This is the perfect time of year to enjoy the great outdoors. Especially on a bike.
So as long as you’re revved up for good times in Daytona during Bike Week 2024, from March 1-10, stop by and experience some outdoor fun along Florida’s Historic Coast.
1. Ride A1A to the Oldest City
Take a short ride north on Highway A1A along the Atlantic Coast to St. Augustine, the oldest city in the U.S. Stop along the way to enjoy some sand and surf along our 42 miles of pristine beaches, some of the best in Florida. Then, stretch your legs as you stroll the historic area, take in the Spanish architecture, dine outdoors at dozens of great restaurants, and enjoy live music.
2. Music & Live Entertainment
Fun music and live entertainment are available at classic sites like The Original Café Eleven, The Colonial Oak Music Park, and Prohibition Kitchen. There are lots of restaurants with outdoor dining in St. Augustine. St. Augustine Fish Camp serves the freshest local-caught seafood with plenty of outdoor seating along the scenic San Sebastian River. O.C. White’s Seafood & Spirits across from the marina is a local favorite, and The Floridian welcomes all with their famous southern-inspired cuisine and hospitality.
3. Walking Around Town
While in town, walk along the bayfront, from the Bridge of Lions to the grounds of the Castillo de San Marcos, the oldest masonry fort in the U.S., and a perfect spot for a selfie. Stop in for a cold brew on the balcony of Meehan’s Irish Pub and Seafood House, right across the street, then take a leisurely stroll along St. George Street, lined with shops, restaurants, and plenty of places to enjoy a coffee or an ice cream treat. You won’t want to miss either City Gate Spirits or the St. Augustine Distillery for a free tour and samples of a variety of award-winning small batch hand-crafted spirits.