La Fiesta Ocean Inn & Suites is located beachfront on St. Augustine Beach and is within walking distance of numerous shops, restaurants, and attractions. Looking for a souvenir of your visit to the beach? Or just in need of sunscreen or outdoor gear? St. Augustine Beach is dotted with independently operated gift and retail stores that offer collectibles, seaside and nautical-themed wares, and offbeat and unusual gifts and antiques. The beach area has fun surf shops, casual eateries, boutiques, rentals for bikes, kites, kayaks, windsurfing and much more. Old Town Trolley Tours offers a shuttle bus that stops at La Fiesta into the historic district to the trolley for days of adventure. See wildlife, go fishing, or take advantage of shelling and other beach activities. Enjoy the stunning view from the St. Augustine Lighthouse, play tennis or volleyball, or buy local produce at the nearby farmer’s market. It’s all close by and waiting for you to enjoy.
White sandy beaches and temperate waters year round, make St. Augustine Beach the perfect place to enjoy the Florida sun and beautiful Atlantic Ocean. Refreshing ocean waves, and relaxing sea breezes, make this family-friendly beach the ultimate vacation spot for everyone!
Looking to have deluxe beach chairs and an umbrella set up and waiting for you in the sand each morning? This is possible with Barney’s Beach Service. Click here for details. Barney’s also has a variety of other items, like bicycles, boogie boards, surf boards, and paddle boards.
Located on Anastasia Island between the Matanzas River and the Atlantic Ocean, the area is warmed by Florida’s famous sunshine and cooled by breezes coming in off the coast. St. Augustine Beach is an area of tropical climate, coastal breezes and warmth, giving this ideal destination an average temperature of 79 degrees.
Interested in surfing lessons? Located just across the street from La Fiesta is the WSMS Surf Shop, which offers surf lessons for all ages. And in the summer, they host WSMS Surf Camp, where they aim to teach the younger generation the roots and culture behind surfing, which they believe is driven from creativity and self expression.