Ponte Vedra Beach

Hot and historic

According to legend, Spaniard adventurer Ponce de Leon set foot on this pristine stretch of beach during his quest for the Fountain of Youth. Blinded by his mission, he failed to realize the true value of the beaches he landed on. With billowing sea oats, Atlantic-blue waters and palmetto-fringed shores, nature is the real treasure here.

Today, Ponte Vedra is a renowned golfer's paradise, home to the PGA Tour and the World Golf Hall of Fame. Having moved firmly into the 21st century, it is also a gay-friendly Florida desitnation.

Outdoor Focus

Ponte Vedra Beach is ideal for almost any outdoor activity, from a sunrise jog to sailing into the dusk. Highlights include:

Try The Ponte Vedra Beach Chamber of Commerce for other up-to-date information on local activities.

Area Attractions

Area Events

Nightlife

Affluent areas around Jacksonville offer concerts, Broadway and dance. Check out the Alltel Stadium and the revitalized Ritz Theater. Downtown Jacksonville has waterfront restaurants and offers free concerts.

Accommodation

For a hefty price you can rent a historic cottage or luxury condo on Ponte Vedra. If you don't mind the commute, Jacksonville Beach's 1st Street houses a dozen modest motels. If cooler weather appeals to you, beach accommodations are more budget-friendly from December to March.

Need to Know

Night or day, Ponte Vedra Beach will delight vacationers. Whether you like wine or wildlife, these Ponte Vedra Beach packages are sure to intrigue.

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