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Almost everyone has heard of the wonders to be discovered on Route 66 and California’s Pacific Coast Highway, now we invite you to join us and celebrate an East Coast partner for these iconic highways; Florida’s A1A. From its northern tip on Amelia Island to its southern tip on Key West, there are more than 600 extraordinary miles to explore; some well-known, other less familiar yet equally fabulous. So for all the kindred spirits who embrace the road less traveled, welcome; we’re glad you’re here!

Choose any of the A1A-stounding destinations below and start tripping or if you’d prefer, grab a passport and follow a theme-based adventure that offers explorers a groovy new way to explore A1A!

North

The north region begins on Amelia Island and runs up to New Smyrna Beach, so far we’ve included: Amelia Island; Atlantic Beach/Neptune Beach; Daytona Beach; Flagler Beach; Jacksonville Beach; Ormond Beach; Palm Coast; Ponte Vedra Beach; and St. Augustine/St. Augustine Beach – choose any of these A1A-tomic destinations and start exploring…

Central

The central region begins in New Smyrna Beach and runs up to the Palm Beaches, so far we’ve included: Cocoa Beach; Fort Pierce; Hutchinson Island; Melbourne Beach; New Smyrna Beach; Stuart; and Vero Beach – choose any of these A1A-stounding destinations and start exploring…

South

The south region begins with the Palm Beaches and runs up to the Florida Keys, so far we’ve included: Dania Beach; Deerfield Beach; Delray Beach; Fort Lauderdale; Hallandale Beach; Hollywood Beach; Lauderdale by the Sea; Miami Beach; and the Palm Beaches – choose any of these A1A-stonishing destinations and start exploring…

The Keys

The Keys begins on Key Largo runs up to and includes Key West, so far we’ve included: Key Largo; Key West; and Marathon – choose any of these A1A-mazing destinations and start exploring…

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