Saint Augustine City: Ancient City of Florida
Known as the city of the God, St. Augustine City is the ancient city of Florida founded in 1565. The city is located amid North East and Central East Florida and easily accessible to Daytona Airports and Jacksonville, Orlando. On September 8, 1565, Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles came aground and named a stretch of area close to the gulf out of appreciation of Augustine, a saint of the Roman Catholic Church on whose banquet day – Aug. 28 – area was located. The area has been identified as of late by archeologists from the University of Florida as being the place the present-day Mission of Nombre de Dios and the Fountain of Youth stand, the Castillo de San Marcos and a few blocks north of the City Gate.
The rich heritage of the St. Augustine city makes the place and its nearby areas a perfect place for the visitors. The city witnesses four centuries of history that obliged to Greeks and Native Americans, Spanish and English and African Americans.
• St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum
• Ghost Boat Tours in St. Augustine
• Deep Sea Fishing St. Augustine
• St. Augustine Marine land
• Flagler College Legacy tours
• Lightner Museum
• Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
• Fountain of Youth Discovery Park
• Anastasia State Park
• St Augustine Lighthouse
• Colonial Spanish Quarter