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Best things to do in Anastasia Island

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“Great little zoo focused mostly on alligators but plenty of other animals too - PLUS you can zipline there too!”
72local recommendations
“Can you climb 219 steps? If so, you can have some of the best views at the top of the lighthouse. Even if you can't, the museum and grounds are worth the visit for those who appreciate history. ”
61local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
“Great seafood and chill vibes. Right next to the beach. If you get a table on the second deck, you can get enjoy nice views in the open air. Nice selection of drinks as well. ”
51local recommendations
“With 1,600 acres, including four miles of pristine beach, tidal salt marshes, and hammock preserves, Anastasia State Park has most everything a beachgoer might be looking for: sunbathing, surfing, swimming, fishing, sailboats, paddle boarding, and sailboarding. This beach boasts beautiful, white sandy beaches, a variety of birds, turtles, and other wildlife.”
49local recommendations
Point of Interest
“Often overlooked since we have Castillo de San Marcos in the bustling downtown historic district, but my personal favorite! You get to take a ferry boat across the intracoastal to get to it. ”
40local recommendations
Music Venue
“This is a great concert venue that hosts a variety of shows. They also have a farmers market every Saturday until 1pm. Be sure to leave your pups at home because it’s not dog friendly. ”
46local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
“Chill local institution with a beachy vibe offering seafood & comfort fare, TV sports & ocean view.”
24local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
“The closest restaurant to the beach with great food, beer and mixed drinks. Laid back, beach atmosphere.”
30local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
“This is an awesome local restaurant on the water. Very cool vibes and it also has reggae Sunday events where you can enjoy some live music. ”
33local recommendations
“If you're willing to walk to the top-you'll get an amazing view of the island! ”
19local recommendations
Caribbean Restaurant
“Family friendly Caribbean themed beach bar and grill. This bright and colorful little bistro bursts with authentic island style charm and is located just under 100 yards from the beach. Infused with a unique tropical flair the entrees are always fresh and are reasonably priced. Fresh fish, coconut shrimp, chicken, sandwiches, wraps, burgers and a wide selection of adult beverages with bar seating. They even offer their own locally brewed beer. * 0.4 Miles walking or biking from Coquina Cottage. Head east (towards the ocean) on C-Street. Turn left on A1A Beach BLVD. Mangos is located on the corner of A1A and A-Street”
23local recommendations
American Restaurant
“Located about two miles south of Pelican Way. Decent spot for lunch and dinner”
22local recommendations
Coffee Shop
“Specialty coffees, espresso, breakfast & lunch pies. Vegan & Gluten free options. Inside/Outside seating. Hours Mon 6:30 am - 9:00 pm Tue 6:30 am - 9:00 pm Wed 6:30 am - 9:00 pm Thu 6:30 am - 9:00 pm Fri 6:30 am - 10:00 pm Sat 6:30 am - 10:00 pm Sun 8:00 am - 9:00 pm”
15local recommendations
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
“This place has some things you may not have tried before as well as classic favorites, and everything is delicious. They always have interesting desserts, too. ”
25local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
“Best fried shrimp in the area! Can be a long line and may still be cash only. ”
27local recommendations
Pizza Place
“Walking distance and have a good happy hour. Salads and personal pies can be for two people. ”
22local recommendations