Accessible Florida's Historic Coast
St. Augustine | Ponte Vedra continually adapts to allow seamless, accessible and unhindered use for those with disabilities.
The attractions, hotels and restaurants on Florida’s Historic Coast make every effort to accommodate the accessibility needs of visitors. As the nation’s oldest city, St. Augustine has many streets and roads that were built long before cars, tour buses, and millions of visitors made this one of their favorite vacation spots. There are ongoing effort and projects by the city and local businesses to continually adapt to allow seamless, accessible and unhindered use for those with disabilities.
Curb-free access on city streets, designated free handicap parking throughout the city, and an audio braille trail of sculptures and art in public places are just a few of the efforts to make St. Augustine, our nation’s oldest city accessible to all.