As night falls on Fernandina, experience the glow of the downtown historic district.
It’s been quite an unusual several months of extraordinary vessels visiting Fernandina since the pandemic emerged.
MARINA OPEN! Boating activity has resumed at the riverfront in downtown Fernandina Beach, with repairs to the southern basin complete.
Here’s a look at some wild and pretty purple blooms and berries that can be seen around Amelia Island as summer wanes into fall.
Learn about Spanish explorers and pirates. Discover the history of Fernandina’s thriving Victorian-era and its shrimping legacy. And don’t miss seeing Fort Clinch.
Tour Southern Living magazine’s 2019 Idea House. The Crane Island River House is located in Fernandina Beach. Tickets cost $22.
The number of Amelia Island sea turtle nests through June 30, 2019 has shattered the previous nesting record set back in 2016 for the same time period through June, and by quite a lot.
This documentary-style, “Editor’s Pick” video about Fernandina’s shrimping history features aerial views of Amelia Island with interesting interviews plus vintage images and old film footage.