Atlantic and Intracoastal waters. Great for golf and tennis. With the Atlantic and the Intracoastal along its eastern edge, and canals galore, Palm Coast means time in and on the water. Both salt and freshwater afford boating, fishing, and paddling possibilities amongst a huge diversity of wildlife - and it's a relaxing destination for beach-goers, too. On firmer ground, Palm Coast also welcomes golf and tennis devotees in equal measure.
Palm Coast feel & orientation - what to expect Palm Coast suits an easy-going, outdoor vacation style for every age group. Use bike and walking trails to explore the area's length and breadth, stopping at beautiful stretches of beach (some twenty miles including Flagler Beach).
Residents love Palm Coast's proximity to St. Augustine, Jacksonville and Orlando. Indeed, a Palm Coast vacation base puts the best of the entire region in easy reach. As well, dining out provides a great mix of favorite national chains and tempting local flavor (see page 86 for restaurant recommendations). So, sunglasses on. Where will you start?
While the Palm Coast claims neither Nazi landings nor Spanish take-overs, its shorter history isn't without incident.
Palm Coast to…
|Jacksonville||70 miles||70 minutes|
|Ponte Vedra Beach||55 miles||70 minutes|
|St. Augustine||25 miles||40 minutes|
|Orlando||80-100 miles||90-120 minutes|