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Capture Florida's Coastal Charm on an Amelia Island Photo Tour

1 day ago   |   By Marriott Traveler

Eight different flags have flown over Florida's Amelia Island since the French explorer, Jean Ribault, landed on the shores of Fernandina Beach in 1562. Since then, Spanish and British colonists, along with the native Timucuan peoples, have all left their mark on its gorgeous shores, making for incredible, Instagrammable sights.
From Victorian architecture and natural beaches to droolworthy dining, Amelia Island will spice up the ‘Gram with historic charm and natural beauty.
Here are some of our favorite spots to capture Amelia Island's unique blend of coastline, color and culture.
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