The Jacksonville Beaches
A city with small town charm, unique history and a community of approximately 14,000 people call home. Atlantic Beach started as a small seaside community around 1900 when Henry Flagler, builder of the Florida East Coast Railway, built the Mayport branch of the railway and erected a station just north of the former Atlantic Beach City Hall (Now Adele Grage Cultural Center). Come and fall in love with this amazing town, once you come, you’ll never want to leave!
Jacksonville Beach is a coastal resort city in Duval County. It was first incorporated in 1907 as Pablo Beach, and would later change its name to Jacksonville Beach in 1925. It is the most central of the Beach Communities, fondly referred to as JAX Beach. With its great restaurants, shopping, proximity to the ocean and to Jacksonville, it is a poplar location for homebuyers.
A small, quiet coastal community nestled on the northeast coast of Florida between Atlantic Beach and Jacksonville Beach. Neptune Beach has a comfortable, casual and laid-back atmosphere that causes people of all ages to flock here to enjoy the beach. With a largely residental feel, this beach community boasts approximately 7,000 residents according to the 2010 United States Census. Neptune Beach was originally part of Jacksonville Beach.