Sit on your private oceanfront balcony at 'The Oceans of Amelia' or in one of the twin lounge chairs (that twirl all the way around) in the Living Room and watch the waves come ashore, surfers, dolphins or shrimp boats. You may even see a submarine in the distance going up into the channel from the ocean on its way to King's Bay. (In June and July I cannot rent for less than 6 nights (7th night free)
This condo is on the 1st floor (above the parking area) of a 3 story building. It has a queen size bed in the master bedroom and twin beds in the 2nd bedroom. The new queen size sofa bed in the Living Room sleeps 2 . There is free wifi Internet service for your laptop. This unit is beautifully decorated and very comfortable.
Amenities- It features 2 cable flat screen TV’s with DVD player. All linens, (fitted sheets. towels, dishtowels) are furnished. The kitchen is complete with coffee maker, icemaker, disposal, lots of dishes and cookware, toaster, etc. There is a stack full size washer/dryer in the utility closet. This is a no-smoking unit but smoking is allowed on the balcony. The condo association does not allow pets for renters.
Activities:: Amelia Island features a wide array of tourist attractions such as uncrowded beaches, fine restaurants, boutiques, galleries, and many diverse recreational activities such as top rated golf courses, tennis, beachcombing, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, miniature golf, water slide, volleyball, horseback riding, cruising on the Amelia River or you may want to take a day trip over to Cumberland Island. One of the most popular events is the Shrimp Festival which is always held the first weekend in May. The streets of historic downtown Fernandina are filled with art, crafts, antiques, live music, children's activities and lots of delicious local seafood. A 50 block area of Downtown Fernandina Beach is listed on the National Register of Historic Places because of its amazing preservation of late Victorian architecture with its many mansions and cottages.
Florida's oldest saloon is the Palace Saloon on Centre Street with hand painted murals, a hand-carved 40 foot mahogany bar and pressed tin ceilings. One of Amelia Island's most unique historic sites is Fort Clinch, the pre-civil War fort located inside a beautiful 1700 acre state park. On the first weekend of every month volunteers join the park rangers to reenact life in 1864 during the occupation by Union troops. There is also a beautiful beachfront with a half mile long fishing pier and many miles of hiking and bicycle trails.