Getting Here: Fly or Drive to St. Augustine

Whether you're traveling by land or air, there's an interstate or airport to get you to St. Augustine quickly.

Though St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra Beach on Florida's Historic Coast are a world away from average, you don’t have to travel far to envelop yourself in its history and luxury. The area is less than two hours from most major Florida cities, including Jacksonville, Daytona Beach, Gainesville and Orlando. Savannah, Georgia, and Tallahassee—the capital of Florida—are fewer than four hours from our shores.

By Land

The St. Augustine area is easily accessible from the north and south by Interstate 95, U.S. Highway 1 and scenic Florida Highway A1A. Our visitors from the west are served by Interstate 10, and Interstate 4 and Interstate 75 connect the area to Central and Southwest Florida.

By Air

Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) is approximately 50 minutes north of St. Augustine and 30 minutes from Ponte Vedra Beach. This three-concourse airport is served by national and regional airlines that connect the area to most major U.S. cities.

Daytona Beach International Airport (DBIA) is an equal distance to the south and provides service to more than 150 destinations worldwide.

Northeast Florida Regional Airport at St. Augustine (SGJ), just five minutes from downtown St. Augustine and 15 minutes from Ponte Vedra Beach, has full services and facilities to accommodate seaplanes, small aircraft and charter jets. For more information, contact Atlantic Aviation.