Visitors can stroll the city's downtown area and take in its colonial charm.
Kayaking is a great way to explore the natural world filled with dolphins, manatees and other sea creatures.
The beachside city has 73,000 acres of protected beaches, salt marsh, ocean and mangrove estuary.
Bridge of Lions at Castillo de San Marcos symbolizes the Spanish fleets that brought the wealth of the New World to Spain.
Castillo de San Marcos at sunset makes a perfect spot for lovers.
El Galeon adds to the city's Spanish Renaissance Revival architecture that landed it on the National Register of Historic Places.
Castillo de San Marcos once protected the city from British invaders.
The city sits in a harbor with a coquina fort that looks past the barrier islands toward the open ocean.
St. Augustine's colonial-city charm, beautiful beaches and nouveau eateries make the city a prime location on Florida's northern Atlantic coast.