The Hidden Gem of Florida's East Coast
Flagler County is nestled on the upper east coast of Florida between world-famous Daytona Beach and historic St. Augustine. Occupying 19-miles of unspoiled coastline, Flagler County offers uncrowded beaches, shimmering lakes and waterway's, natural preserves, subtropical forests, lush flora, and magnificent parklands.
Flagler's climate ranges from a mild winter average of 64º F to a summer average of 84º F. These ideal temperatures allow you to pursue your favorite outdoor activities year round through a wealth of recreational possibilities. And for day trips, all of Central Florida's theme parks and major attractions are within a short drive.
The largest city in the county is Palm Coast. Incorporated in 1999, it is home to over 50,000 residents and most of the area's businesses, shops and restaurants. Palm Coast features luxurious communities such as Grand Haven, Palm Coast Plantation, The Conservatory, Yacht HarborVillage and Hammock Beach.
To the south is Flagler Beach, a one-time sleepy fishing village that still retains much of its old-Florida charm. Here you'll discover great dining and shopping in an atmosphere reminiscent of seaside towns of the past. The county seat of Bunnell sits towards the west and houses most of the local government offices. It is also the agricultural center of the area producing vegetables, plants and livestock.