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From Emmis Communications:
This app is the official visitor guide of Amelia Island, Florida.Unique among Floridas many outstanding treasures, Amelia Island is an enchanting showcase of all that makes Florida great. Located a mere 30-minute drive from Jacksonville International Airport and 15 minutes from Interstate 95, the island offers a convenient option for travelers. Use this app to start planning your next memorable trip to Amelia Island or visit our web site, www.AmeliaIsland.com to create your own personalized itinerary. Amelia Islands 13 miles of Appalachian quartz sand beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters have made this tiny barrier island a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike. In fact, Amelia has been voted among the Top 10 North American Islands by Conde Nast Travelers Readers Choice Awards for seven consecutive years. The Islands upscale resorts, world-class spas, championship golf, and exclusive dining blend effortlessly with a captivating collection of charming bed and breakfast inns, historic sites, and entertaining local festivals and events. Amelia Island is also home to Fernandina Beach, once a vibrant Victorian seaport village, now a delightful downtown historic district of eclectic shops, attractions and eateries. Recently, Fernandina Beach was ranked first among 17 destinations featured in the Best Small Town Getaway article in Southern Living magazine and was featured in Coastal Livings Best Little Beach Towns article. Floridas great outdoors has never been greater than on Amelia Island, where visitors enjoy kayaking and sunset sails, horseback riding on the beach and hiking, biking or fishing in the islands stunning natural setting. Amelias intriguing past is ever present, whether visiting Floridas first spoken history museum or roaming the grounds of the historic, 1,000-acre Fort Clinch state park. Fueling all the island fun is a mouthwatering menu of more than 70 restaurants, cafs and bistros serving up everything from casual seafood to eclectic fine dining.