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Attractions

Although Palm Coast is a relatively small city with a calm and unhurried pace of life in a friendly atmosphere, many tourist attractions are located close to it. They are easily reachable.

Palm Coast/Flagler Beach which includes: Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, Princess Place Preserve, Flagler Beach, Florida Agricultural Museum…

St. Augustine: which was founded by the Spanish explorers and is the oldest city in the United States.  It includes: Marineland Dolphin Adventure, Ripley's Believe It Or Not museum, Alligator Farm St. George Street historical Down Town…

The City of Orlando: a world-famous tourist center containing Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Discovery Cove, Aquatica…

The City of Jacksonville: and the Greater Jacksonville Metropolitan Area host numerous events year-round. Jacksonville is an optimal mix of urban charm and rural beauty. Attractions include Jacksonville Landing,Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens and the Museum of Science and History. The city is also home of the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars.

There are also the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, world-famous NASCARracing stadium in Daytona Beach, and many other attractions.

In the 30-mile radius of Palm Coast, there are 19 museums, 24 libraries, 19 auditoriums, 749 restaurants, 106 bars, and 9 movie theaters. In the city itself, there are 25 hotels and motels, 38 churches, a synagogue, 9 pharmacies, 24 parks, and so on.