Flagler Beach Florida
Flagler Beach Florida, as the name implies, is known for its beaches. They stretch for six miles along the state’s Atlantic coast and are populated with a good array of restaurants, rooftop cafes and shops. Fishing spots are also in good supply along the sandy and typically uncrowded Flagler Beach beaches and include the city’s Municipal Pier. For entertainment of another kind, head to the Flagler Beach Historical Museum to learn more about the history of Florida or visit one of the area’s numerous county parks to get in touch with nature and enjoy some recreation. Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park is among the area parks of note and offers a good mix of historical interest and natural beauty. Flagler Beach’s location between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine translates to some tempting options for day trip adventures, and with Interstate 95 running just west of the city, it is easy to get up and down this part of the coast in a timely manner.
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