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Highlights Amelia Island

  • Historic districts
  • Natural parks
  • Maritime history
  • Shrimps

Best Vacation Rentals in Amelia Island

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Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island
Vacation Rental • 2852 ft² • 4 Bedrooms
(4 reviews)
DOG FRIENDLY - One Dog permitted at this property with pet fee and acceptance of Fernandina Beach Realty's Pet policy and a $150.00 non-refundable pet fee. Only dogs 40 pounds and under permitted. Cats are not Permitted.Rent this Fully Furnished, Four Bedroom, Three Bath, Oceanfront Beach House for an Exciting and Fun-Filled Vacation on Amelia Island. Rear Deck access is available through the sliding glass doors in two bedrooms, both with King-sized beds. View Magnificent Sunrises or Relax and sit on the Deck Furniture on either the Upper or Lower Oceanfront Decks with your Favorite beverag...
from $710 / night
Amelia Island, Nassau County (fl)
Vacation Rental • 3735 ft² • 5 Bedrooms
(12 reviews)
This one is a favorite home-away-from-home for vacationers with its beachside pool! The pictures speak for themselves on this absolutely gorgeous five bedroom multi-level seaside residence. A breathtaking panoramic ocean view at every opportunity! Just look at the windows on the oceanside of this home! The rolling waves and gentle Atlantic breezes create a soothing scene just beyond your back door. Tastefully furnished for leisurely living, it is perfect for entertaining and relaxation.Fully stocked kitchen with modern appliances for your convenience, recreation room, patio furniture and, b...
from $1,316 / night
Amelia Island, Nassau County (fl)
Vacation Rental • 1550 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
(10 reviews)
Come and relax in "Sea-Esta"! Enjoy your vacation in your tastefully renovated home away from home! This stunning 3br/3ba en suite Oceanfront condo is located in the Omni Amelia Island Plantation. Perfect for the entire family or a carefree getaway with friends, this unit is a perfect fit. Nestled amongst the oaks this unit has wonderful unobstructed oceanfront views from the living, dining, kitchen and master bedroom. With Sea-Esta, guests enjoy access to the Beach Walker pool, beach, walking and biking trails, spa, shops, and many great dining options...all within a short walking distance...
from $3 / night

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Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices in Amelia Island

$449for 10 Dec - 17 Dec
$567 annual average
Average price per week

Vacation rentals availability in Amelia Island

51%for 10 Dec - 17 Dec
51% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Amelia Island

Vacation rentals for traditional seaside fun

Split into three distinct areas with the Fernandina Beach neighborhood at its heart, Amelia Island is definitely somewhere to create vacation memories. Vacationers have been coming here since the late 19th century, leaving a rich heritage of historic buildings and traditional holiday fun. Separated from the mainland by the Amelia River, the island is long and thin, putting most vacation rentals within sight and sound of the sea.

Unwind in Amelia Island vacation rentals

Countryside parks and mile after mile of uncrowded beaches turn Amelia Island into a dream spot for vacation rentals. Look for family sized beachside properties or enjoy the buzz of staying in the Fernandina Beach Historic District where you'll have shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions on your doorstep. Watch changing ocean views from your balcony, or gather the family together for seafood barbecues in your private garden. Many Amelia Island vacation rentals even have pools for the kids to splash around in.

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The area and getting around

Southern food and sunsets

Tucked into the northeast corner of Florida, Amelia Island delivers a peaceful vacation world. Spend the day at the beach or exploring a country park then get an evening dose of culture at the Amelia Community Theater or the Musical Playhouse. Get your day going with a tasty Baja Mexican-style breakfast at Tortuga Jack's then in the evening watch the sunset as you dine on fresh seafood at Sliders Seaside Grill.

An island packed with history

Pirates, shrimpers, and Victorian-era millionaires all left their mark on Amelia Island creating the colorful downtown district of Fernandina Beach. Shop from dawn to dusk in its eclectic collection of shops and antique markets, taking time out to pop into the Palace Saloon for a refreshing drink. It's said to be Florida's oldest bar. Take the kids to Amelia Island Lighthouse which has been beaming its light miles out to sea since 1838. Then, catch up on the region's seafaring history in the Maritime Museum of Amelia Island.

