Flagler Beach


“To say more while saying less is the secret of being simple.” – Dejan Stojanovic


Flagler Beach, FL – Florida is where you want to be if you like good weather year round, can swim and are pretty much okay with plenty of heat. While this is not a definite rule to abide by all the time, it can be said that these three factors are pretty much the need-to-have if you want to be living in or visiting the great state of Florida.

And sure, just like all other 49 states, FL too has its share of cool small towns to offer. Some of which we’ve written about, some of which we’re about to, but for the time being, let’s focus on the charming Flagler Beach, FL.

Dormant – One Thing Flagler Beach, FL, Definitely is NOT

Flagler Beach spans across two Florida counties, Volusia and the namesake Flagler County. Boasting a population of around 4,700, you’d think this is one of those dormant small towns that has nothing to offer to visitors. But you’d be wrong. Sooo wrong.

One of the things that so special about this small town is the fact that it represents a rather unique seaside community. And it’s been that way ever since its incorporation back in 1925. And when we say unique, we really mean it. This place has no less than six miles of uncrowded, pristine beaches! And that’s just one thing.

There’s also a wide range of recreational facilities, which is to be expected, honestly. But, that aside, you’re also looking at gift shops, oceanfront dining at numerous exquisite restaurants, the famed Flagler Beach Municipal Pier, as well as a virtually never-ending array of pristine fishing spots throughout the area. How’s that for dormant?

Looking For A Vacation Place To Just Doze Off And Relax? You’ve Just Found It

The name Flagler Beach comes in part from Henry Flagler, who was a Florida railroad developer and oil tycoon back in the day. And the reason for naming a whole town after him? You’ve guessed it. The dude was a key figure in the development of the entire East Florida area as vacation and resort destinations. All we can add to that is – good job Mr. Flagler!


In other words, Flagler Beach can be found between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach, on Florida’s Atlantic coast. Basically, this place is a retro town with sort of a salty style. Know what we mean? For example, open-air restaurants and friendly locals kind of set the mood for a laid-back afternoon. That’s pretty much what this small town is perfect for.

The Burn & Learn Approach To Vacationing Is Always Fun

On the other hand, if you’re the energetic type, Flagler Beach sure has plenty of places for you to burn it off. Surfing is always an option. After all, how could it not be with all that ocean-side real-estate it boasts? Then again, eclectic shops are always fun to visit regardless of where you go on holiday.

And guess what? That especially goes for this town. Also, rooftop cafes featuring local musicians are a lovely way to take a break from all that exploring you’ll be focused on, right? And we’re only scratching the surface!

And if you want to learn more about the history of this charming Florida small town, you definitely can. The best way to do that is to check out the Flagler Beach Historical Museum. This place boasts a permanent collection dedicated to the history of the state of Florida. Needless to say, a special emphasis is placed on Flagler Beach and Flagler County. You’ll be able to learn about the town’s history, as well as the NASA aspects, which are very interesting. But, you’ll have to find that out for yourselves. We wouldn’t want to spoil the surprise!

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