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Amelia Island Fl Vacation Rentals

Published on June 18, 2013 by Danny Nappi

Search below for Amelia Island Fl vacation rentals whether it is an affordable one bedroom to a luxury house and everything in between. Browse below to easily find the best vacation rental that meets your needs. Search more Atlantic Coast North vacation rentals.

There’s no place like home but a vacation in Amelia Island can help you forget about home. With its 13 miles of beautiful beaches and lots of places to stay Amelia Island is a perfect getaway just North of Jacksonville. Just sit back and relax on the beaches and forget about home. Once you stay on Amelia Island you’ll know why vacationers flock to this beautiful island for vacations.

There are numerous Amelia Island places to stay, that include hotels, resorts, bed and breakfast, condo vacation rentals by owner, vacation home rentals. There are many places to stay in Amelia Island, we recommend you stay at or near a beach, you’re on vacation enjoy it.

Amelia Island Fl Vacation Rentals

Things to do in Amelia Island

  • Amelia River Cruises – Enjoy beautiful Amelia River
  • Fort Clinch State Park – Nature trails, camping, fishing, picnicking, swimming
  • Amelia Island State Park – Beautiful beaches, salt marshes, and coastal maritime forests
  • Kayak Amelia – Guided tours, kayak to an sandbar and take a swim
  • Kelly Seahorse Ranch – A horse ranch with horseback riding on the beach
  • Amelia Island Museum of History – Guided ghost tours, exhibits, and history tours
  • Amelia Island Plantation – 4 courses, Amelia River Golf, Long Point, Oak Marsh, and Ocean Links
  • Victorian seaport village – Historic downtown Fernandina Beach with shops and restaurants on Centre Street
  • Fishing charters – If fishing is your gig then you have found the right place
  • Beaches – Because of the 13 miles of beaches you can always find your own private space
  • Museum Of History Fernandina
  • Fernandina Beach – Seaport town with a lively history, Timacuan Indians, Spanish Explorers, Pirates, Flagler’s Railroad
  • Amelia Island Lighthouse – Built in 1820

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Amelia Island Fl Vacation Rentals