Summer Sundays are Open on Florida’s Historic Coast
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Written by St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches Visitors and Convention Bureau   
Tuesday, June 02, 2020 12:10 PM

St. Augustine, Fla – (June 2, 2020)…Florida’s Historic Coast is safely welcoming visitors back to Northeast Florida to take in the history, enjoy the 42 miles of beach, to relax with friends and family and, most importantly, to make new memories. While local businesses are taking extraordinary measures to ensure visitors’ experiences here are safe, they are also making sure Sundays here are worry FREE. 

Sundays were always about being care-free, free to run around; free to just hang out; free to do whatever one wanted; guilt-free. This summer, Sundays on Florida’s Historic Coast are even more “free” than ever. Enjoy FREE Sunday night stays at selected historic inns, resorts, and hotels with a Wednesday arrival or Thursday departure. And there is even more free, as in FREE admission for a second guest when purchasing an adult ticket. Free as in a FREE appetizer when an entrée is purchased. Free as in FREE live music.

What better time is there to check-off those “must-do” bucket list experiences -- like learning to Stand Up Paddle Board, surf or fly-fish, go deep sea fishing, or enjoy a round of golf one of the area’s bucket list golf courses like the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass or the King and Bear at the World Golf Village.

Dining at one of the waterfront eateries or quaint outdoor settings found throughout Florida’s Historic Coast promises a flavorful adventure featuring fresh local seafood and unique culinary creations. Enjoy sidewalk dining at one of the cafes on Aviles Street, the oldest street in the U.S. and the farm-to-fork Southern fare at The Floridian, the fresh catch at the oceanfront Reef Restaurant and refreshing libations on the top deck of Salt Life Seafood Shack. The cuisine here is as vibrant and diverse as the beautiful surroundings.

There are always plenty of free activities here, and now with Summer Sunday special offers there are even more activities for visitors to enjoy for FREE. From buy-one-get-one free admission to the Colonial Quarter Museum and free admission for children at The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum to free desserts at Raintree, Sundays are indeed fun days on Florida’s Historic Coast.

Florida’s Historic Coast is ready to welcome visitors back to enjoy the 42 miles of wide-open beaches, to relax with friends and family, to enjoy the outdoors, and to explore some amazing history. The businesses and community on Florida’s Historic Coast will make every effort to ensure each person’s visit is a safe one. Visitors are also asked to follow safe social distancing protocols and to wear face masks when in public places where distancing is more difficult. And equally as important for all, please be kind and patient with each other during these new times.

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Located midway between Daytona Beach and Jacksonville, Florida’s Historic Coast includes historic St. Augustine, the outstanding golf and seaside elegance of Ponte Vedra Beach, the casual beachside communities of Crescent Beach, St. Augustine Beach and Vilano Beach all along 42 miles of pristine Atlantic coastline. For more information call 1.800.653.2489 or go to the Visitors and Convention Bureau website at www.FloridasHistoricCoast.com. Follow the destination on social media Instagram @FloridasHistoricCoast @ViajaSanAgustin Facebook.com/OfficialStAugustine and Facebook.com/ViajaSanAgustin and Twitter @FlHistoricCoast.