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About Amelia Island
Part of Florida’s chain barrier islands, Amelia Island is a popular vacation destination known for its beaches and wildlife, museums, and golf courses. In fact, it was chosen by Condé Nast Traveler as “One of Florida’s 10 Best Beaches”, so you’ll be spending plenty of time by the water on your vacation to Amelia Island. The wide shoreline combined with little tourists make this a great place for a relaxing family vacation. Grab your beach towel, pack your suitcase, and start planning your vacation today!
Things to do in Amelia Island
Golfing options on Amelia Island are vast, so make sure you bring your clubs. Check out Amelia River Golf Club where you’ll be challenged by one of the most prestigious courses in all of North Florida. Fernandina Beach Golf Club is another favorite, as its 27-hole course offers generous fairways, native foliage, and tranquil water hazards. Ocean Links at The Villas of Amelia Island Plantation has been rated by Golf Magazine as one of the “50 Best Courses for Women”, so be sure to check out that one, too! Amelia Island State Park is the place to go for wildlife viewing, water activities, and much more. The park protects more than 200 acres of untouched wilderness along the southern part of Amelia Island and offers beautiful driftwood beaches, coastal forests, and marshes. Many come to the park for fishing, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing. Check out the piping plover population, a threatened species protected by the Endangered Species Act, and the sea turtles that come to the shore in summer to nest and lay their eggs. This is a great place to spend the day viewing nature and enjoying the sunshine. The Amelia Island Museum of History is the first spoken history museum in the entire state of Florida. Go on a walking tour of the museum and learn about the history of the island from a docent. The museum features rotating exhibits like the upcoming “Exploring and Preserving Our Natural History”. It also offers permanent exhibits like the “Discovery Ship”, an interactive exhibit for children that teaches them about life on a ship. The permanent exhibit “Spanish Missions of La Florida combines artifacts and stories to explain the Spanish mission period of Nassau County. Explore a handful of other permanent exhibits and get a feel for the area’s rich history when you visit the Amelia Island Museum of History.
Day Trips from Amelia Island
Drive down the Florida coast for an hour and a half and reach St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city. Established in the mid-1500s, this city houses the Castillo de San Marcos, a National Monument. The 20.5-acre site features the oldest masonry fort in the continental U.S, and its architecture is unique in that it is one of only two forts in the world built out of a semi-rare form of limestone called coquina. Once you’ve explore this significant structure, stroll around historic downtown and enjoy shopping, dining, and drinking and live music. Check out Prohibition Kitchen for some craft burgers and local oysters, or head to The Ice Plant for an elegant night of cocktails and conversation. Enjoy beautiful and historic St. Augustine on your day trip and you might not want to leave!
Amelia Island Accommodations
With over 1,000 vacation rentals in the Amelia Island area, Tripping.com is your place to go for your all your accommodation needs. Choose a 3-bedroom, oceanfront condo with private access to the beach and enjoy the view from the shore or your bedroom. Or, rent a cozy, one-bedroom cottage and enjoy a romantic weekend on Amelia Island.
Transportation in Amelia Island
If you’re coming from outside of Florida, you’ll want to fly into Jacksonville International Airport. From there, rent a car and make the 30-minute drive to Amelia Island. You can also order a shuttle service to take you from the airport to the island, just call ahead to get pricing information. While in Amelia Island, you can walk along the beach, bike around town, or use your rental car to drive your day trip.