monument. Explore with us - for Free!
From shopping at the Old Spanish Quarter to eating at great local restaurants, exploring historical forts and the St. Augustine Lighthouse, Yoga,
or spending a day on the water, we have plenty of things to do. Here are just a few of the many diversions you can look forward to when visiting or living in our community.
Shopping and Dining in the Ancient City
From t-shirts to evening wear and everything underneath,you can find it in St.Augustine. You won't go hungry either. For your dining pleasure the Ancient City has a variety of authentic pubs and bistros,fine dining rooms, waterfront terraces and casual cafes.
Kayaking at Anastasia State Park
Do you like kayaking and canoeing? If so, take a virtual kayak trip with us from Anastasia State Park to the St. Augustine Lighthouse.
Ghost Tours in St. Augustine
Heard any good ghost stories lately?
If not, maybe you want to take a spooky trip with one of our local tour companies.
You just might not believe your eyes or ears...
St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum
No trip to America's First City is complete without visiting the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum. 144 + years of history and 219 steps await your visit.
Janet Tinga, Realtor® 904-599-2381 Real Estate in Florida's Historic Coast of St Augustine
If you're buying a new home or selling your current home, let it begin with me. If you are not ready to use my real estate services, please enjoy my web site and contact me when you are ready. My phone number is 904-599-2381 and my email is Janet@HistoricCoastHomes.com.