Flagler Beach is located midway between St. Augustine Beach and Daytona Beach. Named for Henry Flagler, oil tycoon and developer of the Florida East Coast Railway, Flagler Beach is a natural island with nearly seven miles of uncrowded beaches, contributing to the town’s laid-back atmosphere.
Between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, Flagler Beach is home to beach side shops, waterfront restaurants, and rooftop cafés. The heart of the town is the Flagler Beach Pier, built in 1927 – just two years after Flagler Beach became an incorporated township. Near the pier you will find picnic tables, a decked restaurant, public restrooms, and freshwater outdoor showers.
Flagler Beach is known for having some of the best waves you can find in Florida, making it an ideal destination for surfers. In fact, the beach is home to the Tommy Tant Memorial Surf Competition each fall. Wildlife lovers, meanwhile, will be excited by the right whales that migrate to this stretch of coastline every December to birth and nurse their calves.
Flagler Beach real estate features single-family homes, condos, and land for sale. The town is also home to a gated, active, 55+ community- Plantation Oaks.. No matter what you seek, Flagler Beach’s friendly charm will make you feel right at home.