Historic Harbor District | Amelia Island, Florida, part 2

Amelia Island is, apparently, a popular spot for out-of-state tourists!

Amelia Island is about 45 minutes to 1 hour north of Jacksonville, Florida, so a nice stop if you’re traveling through the area and have a day to stop or if you’re interested in the fancier hotels and boutiques as part of your vacation

During my visit of the lighthouse and the northern region of the island, I stumbled upon the historic harbor district while searching for food. There are lots of boutiques, restaurants, and interesting historic buildings so it’s a nice place to walk around and photograph. There’s not much to do besides eat and shop, but there are other excursions and things to do in the area that could be interesting for the family – not to mention that it’s very close to a few nice beaches.

Overall, I thought that it was a cool place to visit if you’re interested in Florida history and/or shopping at boutiques!

This is my second of three blog posts on my experience visiting Amelia Island! Read part one here, and the final part will be coming soon!


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