Flagler Beach Communities

Getting to know Flagler Beach

Residents and business owners of Flagler Beach have much to treasure about this charming, coastal city. Foremost among its myriad of attractions is the seven-mile strand of pristine sandy Flagler Beach.The Flagler Beach Pier, almost as old as the city itself, is considered by many to be its crown jewel.Opened in 1927, it has undergone many repairs but remains popular with locals and tourists alike. The Pier Shop collects fees for pier access and sells fishing supplies, bait, snacks and sun protection.Adjacent to the store is Flagler Beach’s own local radio station, 97.3 Surf FM that broadcasts updates on the weather, ocean temperature, tides, and reports of current fish swarming the waters.

Flagler Beach is also home to four species of protected sea turtles that nest between May1- October 31.The Sea Turtle Patrol rides the beach every morning identifying new nests and roping them off from the public. Hatchling appear approximately two months after the eggs are laid and make their way to the ocean guided by the bright, open view of the moon and stars over the water.

Unlike neighboring cities, Flagler Beach is pet-friendly as long as dogs are kept on leashes and do not disturb the protected dunes. Other than the 150 foot area immediately north and south of the pier that is reserved for fishing only, there are no restrictions on swimming, surfing, kayaking, paddle-boarding, tubing, etc.

With a vibrant nightlife, dozens of restaurants, art galleries, a weekly farmers market as well as a host of several annual and semi-annual events, Flagler Beach offers something for everyone.

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