Aerial views of downtown Amelia Island


As you meander through the historic streets of downtown Fernandina Beach, you are transported to a world where time stands still. Shopkeepers greet you with unique treasures and welcoming smiles. […]

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Palace Saloon

10 Must Do’s For A First-Timer

If this your first time visiting our beautiful island (and even if it’s not), take a look at these 10 “first-timer” ideas and get out there and experience one or all of them. You’ll become an “Islander” in no time!

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Timotis Seafood Shak

For The Love Of Shrimp!

As the “Birthplace of the Modern Shrimping Industry”, it’s no surprise how much we love our favorite crustacean and in honor of National Shrimp Day we’re gonna show you just how much.

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Green Turtle Tavern Live Music Downtown

Great Venues for Live Music on Amelia Island

Music makes the world go round. Check out these live music venues on Amelia Island that will feed your soul.

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Tomitos Seafood Shak

Best Places to Get a Poke Bowl

People can’t get enough of poke bowls. Learn more about them and the best places to find them on Amelia Island.

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Bachelorette Weekend Itinerary

The best thing about a bachelorette weekend is being with your besties and going somewhere fabulous. If you’re looking for a great beach destination with less crowds, eclectic dining options, cool history and a […]

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Cantina Louie bar

Best Places To Get A Margarita On Amelia Island

We’re celebrating a drink that never goes out of style. Here are the best places to get a margarita on Amelia Island. Cheers!

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Aerial views of downtown Amelia Island

From A – Z: 26 Things to See & Do in Historic Downtown

From boutique shops and eclectic dining to museum tours and spa services, sightseeing downtown is as easy as ABC…

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man in Victorian wear

The Victorian Era and Merry Ole Amelia

Did you know that the British flag was one of the eight flags that once flew over Amelia Island and that our island was actually named for Princess Amelia, the […]

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