About Amelia Island
Amelia Island, FL is a place of beauty. This barrier island is located just off the coast of northeast Florida and offers more than 12 miles of beaches. Amelia Island also boasts a number of native wildlife species and crystal clear waters. Since 1562, Amelia Island has been in the control of many countries including France, Spain, and Mexico.
There is a variety of activities visitors can participate in when they visit Amelia Island. The nightlife is relaxed and fun, with plenty of beach bars to explore. There are also other notable nightlife spots, including the Palace Saloon in downtown Fernandina, Brett's Waterway Cafe, and the Florida House Inn, where you can get their famous Frisky Mermaid cocktail. The Florida House Inn also features a Happy Hour on Tuesday nights where you can bring your pets to the courtyard cocktail party.
Restaurants and opportunities to shop are also abundant on Amelia Island. There is a fair mix of fine dining and casual eateries, most of which specialize in seafood dishes. After lunch or dinner, consider the many shopping opportunities on Amelia Island. There are a variety of antique shops throughout the area, and two larger antique showrooms on Centre Street. There are also a variety of art galleries on Amelia Island. These galleries provide fine art pieces created by many local artists.
Whether you want to just relax on the beach or dine on some of the finest seafood creations in Florida, Amelia Island has it all.
Events in Amelia Island
Mosaic Night in Fernandina
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MOSAIC CLASS IN FERNANDINA! It's art all cracked up! $30 and up. No experience necessary. Join us at The Surf in Fernandina! Enjoy a night of mosaic fun with friends and family.
Spring Wine Festival
Amelia Island Wine Company 4924 First Coast Hwy Ste 1904-310-9255 Spring Wine Festival!
Cast A: Madagascar Jr.
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We invite you to the “wildly” popular DreamWorks show Madagascar JR. “Filled with outlandish characters, adventure galore and an upbeat score, Madagascar JR. will leave audiences with no choice but to Move It, Move It!” This show features children 2nd-6th grade. Cast A: