Due to health-related last-minute cancellation, April 2019 is available by the week or by the month
WIDE SANDY BEACH--3 min. walk to beach--Family friendly-- CONDO IS AVAILABLE BY THE WEEK ($700) AND BY THE MONTH ($1800)
ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH has consistently been ranked in the top ten of best beaches in the United States. While you can find plenty of information on the history of the City of St. Augustine, here's some little publicized history about St. Augustine Beach which is located on Anastasia Island:
Until the mid-18th century, the St. Augustine Beach area was used as pasture land for cattle and quarries for coquina. In 1730, a businessman from New York by the name of Jessie Fish claimed the coastal land south of the lighthouse and established the local citrus industry. The Fish family cultivated this land from 1730 to 1820's. In the 1880's, St. Augustine Beach was called South Beach. The transportation from St. Augustine was provided via the South Beach Railroad. This train brought tourists to see the alligator farm, quarries, and lighthouse and to relax along the beaches. In 1920, the first hotels in St. Augustine Beach brought tourists who enjoyed this pastoral escape from formal St. Augustine. There were no paved roads. The only way to travel was over the dunes or to drive on the beach. The history of St. Augustine Beach is closely tied to the history of early exploration in North America. The settlements of the French, British and Spanish explorers in this area played an important role in the rich history of Florida and the United States.
BUT COME SEE FOR YOURSELF--Explore the historic sights of St. Augustine as well as the relaxing offerings of Anastasia Island.
IT'S A GREAT PLACE TO VACATION!
St. Augustine Beach and Tennis Club Condominium...Family friendly! Wide sandy beach only three minutes walk from your patio. This is one of St. Augustine Beach's truly oceanfront condominiums.
Master bedroom has queen-size bed and second bedroom has twins. Dining area seats six. Fully-equipped kitchen. HD TV.
The condo is CLEAN and completely and comfortably furnished (including bed and bath linens) for a relaxing getaway--just bring your own beach towels, beach chairs, boogie and surf boards, beach toys etc.
Unlimited local and long distance calls (48 states) and free WiFi
SUN, SWIM, FISH, SURF, TENNIS, GOLF, GO SHELLING--OR JUST RELAX ON THE BEACH
If and when you tire of the beach, it's just a short drive over the Bridge of Lions to the old world charm of St. Augustine with its historic sites and fine restaurants. There are also many unique restaurants located on the island and nearby. Enjoy nearby attractions like the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum where you can climb the 219 steps to the top of the Lighthouse for a breathtaking view of the area.
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre located on the island offers top name entertainment with national and international performers. Check out the upcoming concerts and performances and purchase tickets in advance at www.staugustineamphitheatre.com
You may also consider visiting the St. Augustine Alligator Farm, Marineland, Anastasia State Park, St. Johns County Fishing Pier, the Castillo de San Marcos (a 17th Century fortress that has never been taken by force). Take a carriage ride through the Oldest City or ride a tour train.
TENNIS—Atlantic Beach and Tennis Club is located adjacent to our parking lot offering har-tru courts, indoor (saltwater) and outdoor pools, co-ed and women’s only gyms, saunas, whirlpools, and special classes. Check it out at www.atlanticbeachandtennisclub.com
SUMMER SPECIAL--Free outdoor concerts featuring local talent teamed with local restaurants offering their signature cuisine at concerts (less than $10) on Wednesday evenings at the St. Augustine Beach Pier Pavilion.
FARMERS MARKETS --Wednesday at the pier and Saturday at the Amphitheatre.
PLAY GOLF? Tee off at any of a number of fine golf courses. Venture to Disney World (two hours away) or the World Golf Village (25 minutes) for a round of golf, a tour of the World Golf Hall of Fame, or an I-Max movie on a newly enlarged 3-D screen. For the less enthusiastic golfer, there are several put-put courses nearby.