Pétanque America’s 6th Open International Tournament attracts 70 more top players (324 total) from around the world and North America to Amelia Island.
Even if you don’t have too much time this weekend, keep your calendar open for the SHOOTING CONTEST between the 5 World Champions sometime around 5pm on Saturday.
Last year there were 256 players from 22 states, and 11 countries.
Everyone is invited to attend to watch, especially if you have never watched or played Petanque!
Belgian Classic Car Club Celebrates 10 year Anniversary with Classic Car Rally down the Eastern Seaboard with detour to visit Amelia Island.
Philippe Boets and his staff, including most of the Amelia Island Boules club continue to do a stellar job building further on our country’s premier pétanque event.
The 4th edition of this wonderful pétanque tournament is looking once again at blue sunny skies, comfortable temperatures, great players field and fun and friendship.
Amelia Island Boules Club moves ahead of the New York Pétanque Club to become the largest Pétanque Club in America.
Here is your chance to view 2 french Navy Schooners arriving on Amelia Island in celebration of Jean Ribault settling here 450 years ago.
As the city and the island come together Petanque is embraced into our unique island lifestyle and culture.
In a short couple of years, Pétanque (feet anchored) has become a household game on Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach.
The atmosphere of the Pétanque America Open is different than anything that is organized on Amelia Island. It’s a taste of the French Riviera.
Pétanque America is finalizing preparation for its 3rd American Open Tournament bringing 272 players with guests form around the globe to Fernandina.
A central event register would prevent competing with other events on same dates and help organizers reach their goals.
Petanque on Amelia Island keeps growing by leaps and bounds, as confirmed by the fact that this year’s local tournament has doubled in size.