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THE EXTRAORDINARY PALM COAST & THE FLAGLER BEACHES
 
(2013 - Winter Issue)

Writer: JUDY WELLS



Being lulled to sleep by the sound, tang and breeze of the ocean and waking up to glorious sunshine and birdsong may seem extraordinary elsewhere, but it’s just the start of another ordinary day on the Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches.

Even better, you can see the ocean and hear the birdsong in the unspoiled Florida most visitors only read about. Experience it, too.

Walk the 30-kilometre peach-toned beach and let the water lap at your ankles. Break out the rod and reel for fishing. Try surfing the waves—among the best in the state. Or just settle back in a beach chair and relax.

Try the county’s other waterways that wind back into unspoiled Florida. Take an ecotour on non-polluting boats or opt for a more active approach. More than 40 parks offer paddling of all kinds, hiking, cycling, archaeological digs and historic structures to explore as well as birding and geocaching opportunities galore.

Dolphins are eager to meet you at Dolphin Adventures at Marineland, the world’s first oceanarium, and one-of-a-kind restaurants are ready to tempt you with farm- and water-fresh local fare.

The Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson courses will challenge golfers as much as their scenic layouts will delight them. Tee times? No problem.

The county is close to what tourists see—34 kilometres from Daytona’s speed, 56 kilometres from St. Augustine’s history, 114 kilometres from Orlando’s theme parks.

Best of all, you get to come home to the Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches.

Travel Planner

Plan your next visit to the Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches by logging onto palmcoastandtheflaglerbeaches.com.

 
 
 
 
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