Ponte Vedra Beach views include a wide, sandy beach between Atlantic Beach and St. Augustine. Well known for shark-tooth and shell hunters, the beach is great a low tide for early morning walks or long evening strolls. Although it is very popular on summer mornings, typically drawing a good-sized crowd of sunbathers, in the offseason, up through March, you’ll have much of the expansive beach to yourself. What is truly exceptional are the unobstructed views in a peaceful and serene setting.
What’s more exciting is living here. You’ll enjoy remarkable sunrises over the Atlantic from your luxury outdoor living space. In fact, Ponte Vedra Beach is perfect for telecommuters. Can you imagine a better lifestyle? Coffee on the veranda overlooking the beach?
For a little more active approach, try these great local Ponte Vedra Beach view sites:
- Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve — This collaborative effort between NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection expands across 76,760 acres of coastal lands from Ponte Vedra Beach to Palm Coast. To learn more about events and opportunities, check out this link.
- Bird Island Park — This Bobby Weed designed park offers event space and recreation areas for all ages. There are trails and gazebos, a bench-lined story-telling area, picnic grounds, a sea-turtle maze, stage areas for outdoor performances and an accessible walkway winding its way around the entire park area.