About Amelia Island


a NATURAL FLORIDA EXPERIENCE

Located in northeastern Florida, Amelia Island offers an unspoiled setting for relaxing and rewarding getaways.  Amelia Island is 13 miles long and two miles wide, with preserved park lands at its northern and southern tips, making up nearly 10 percent of the entire island!  Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, strong-currented Nassau Sound and one of the East's largest and deepest inlets - Cumberland Sound - Amelia Island is edged with natural Appalachian quartz beaches and framed by sand dunes as tall as 40 feet.  

Treasured for her long stretches of quiet beach, natural beauty, unique history and charming seaport character, Amelia Island is consistently ranked among the best of the best with both the island and its partners winning countless awards. See how others have ranked Amelia Island, and then come experience it for yourself.



No. 3 of Top 15 Islands in the U.S.
Travel + Leisure’s 2021 World's Best Awards, 2021


No. 9 Best Island in the U.S.
Conde Nast Traveler's Reader's Choice Awards, 2020




Ten Most Romantic Destinations in Florida
Southern Living, 2020






No. 6 of Top 15 Islands in the U.S.
Travel + Leisure’s 2020 World's Best Awards, 2020




12 Charming Small Towns In The South With Warm Hospitality & Abundant Natural Beauty
Trip Advisor, 2019






Top Ten Most Romantic Destinations in Florida
Coastal Living, 2018

The island is home to an irresistible mix of luxury spa, world-class golf, distinctive dining, unique shopping and an amazing array of leisure activities.  But, for those who want pure rest, relaxation and quality time with loved ones, there is no better place than Amelia Island.


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STORIED HISTORY

YEAR-ROUND EVENTS

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GETTING AROUND

ISLAND CLIMATE

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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.