AMELIA ISLAND HOTELS
If you're planning an Amelia Island vacation and you want information on the area's sights, entertainment and hotel and resort savings, you've come to the right place!
As the only piece of land in the U.S. to have been under eight flags of domination, Amelia Island offered a wide variety of attractions to its many visitors.
Today, Centre Street is the main artery at the heart of Amelia Islandís historic district, Fernandina Beach. The pulse of this Civil-War era main street is relaxing and refreshing, and is lined with Victorian homes, century-old brick buildings, palmetto trees and a recently restored colonial post office building.
Stroll a bit further and youíll encounter quaint bed and breakfast inns, restaurants, and a collection of shops selling antiques, collectibles, books, food, and clothing. Centre Street ends at an Intracoastal Waterway marina, adjacent to a fishing pier overlooking the Atlantic.
The view helps put the living colonial history of the city in the context of its timeless natural surroundings. A must see stop in Fernandina is the historic Fort Clinch.
An Amelia Island vacation offers a wealth of recreational activities
set in an historic and scenic landscape, perfect for a brief visit or
a relaxing, extended exploration. Try the
The Amelia Islands Plantation Resort for your vacation headquarters.
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