You can’t beat breakfast at Santiago’s Florida Kitchen at the Guy Harvey Resort St. Augustine Beach. Wake up to classic buttermilk pancakes, biscuits and gravy, French toast and all kinds of egg sandwiches before heading off for a day of adventure on the water.
Right off A1A on the marina at Comares Avenue is where you’ll find Fishardy Charters. Here you can take advantage of the year-round fishery St. Augustine offers with one of the area’s best and most experienced guides, Capt. Jacob Hardy. Whether you’re a seasoned angler or just trying it out for the day, this is sure to be one of the most memorable experiences you’ll have on the water. If fishing isn't your thing, experience the waterways on a boat tour with St. Augustine Boat Tours.
All that fishing has got you hankering. Once back on land you’ll be ready for a cold brew and some tropical inspired fare. How does lunch in a tiki hut over the water sound? That’s what’s waiting for you at the Conch House along with fresh catch dishes, Caribbean inspired fare and classic Cuban sandwiches.
Ready to relax? At La Fiesta Ocean Inn & Suites you’ll not only have direct access to the pristine Atlantic ocean but the luxury of a heated 60-foot pool to relax in. Just next door, take the family for a competitive game of Miniature Golf at Fiesta Falls. The course boasts 18 holes, several waterfalls and a 65-foot ship to play through.
You don’t have to look to find a great spot for dinner on Beach Boulevard. Salt Life Food Shack is a local favorite with its open air dining and fresh seafood selections. If you’re really in a beachy mood, be sure to try their fresh oysters and sushi plates. Afterwards, a stroll along the boulevard will lead you to Coneheads for classic and creative ice cream flavors. You’ll scream for this ice cream.