& The Beaches Town Center
DONNA Marathon Weekend 2020 continues in the Beaches Town Center
Beaches Town Center is the heart of Atlantic Beach and Neptune Beach, where Atlantic Boulevard meets the ocean, twelve miles east from downtown Jacksonville. The inviting, pedestrian friendly area offers many boutiques, fitness centers, restaurants and two oceanfront hotels in close proximity – a destination appealing for both tourists and locals! It’s all right here: a wealth of choices to shop, dine, relax and simply enjoy the beautiful courtyards and bricked walkways, outdoor seating and the beautiful ocean breezes.
Jax. It’s Easier Here.
We are proud to call Jacksonville home of The National Marathon to Finish Breast Cancer, and we would be tickled pink to see you in Jacksonville this February!
Looking for a vacation that’s equally fun and relaxing, easy to get to and affordable for the entire family? It’s easier in Jax. As Florida’s youngest population – and one of the hippest – Jacksonville leaves you feeling refreshed yet accomplished because while there’s plenty to do, there’s never any rush to get it done. Don’t stress about getting through the airport, finding a spot on the beach, or booking a reservation at an award-winning restaurant. Instead, enjoy the 22 miles of relaxing beaches, extensive park system, vibrant culture, creative cuisine, passionate beer and music scene, and more. Jax. It’s Easier Here.
See what DONNA & Jacksonville have to offer and plan your visit HERE »
STAY A WHILE AND VISIT FLORIDA’S HISTORIC COAST
Unparalleled history. Abundant nightlife. Amazing architecture. Eclectic dining. Boutique shopping. Luxury accommodations. Natural habitat and abundant wildlife. You’ll find it all on Florida’s Historic Coast – just a few short miles from the race’s host hotel in St. Johns county.
Peek into the past on a tour of Castillo de San Marcos in the nation’s oldest city of Saint Augustine, or eat homemade ice cream while walking down St. George Street to the vibrant sounds of local street musicians and artistically inclined Flagler College students.
In 2015, St. Augustine celebrated its 450th anniversary — a milestone no other city in the U.S. can claim. It’s easy to see why this seaside city claims its history is unparalleled. Saint Augustine’s historic fort, stunning Spanish Colonial architecture and brick-paved streets, along with more than 60 historic sites and attractions, serve as authentic reminders of a bygone era. Around every corner and turn through town is an experience in old world charm and a rich and diverse culture.
Adventure seekers can hike, kayak and explore miles of pristine Florida habitat, quietly spotting plenty of wildlife along the way. More than nine plus miles of nature trails wind through the GTM Research Reserve located on scenic A1A. The coastal estuary offers incredible views of lush vegetation, nesting bald eagles, and possible encounters with Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and the West Indian manatee. Visit www.FloridasHistoricCoast.com to learn more, and plan your visit here »