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Amelia Island Travel Guide  

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Amelia Island is a chain of barrier islands; it is one of the southernmost of the Sea Islands. It is located just off the northeastern coast of Florida. The island is 13 miles (almost 21 km) long and about 4 miles in width. 
The island is also known as “Isle of Eight Flags”, it has been ruled by 8 different countries. Amelia city and Fernandina beach are located on this island.
The island major events, for which hundreds of tourists crowd every year, The Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival, the Southern Lardo Festival. The island provides its visitor a rich experience of breath taking natural beauty, with 13-mlies of beautiful beaches, a colorful history and abundant native wildlife.
With mild winter temperatures, cool summer nights and clear blue sky, Amelia Island is a luxurious escape throughout all the seasons.

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Reviews Amelia Island

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Amelia Island Museum of History The museum was actually a County Jail of Nassau.  . It has exhibits of Florida history of 4,000 years which includes the eight flags of occupation. It exhibits different articles related to the islands history, walking... more tours and ghost tours are arranged, many times educational lectures are too conducted. Amelia Island State Park The park is situated on the northeastern side of Florida; The park has salt marshes, beautiful beaches, and coastal forests. It is inimitable, as is the only state park that permits, its visitor’s are allowed on the beach horseback riding. Another vital feature is the mile-long bridge turned fishing pier, where you can cast a line for some of the best fishing in Florida. The Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival First Shrimp Festival took place in 1963, around 150,000 people visit, for the purpose of celebrating the shrimp fleet which is considered as a blessing.   They come to the event of weekend to try out the fine culinary, special activities of fine arts and special activities. The crafts and arts stalls of the festival in collaboration with the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Committee are sponsored by The Island Art Association. The Sunshine magazine of North America has nominated it as a popular art event and has also ranked it in the top 200, for many years now
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