Tour Amelia Island



A Southern jewel in the Sea Island chain of barrier islands, Amelia Island has 13 miles of pristine, uncrowded Atlantic beaches framed by natural beauty. Stroll, swim, or just take it in.



More than 90 distinctive restaurants featuring fresh local seafood and produce, authentic international specialties, bistros, fine dining to casual outdoor spots are waiting for you.



Events all year, from the the Shrimp Festival and the Concours d’Elegance, to festivals celebrating Jazz, Chamber Music, and Books, Pétanque America Open and holiday celebrations.



99 holes of stunning, world-class golf await. From undulating greens, marsh front holes and oak-lined fairways, the links of Amelia Island offer irresistible play for golfers of every skill level.


Historic District

Florida's first luxury tourist destination has hosted a host of colorful characters from fabled pirates to Gilded Age millionaires. Discover Fernandina Beach's 50-block downtown historic district.



Experience the lush landscape of the maritime forest, marshlands, and beaches. Ride a bike trail or hike through one of the preserved areas that surround the island.


On the Water

Cruise into the sunset (as a passenger or a captain,) cast a line, kayak through the marshes or hop on a surfboard or paddleboard and explore the ocean.



What you find here, you won’t find everywhere: Amelia Island is covered with shops offering whimsical, artisan, local, one-of-a kind treasures. Make new discoveries (and enjoy the hunt.)


Staying Here

From top-end resorts to unique historic hideaways, the comforts of your favorite hotel, a cozy beachfront condominium or villa or a campsite under the stars, there is something perfect for your family and your style.


Get The Enchanted Experience

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Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.