Jacksonville Area Travel Guide
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Hotels in Jacksonville Area
Bunk at one of the island’s best B&Bs, housed in one of Fernandina’s signature Victorians with central tower, 12-foot ceilings, mahogany staircase, and heart pine floors.
Restaurants in Jacksonville Area
With its bare brick walls, flickering candles, and bubbling fountain, Columbia looks like a cellar bistro in an old Spanish town. Order a classic Valencian paella or Cuban roast pork.
Things to do in Jacksonville Area
The museum is a knockout, jammed with authentic antiquities: read Captain Kidd’s actual journal in a virtual touch-screen version, and see one of only two existing Jolly Roger flags. Don’t miss the souvenir shop.