Stay longer, dine out at new restaurants, or enjoy water activities during Amelia Island's Secret Season.
Press Release: On Northeast Florida’s Amelia Island, a collection of award-winning accommodations, attractions and restaurants are inviting travelers to visit in October and November, a two-month experience locals call “Secret Season” on the island. With warm temperatures, low humidity, uncrowded beaches and a slower pace, this mini-season is the perfect time to come make memories on Amelia Island. Complete details about the “Secret Season” Free Night, Any Night offers, and island insider tips can be found at AmeliaIsland.com, but here is a small sampling of where visitors can stay, dine and play on their not-so-secret vacation:
Stretch your stay just a little bit longer. Resorts, hotels, inns, bed & breakfasts, motels and rentals across the island are offering visitors an extra night* to relax and enjoy Amelia Island when booking with them.
Dine at more than 90 Amelia Island restaurants. Whether romantic to casual, on your own or on a tour, there is always something delicious cooking up on Amelia. Hungry travelers can try something new this fall at several notable restaurants popping up around town. Pozzi Coffee and Wine Bar is a unique, mom & pop coffee shop and wine bar with an Italian twist. The eclectic menu at Salt Life Food Shack caters to every personality in their trendy open-air space. And Lagniappe is offering a little something extra with their New Orleans flair.
No matter what they are into, visitors can fill their extended stay with fun on Amelia Island. Water-lovers can watch the beautiful fall sunset during a family-friendly sunset cruise with Amelia River Cruise or join Windward Sailing for a private sailing lesson. Shop and explore the charming historic downtown Fernandina Beach or see it magically transform for the holidays at the annual Dickens on Centre event. Adventurers and trip planners can navigate the island using the new augmented reality feature of Amelia Island’s free phone app. An interactive map using GPS and Bluetooth beacon technology guides visitors to hidden experiences around the island, where they will find fun and informative surprises to enjoy.