City of Flagler Beach, Florida

Flagler Beach is a city located in both Flagler and Volusia County, Florida. Located along Florida’s Atlantic Coast between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine, Flagler Beach offers miles of sparkling beaches, bountiful fishing, beachside shops, waterfront restaurants, and natural parks along with many other amenities. It’s a rustic town with friendly residents and open-air restaurants. Eclectic shops, surfing, a classic fishing pier, and a six-mile-plus stretch of spectacular ocean views set the stage for a perfect tourist destination.

Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park is home to 150 acres of Bulow Plantations where the Bulow family grew sugar cane, cotton, rice, and indigo. The ruins consist of an old sugar mill and what remains of the home's foundations as well as some of the slave cabins. Today, there is a trail that leads visitors to the ruins. As well as some history, there is also picnic facilities for those that would like to spend a few hours here and a boat ramp for canoes and small powerboats to float on the Bulow Creek. Fishing is permitted from a boat or on the docks. 

Bulow Plantation Ruins
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Back to Eden Cafe is a vegetarian and vegan friendly restaurant that features juices, smoothies and gluten free menu. All are welcome to enjoy a locally made organic meal, which includes desserts as well.

Flagler Beachfront Winery is an award winning winery with over 4 awards in the latest competition. As a family run business, the winery specializes in family and community. 

Capt Rob fishes in the quite town of Flagler Beach and other local areas. Flagler Beach is an hour drive from Orlando and Jacksonville. All ages and skills are welcomed.