Explore Communities of Northeast Florida

Amelia Island

Amelia Island’s quant charm has been a beloved destination for generations. Its world-class spas, quiet beaches, horseback riding, historic sites and captivating festivals gives you an experience that’s uniquely Floridian.

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Atlantic & Neptune Beach

Just a few minutes from Downtown, Jacksonville's white sand beaches await you. Spend a day unwinding by the ocean and enjoy the nearby shops, restaurants, attractions, and nightlife. This quaint beach town will surround you with a charm that you’ll want to share with your friends and family.

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Jacksonville Beach

Jacksonville has 22 miles of wide, uncrowded, white-sandy beaches that offer visitors majestic sunrises and star-filled nights. Casual restaurants, cafés and nightlife blend into the scene without crowding the views of the shorelines.

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Ponte Vedra & Sawgrass

Ponte Vedra Beach’s 40-foot sand dunes are among the highest in Florida. From their peak, they race down to white sand beaches made from Appalachian quartz and ancient coquina. Of course let’s not forget, it’s home of The PGA Tour, The Players Championship, elegant shopping and unforgettable fine dining.

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San Marco

San Marco is a historic neighborhood just a few minutes from Downtown. San Marco hugs the St. John’s River giving you perfect access to a day of adventure on the water. Enjoy all the distinctive boutiques and art galleries, trendy breweries and dine at some of Jacksonville’s best restaurants.

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Riverside & Avondale

Voted as one of the country’s top 10 Great Neighborhoods, Riverside & Avondale have a unique mix of history, culture, charm, and modern design. Stroll through the charming tree-lined streets for fabulous dining, antique shopping, fun bars and trendy boutiques.

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Clay County

With miles of coastline along the St. Johns River, its’ major tributaries of Black Creek and Doctors Inlet along with its’ pristine freshwater lakes, Clay County is a water lovers dream. Clay County is haven for those who love nature and the outdoors whether you row, fish, ski, paddle board, bike, hike, or swing a golf club — a great place to call home.

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