Why Snowbirds Choose St. Augustine For Their Winter Getaway

Stephanie

It is no secret that St. Augustine, Florida is a small coastal town that offers dozens of attractions, natural scenery, and some of the best dining in the Southeast region of the United States.  With 42 miles of pristine beaches, summer vacations for millions of visitors are spent enjoying sunny days on the beach.  For those that live up north, escaping the extreme cold, snow, and ice is a must, and there are several reasons why St. Augustine is the destination snowbirds travel to year after year.

Mild Winters

No need to bundle up under layers of clothing! St. Augustine typically has very mild winters, allowing residents and travelers alike to partake in outdoor activities without freezing temperatures.  Strolls on the beach or even dips in one of the heated swimming pools at your near ocean resort are just a few ways to promote relaxation during your St. Augustine vacation.

Nights of Lights

Recognized by National Geographic as one of the most beautiful holiday light displays in the world, the annual Nights of Lights event takes place from November 14, 2020-January 31, 2021.  Millions of twinkling white lights are draped over trees and along the Spanish architecture of the buildings in the Historic District, creating a stunning display that is sure to get everyone into the holiday spirit.  Walk along the cobbled steps at dusk, take a horse drawn carriage ride, or cruise along on a socially distanced trolley.

Award Winning Restaurants

Part of the fun of being on vacation is experiencing the community's culture, and one of the best ways to sample that is with local cuisine choices.  From five star dining to intimate gatherings and unique bars, St. Augustine restaurants offers couples flavorful and unique selections.  Concerned about crowds?  Order take out and enjoy a quiet meal in a fully stocked oceanfront condo.

Escape From The Cold To Sunny St. Augustine

We still have a few avaliable condos for monthly rentals.  Contact us today to being planning your winter getaway.