Considered by many as Florida's finest beach for natural, unspoiled beauty, Flagler Beach is the quintessential beach town of childhood memories. Comprising of more than 19 miles of uncrowded cinnamon colored sand, plenty of room abounds for sports, fishing or just relaxing in the sun. The style is low-key, laid-back and relaxing. You are more than likely to see kites, dolphins and turtles than partying spring breakers, and entertainment comes in the form of the colorful characters who populate the town. With miles of bike paths along coastal A1A, which has been designated a scenic highway, you will find yourself biking, walking and roller-blading to gift shops, restaurants, museums, the farmers' market and the beach.
- Pet friendly
- Great surfing
- No hi-rise hotels, arcade games, wax museums or roller coasters
Flagler Beach Municipal Pier is open to all where seniors, kids and families can all be found casting a line. Free beaches and parking, low-priced admission to attractions, inexpensive, oceanfront dining and accommodations make a wonderful place to take visiting family and friends for an enjoyable day or evening.