You won’t find the big-city vibe of Miami or the large theme parks of Orlando. It lacks the wacky characteristics that draw throngs to the Keys, and it’s spared the snarling traffic of Gulf Coast beach towns. More Southern in culture and comparatively less crowded, Northeast Florida is a destination unto itself, one that enjoys a rich colonial heritage dating back more than 500 years while embracing the playful pursuits of modern golf and beach resorts. A road trip along its Atlantic coastal communities takes just a few days, but stretch it out to a week to unwind and soak up local flavor. Start at the Georgia border where Amelia Island forms a barrier between the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, a two-hour drive south of Savannah or 30 minutes northeast of the Jacksonville airport. Access the island on Florida A1A, a road you’ll jump on frequently as you continue road tripping south about 65 miles to St. Augustine.

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