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826-1311 500 Prime Outlet Blvd., St. Augustine www.staugoutlets.com


Conveniently located at State Road 16 and Interstate 95,


exit 318, Prime Outlets features over 80 outlet stores that offer everyday savings. The outlet stores include BCBGMaxazria, Coldwater Creek, Dooney & Bourke, Guess, Gucci, Le Gourmet Chef, New York & Co., PacSun, Papaya, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th and Talbots. Visit Guest Services to receive additional savings, announcements and special services.


ST. JOHNS COUNTY


{Hastings, Julington Creek, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Augustine, St. Augustine Beach}


Ponce de Leon Mall


797-5324 2121 US Hwy. 1 S., St. Augustine www.poncedeleonmall.com


South of State Road 312 is the Ponce de Leon Mall. This


indoor mall includes anchor stores Belk, JCPenney and Sears. Other stores are Betsy’s Hallmark Shop, Flower’s By Shirley, GNC, Modern Nails and an exercise facility. Within the mall, there is also the Meeting Place for private gatherings.


Sawgrass Village


565-2635 1300 Sawgrass Village Dr., Ponte Vedra Beach www.sawgrassvillagepvb.com


Sawgrass Village’s lakefront shops let patrons enjoy the


climate, while they browse through this outdoor shopping center. There are one-of-a-kind boutiques and upscale stores like Chico’s, Lemon Twist, Marcia’s Place, Patchington, and Wickets. Also, visit Sawgrass Nails and Village Arts Gallery. Dining at Sawgrass Village includes Aqua Grill, Caffe Andiamo and Elizabeth’s.


Shops of Bartram Walk


112 Bartram Oaks Walk, St. Johns Located off of San Jose Boulevard, Shops at Bartram Walk


is an appealing outdoor shopping center. Tenants include All Ages Apparel Consignment and the Spa at Bartram Walk. For dinner and drinks, head to Shannon’s Irish Pub.


St. Augustine Premium Outlets


825-1555 2700 SR 16, St. Augustine www.premiumoutlets.com


St. Augustine Premium Outlets is located on State Road 16


off of Interstate 95, exit 318, just 30 minutes south of Jacksonville. You can find a collection of 85 outlet stores including Adidas, Bass, Bose, Coach, Gymboree Outlet, Harry & David, J. Crew, Levi's Outlet Store, Nike Factory Store, White House Black Market and many more.


St. George Street


St. George St., St. Augustine St. George Street is the center of the historic shopping


district in St. Augustine. You will find many treasures along these streets, with unique shops nestled among numerous historic sites. Shop at Silver Feather Jewelry and Gifts, St. Augustine Art Glass, Sunburst Crystal or any of the other small shops along the historic street.


World Golf Village


877-888-2002 395 S. Legacy Trl., St. Augustine www.worldgolfvillage.com


Located at the entrance of the World Golf Village, the town


center includes various retail stores. Also located in the village are the World Golf Hall of Fame and the PGA TOUR STOP, which has an indoor putting green to try equipment before buying. Restaurant options include Murray Bros., Caddyshack Restaurant and Fairways Café. For entertainment there is an IMAX theater.


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