Travelers and activities

A destination for water lovers

With so many beaches and waterways, it's no surprise that Amelia Island is a real draw for water lovers. Soak up the sights, sounds, and smells of salt marshes from a paddleboard while bird watching for herons, ibis, and egrets. Rent a kayak at Fernandino Beach and drift gently along the coastline or through the island's inland waters. Go solo or book a tour with a knowledgeable guide. If you want to be even more relaxed, join a boat tour that takes in the history of Jekyll and Fort George islands while keeping an eye out for playful dolphins.

A destination for the outdoor life

With over a dozen miles of Atlantic coastline, there is always a different beach such as Main and Fernandina beaches for lazing around, family fun, and sharks' teeth hunting. If you want to keep on the move, cycle up to Peter's Point and join the Amelia Island Trail. Or, pack a picnic and head into Amelia Island State Recreation Area. Immerse yourself in its photogenic salt marsh and maritime forest, and then take a sunset horseback ride along the beach. You may be lucky enough to spot a sea turtle, bobcat, alligator, or rare piping plover.

Amelia Island was once a safe haven for pirates and there's long been speculation that a huge horde of treasure lies hidden on the seabed. Maybe it's time to take up scuba diving!

Top 5 travel tips for Amelia Island

1. Step back in time at Fort Clinch State Park

Today it's a serenely beautiful spot but from the Civil War until after World War II, Fort Clinch saw active service. Enjoy miles of hiking and cycling trails as well as exploring the fort. Small re-enactments take place once a month or visit in spring or fall to catch a full-on re-enactment weekend.

2. Listen to the past at Amelia Island Museum of history

Housed in the atmospheric surroundings of an old jail, this oral-history museum whisks you through the stories of Timucuan Native Americans, pirates, settlers, soldiers, and the elite of 19th-century Florida. It's definitely family friendly, with a Discovery Ship and recreations of a Timucuan village and jail cell.

3. Play the balls at Fernandina Beach Pinball Museum

Pinball machines lost out to video gaming, but this museum aims to preserve their legacy. Spend a few hours here sharpening your pinball wizardry on its 20 classic machines. They date from the 1950s onwards. The museum may be small, but it's packed full of color, noise, and nostalgia.

4. Tour and taste at Marlin and Barrel Distillery

Florida sugar cane, grapefruit, and oranges have always been important to the distillery industry. At Marlin and Barrel Distillery, see how Venture Vodka, Smoked Pepper Vodka, and Bearing Light Rum are made. Enjoy a tasting tour and then take home a souvenir of vodka, liqueur, rum, or American whiskey.

5. Tuck in at the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival

Held every May, this is Amelia Island's biggest annual event attracting an enthusiastic crowd to downtown Fernandino. Modern shrimping is said to have originated in Amelia Island and the Eight Flags Shrimp Festival celebrates this. It kicks off with a huge Pirate Parade while food booths serve up deliciously tasty shrimp gumbo, Cajun shrimp, and more.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Amelia Island

On average, what was the cost for vacation rentals in Amelia Island last year?

With an average cost of $423 per night, Amelia Island lies at the upper end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.

Which months allow you to save the most on vacation rentals?

If it is your aim to save the maximum during your visit to Amelia Island, go there in August ($401 per night on average), January ($406), or July ($410), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

When are vacation rentals more expensive in Amelia Island?

Following the data observed last year, costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of May ($448), March ($448), and November ($427).

Do I need to plan a trip to Amelia Island well in advance?

If you decide to put Amelia Island on your bucket list, we suggest organizing your visit well in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average of 88% of rentals booked the previous year.

Which months offer the highest availability?

Last year, the months with the largest number of available properties of the year in Amelia Island were December, January and September, with average availabilities of 26%, 25%, and 24%, respectively.

How many rentals does Holidu have in Amelia Island?

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