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WESTREC Fernandina Marina, Florida, United States

WESTREC Fernandina Marina is located on Saint Fernandina Beach, in the beautiful Amelia Island, Florida.This marina is ready to accommodate boats of all sizes, designed for sailing or fishing, as well as ferries. The top-notch services provided by this harbor are the result of a series of renovation and modernization efforts.One of the main advantages of booking a berth in this marina is the proximity to the city center. Here tourists are welcomed by the beautiful architecture of the historical buildings and lots of dining places and bars. This popular area, known as the historic Fernandina Beach, hosts vestiges that date back to medieval times. This location's charm is intensified by the effervescent night venues and the multiple events that are constantly held here.Tourists can enjoy 13 miles of fine sand beaches in Amelia Island and practice all sorts of water sports and guided tours in this area. All in all, there are enough reasons to choose this place for a memorable vacation.

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Attractions in Florida

Florida is a state situated in the southeastern part of the United States. It neighbors Georgia, Alabama, the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Due to its large coastal surface, Florida is one of the top touristic attractions for tourists worldwide who come here by yacht or book a berth and enjoy the sea and the excellent sandy beaches.

Florida used to be inhabited by Native American tribes like the Timucua, the Apalachee, the Ais, the Tequesta or the Tocobaga. Florida’s territory was among the first areas to be visited and colonized by European settlers. The first explorers who came here were the Spanish in the 16th century, and this land was annexed to the United States at the beginning of the 19th century.

Since remote times, the territory of Florida was sought after for its natural beauties and privileged sea location. Today, this accounts for the extensive touristic activities that sustain the economy.... more info

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