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Beach at the Fernandina Beach at the Atlantic Coast of Florida.

The beach at the Fernandina Beach is located at the beautiful Amelia Island, at the famous northern Atlantic Coast of Florida. Apart from the historic Fort Clinch and the old town of Fernandina Beach, there are also pretty beaches along the coastline.







Directions to the beach in Fernandina Beach:
From Interstate 95 (I-95) turn east on Florida State Route 200, also known as Florida State Route A1A. The road leads through the city of Yulee and the city of Fernandina Beach. At the coast of the Amelia Island, the State Route A1A turns south. At the left roadside, there are a few small parking lots with beach accesses.

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Entrance Fee / Parking Fee at the Fernandina Beach:
- No parking fee. Only limited parking space available.
(as at: April 2010)


Infrastructure at the Fernandina Beach:
- No infrastructure available at this beach access.





Beach Ranking of the Fernandina Beach:
- Not ranked at the Beach Ranking.



Video of the Beach at the Fernandina Beach:











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