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St. Augustine
Vacation Rental & Resort


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Sleeps 21 People
8 Bedroom Areas
2 Kitchens
4.5 Baths
Next To The Beach

Right In The
Heart Of Historic
St. Augustine Beach FL

The Historic District Is 10 Minutes From The Sand Castle!

Founded in 1565, St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied settlement of European origin in the United States. Cross the Bridge of Lions into the Old City, then take a buggy ride through the Historic District with its narrow cobblestone streets, balconied houses and numerous historical sites, reflecting its Spanish origins.  There you will also find quaint cafes, bars and unique shops.

The St. Augustine Visitor Information Center is located at the edge of the Historic District across from Castillo de San Marcos.  Parking is easily accessible and it should be your first stop to learn more about the Old City.

Here are just a few of the many things you can visit in downtown St. Augustine. For more information visit

Colonial Spanish Quarter

The Colonial Spanish Quarter is a living history museum located in the Historic District.  Tradesmen go about their occupations in blacksmithing, carpentry, leatherworking, candle making and other trades. 
The visitor experiences how early Spanish families lived day to day, grew and cooked their food, and tended their livestock in 18th century St. Augustine.

Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse

Located near the city gates, this popular tourist site is the oldest wooden schoolhouse in the United States.  It was built over 200 hundred years ago when Florida was under the rule of Imperial Spain and is constructed of red cedar and cypress utilizing wooden pegs and handmade nails.

Castillo de San Marcos

Constructed in 1672, Castillo de San Marcos architecture and detail are distinctive and unique. It is the oldest masonry and only extant 17th century fort in North America.   The Castillo comes alive through a diverse range of programs which include Ranger talks, museum exhibits, historical weapons demonstrations, living history re-enactments and special events.

Haunted St. Augustine

Many paranormal experts say that old St. Augustine is one of the most haunted sites in America.  Numerous ghost tours are available throughout St. Augusitne, both walking and motorcoach.

The Old Jail

Completed in 1891, the jail housed prisoners for over 60 years and is one of the few surviving 19th century jails.  Built by Henry Flagler, it was made to resemble a fine hotel. BEWARE:  Many people say it is still haunted by prisoners who ended their lives on its gallows.