Fernandina Beach holiday information
|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£566|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£509|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£793|
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Probably one of the most prominent cities in Florida and the setting for early struggles of power for control of the United States, Fernandina Beach holidays offer an insight into a tiny island that can lay claim to being the only municipality in the US that has been ruled under eight different national flags, earning the name “The Isle of 8 Flags”. Originally named Isla de Santa Maria by the Spanish, Fernandina Beach holidays are situated on modern day Amelia Island. The French, British, Patriots of Amelia Island, Green Cross of Florida, Mexicans, Confederates and now the US have all laid claim to this dreamlike island.
Fernandina Beach Holidays: Travel Planning
Just a short 25 mile trip east of Jacksonville on mainland USA, Fernandina Beach holidays are best reached by car. Connecting to many UK and Europe-based airports, Jacksonville is an excellent place to hire a car and drive over to Fernandina Beach. With a small private airport and local harbours, arriving to Fernandina Beach holidays is also possible by private boat or plane. Enjoying sunshine year round, Fernandina Beach holidays are an excellent choice for late spring or early autumn, avoiding the busier summer months of July and August. Fernandina Beach holidays are in the time zone GMT -5.
Fernandina Beach Holidays: Romantic Discoveries
Measuring just two miles across even at its widest point, Fernandina Beach holidays on Amelia island will never leave visitors far from enjoying the sound of the ocean or finding a deserted beach just for themselves. A nature lovers paradise, the local forest trails of Fernandina Beach holidays offer peaceful, shady walks, and countless opportunities for watching the diverse array of colourful migratory birds. Fernandina Beach holidays would not be complete without a boat trip to discover the tranquil inlets and bays surrounding the town, often accompanied by the romantic backdrop of dolphins playing gracefully along the coast.