Escape to Amelia

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One of Florida's 10 Best Beaches

Chosen by Condé Nast Traveler

"Pull up an Adirondack chair, swap the mojito for an old-fashioned ice cream cone, and watch the kids build sand castles and cavort across uncongested beaches."

"Pull up an Adirondack chair, swap the mojito for an old-fashioned ice cream cone, and watch the kids build sand castles and cavort across uncongested beaches."

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Find out why visitors love Amelia Island, from its stunning beaches to Historic Downtown Fernandina Beach, and from festivals to theatre.

Find out why visitors love Amelia Island, from its stunning beaches to Historic Downtown Fernandina Beach, and from festivals to theatre.

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Al Fresco On Amelia

Top Spots for Outdoor Dining

Perhaps it’s just the allure of dining with a beautiful view or the ambiance created by lights strung across a cozy courtyard that we enjoy. Or quiet simply, it might be feeling the warm air as you sit in the shade of an oak tree as opposed to a cold, air-conditioned restaurant (although we do appreciate that AC on a hot summer day). Whatever it is that makes outdoor dining so appealing, on Amelia Island you have a wide variety of outdoor dining options.

Perhaps it’s just the allure of dining with a beautiful view or the ambiance created by lights strung across a cozy courtyard that we enjoy. Or quiet simply, it might be feeling the warm air as you sit in the shade of an oak tree as opposed to a cold, air-conditioned restaurant (although we do appreciate that AC on a hot summer day). Whatever it is that makes outdoor dining so appealing, on Amelia Island you have a wide variety of outdoor dining options.

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About Amelia Island

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.