More New & Noteworthy Businesses on Amelia Island

July 27, 2022
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From jetski rentals and crusin' tikis to gluten-free desserts and art studios, the tradition of island hospitality just keeps getting better with these most recent, re-opened and soon-to-come additions to the Amelia Island scene.  


julie delfs art studio, art,Capra Di Mare
Capra Di Mare - Capra di Mare offers fine decor, furnishings, gifts, apparel as well as residential interior design services and goods, including indoor and outdoor cabinetry. 1853 S 8th Street, Suite B
Luna Fine Art Gallery - Luna Fine Art Gallery at Amelia Island is located within the Courtyard and Springhill Suites by Marriott and celebrates local and regional artists by hosting four exhibits with art receptions per year. 2700-1 Atlantic Avenue​
Harlows on Beech - Harlows on Beech is a fun fusion space of Upscale fashion consignment and Contemporary Fine Art. 809 Beech Street


duck pinz, bowling, miniature bowling, historic downtown fernandina beachCruisin Tikis
Crusin Tikis - Step onto a floating oasis complete with your own licensed captain, ice filled cooler, fresh water sink and a jammin Bluetooth sound system. 3 S Front Street

Amelia Island Board Rentals - Now with a new brick and morter location, the kind folks at Amelia Island Board Rentals are ready for you to take a tour of the island on electric skateboards! 11 N Fletcher Avenue

Amelia Island Slingshot - Cruise around the island in a Polaris Slingshot, combining the best of a car and the fun of a motorcycle. Five inches off the ground, weighing in at one thousand nine hundred pounds with almost one hundred eighty horsepower, the Slingshot is an incredible driving machine. 1943 S 8th Street

Jetski Amelia - Learn history, ecology and have load of fun on a waverunner tour! You drive your own while following the guide on his. See the grand sights of Amelia Island by water. 3 N Front Street

Follow That Dream Sailing - Enjoy luxury catamaran cruises around Amelia Island with stunning landscapes and lots of wildlife to enjoy. Sunset and sightseeing cruises as well as overnight cruises. Front Street

Little Sandy - Omni Amelia Island Resort’s new short course provides a traditional, yet fun-focused golf experience for all ages and abilities. It's a unique 10-hole, par-3 course, and an accompanying 18-hole putting green. 94 Amelia Village Circle - Omni Amelia Island Resort


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Willow Beauty - Willow Beauty is a complete beauty & cosmetics store offering makeup, skincare, sunscreen, haircare, nailcare, men's grooming, fragrances, appliances & beauty accessories. 1881 S 14th Street


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Honeyfeet International Bar & Bistro - Honeyfeet is located in downtown Fernandina Beach and offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, wine, coffee, desserts, and more. Stop in for a gourmet coffee or delicious charcuterie! 300 Ash Street

Big Al's Chicken Shack - Big Al's is the go-to spot for flavorful fried chicken, liver, gizzards, wings, and delicious home-made biscuits! Serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. 1120 S 14th Street
Outer Banks Boil Company - Take your next seafood boil up a notch with your own customized OBBC pot. It's prepped and layered for you in it’s own cooking pot, all you have to do is add two cups of liquid (beer, wine or water) and steam right on your stovetop! 820 Sadler Road

Alloro Bistrot Fernandina Beach - Located in historic downtown, Alloro Bistrot is authentic Sicilian cuisine at its best featuring fresh homemade pastas, salads and handhelds. A taste of the "old country". 11 N 3rd Street


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Barefoot Amelia Vacation Rental - Barefoot Amelia is a boutique vacation rental company with properties located all along the beach. High-end finishes, plush linens, modern amenities, and beachy decor are just what you're looking for in an island vacation. 308 1/2 Centre Street


The Crab Trap
The Crab Trap - This iconic downtown seafood restaurant has re-opened at last! Family owned and operated since 1979, The Crab Trap serves up southern seafood platters and baskets plus delicious land lover entrees as well. 31 N 2nd Street


Thirteen - Thirteen is a dessert shop in downtown Fernandina Beach that specializes in gluten free desserts. For crepes, cakes, macaroons and other yummy goodies, stay tuned! 121 S 9th Street

Find the PERFECT PLACE TO STAY as you explore everything Amelia Island has to offer...old and new.

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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.