Dining 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.
A full kitchen allows you to prepare a meal or a snack any time you want it. Nassau County Florida: We even offer some with balconies and ocean views.
This inviting destination off the Northeast Florida coast also delivers swimming pools, fitness center, world-class spa, championship golf course, tennis courts, and 3. Your Privacy is important to us Thank you for visiting AmeliaIsland. Make new discoveries and enjoy the hunt. Experience a truly unique seaside retreat.
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. Lunch offers deli sandwiches, burgers and homemade salads and soups. And let's not forget our location - just two blocks from the beach, and a short distance from the attractions of Historic Downtown Fernandina Beach.
Good selection of drafts beers.
Dine inside or out on deli sandwiches, gourmet pizzas and sweet iced-tea. A variety of tea sandwiches, Salmon Mousse pinwheels, truffled mushroom in filo and fresh made fruit tartletss with lemon curd just to name a few, as well as a cheese and cracker tray with pate and tea sandwiches.
A1A is the island's main route; it starts out as South 8th Street on the northern half of the island, then makes a hard right in the heart of Fernandina Beach, becoming Atlantic Avenue.
In addition to serving only the best tasting burritos, it also offers delicious tacos, quesadillas, nachos and salads. In 1811, the town of Fernandina was established, named for King Ferdinand of Spain. Retrieved from " https: Your privacy is important to us. Nature Experience the lush landscape of the maritime forest, marshlands, and beaches. Large furnished deck allows for outdoor dining. Experience the lush landscape of the maritime forest, marshlands, and beaches.
Stroll, swim, or just take it in. This museum showcases Amelia Island's history, with temporary and permanent exhibits on such topics as the Timucuan Indians, the Spanish Missions, and the island's role in the Civil War.
Follow it up with a scoop of homemade ice cream! Breakfast is a hot buffet style and lunch encompasses soups, salads and sandwiches.
Amelia Island is covered with shops offering whimsical, artisan, local, one-of-a kind treasures. Learn more here. 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.