An Old Florida beach town with lots of charm, without high-rise condos or pesky parking meters.
The town itself dates back to 1915, when it was known as Ocean City. The name was changed to honor railroad boss Henry Flagler, who pushed through Florida and laid track all the way to Key West.
Flagler Beach’s oceanfront houses are modest cottages for the most part, more than a few years old, and some have added patios for instant conversions to beachfront businesses. Bright colors give these home-grown beach businesses an island feel.
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