In addition to its wonderful historic district, St. Augustine, Florida, dordle often known as the “Nation’s Oldest City,” is known for its white-sand beaches and delicious cuisine. Visit St. Augustine in the off-season when the beaches are less crowded and stay at one of the city’s quaint inns to get the whole St. Augustine experience.
Chincoteague Island, off the coast of Virginia, isn’t the typical Southern beach town that springs to mind. It only has mild weather throughout the summer and lacks crowded boardwalks or high-rises. Visitors still go there to indulge in activities like fishing, hiking, motorcycling, and discovering the local animals. The picturesque sunsets and relatively empty beaches contribute to the island’s soothing ambiance. The wild horses of Assateague Island are another reason the town of Chincoteague has gained notoriety.