Time Travel: Journey Back To 1864 At Fort Clinch

Walk over a drawbridge, through a tunnel to travel back in time to the year 1864 at Civil War-era fort in Fernandina. See one of America’s most well-preserved 19-century fortresses.

Amelia Island Lighthouse, Oldest in Florida Circa 1838

Fernandina Beach is home to the Amelia Island Lighthouse, guiding mariners since before Florida was a state. Designed by Winslow Lewis, the Amelia Island Lighthouse circa 1838 has a double-walled tower and Third-Order Fresnel lens.

Historic Old Town Fernandina

A little world of its own, Old Town Fernandina attracts those with a penchant for historic preservation and a love of riverfront living. Residents can get from bed to boat in a matter of minutes by foot.

Enjoy Nature Hike or Bike Ride in Egans Greenway

Egans Greenway is a natural area of 300 acres on Amelia Island, managed by city of Fernandina. Native flora and fauna can be observed.

Southern Living: “Fernandina Beach Best Small-Town Getaway”

“Feel welcome for a weekend or a lifetime.” Southern Living magazine features Fernandina Beach.