beaches. Part of the Flagler Beach area, the coast is perfect for water sports, fishing, swimming with dolphins, surfing, hiking and biking. During the season, you may see whales passing by and sea turtles on the beach laying eggs. It is a year-round vacation destination. The high season is fall and winter when prices may be higher for accommodation, but if you are a Palm Coast timeshare owner, this isn’t your problem.
Fun Local Attractions
Flagler’s Farmers Market on the weekends is famous for tasty street food and vendors of fresh produce and seafood as well as offerings from local artists. For a more formal experience, try Washington Oaks Gardens State Park. A plantation in the early 1800s, you will stroll through hundreds of acres of giant oak trees, blossoming flowers and view the Matanzas River.
Swim with dolphins at Marineland Dolphin Adventure. It is the first oceanarium in the world dating from 1938. It has been the location for several movies and TV shows and is focused on animal conservation and research. Another beautiful walk is the Mala Compra Trail. It is a 1.5-mile trail through ancient oak forests to the beach.
Children love the kayaking tour through the Gauna Tolomato Matanzas Reserve. You will cruise along the coastal estuary and see manatees swimming by and other wildlife. The tour is conducted by a naturalist, so you learn a lot and all your questions about the area get answered. History aficionados will like to see the Old Sugar Mill at Bulow Plantation Ruins State Park where, in the 1830s, slaves grew sugar cane and other crops for the Bulow Family.
Palm Coast is famous for its fresh seafood and barbecue. You will find several barbecue restaurants such as Captain’s BBQ in Bing’s Landing and fresh seafood just about everywhere.
Owning a Palm Coast timeshare opens a world of travel to you. You can even trade your timeshare for a different destination, and your vacation costs are reduced because you have already paid for your accommodation.