There's more to Georgia than meets the eye! The diverse state offers a unique combination of historic inland cities and beachfront coastal Georgia vacation rentals scattered along the Atlantic Ocean. From natural sand dunes to barrier islands, Georgia offers the perfect blend of historic ports, lighthouses, and sleepy seaside cities. Visitors of all ages come for rest, romance, or a history lesson along this one-of-a-kind waterfront!
The Georgia Coast
The Georgia Coast is comprised of more than 11 unique communities. The region's lush tropical coastline and mostly mild weather offer a peaceful departure from city living. Some of the state's best golf courses, including the Crosswinds Golf Club and Jekyll Island Golf Course, will make you want to break in your new nine iron. Book your stay in one of our Coastal Georgia vacation rentals to experience a range of activities for your trip!
Georgia's first city, Savannah, was established in 1733. The community is best known for its stately homes, outdoor cafes, and ghost tours! One stroll down the cobblestone roads of the Savannah Historic District will inspire you with breathtaking architecture and charm of bygone days.
Tybee Island is a barrier island located just 18 miles from Savannah. The community offers five miles of beaches and oak-lined walking trails. Visitors can fish off the southern end of Tybee Island pier and pavillion, visit two light stations, or dine out and hunt for souvenirs in the Fort Screven Historic District.
Liberty County is 50 miles south of Tybee Island and is comprised of two communities: Hinesville and Midway. The region's forests and saltwater marshes attract outdoor enthusiasts each year on their quests to go kayaking, camping, hunting, and bird watching along St. Catherine's Sound and Colonel's Island. Midway is also home to the colonial Midway Museum and cultural sites like the Historic Dorchester Academy and Museum where Dr. Martin Luther King planned the march on Birmingham.
St. Simons Island
Stretching another 50 miles south of Midway are The Golden Isles, which are comprised of Brunswick, Jekyll Island, Sea Island, St. Simons Island, and Little St. Simons Island. St. Simons Island is home to miles of bicycle trails, tennis courts, and some 99 golf holes! Visitors come from near and far to hike into the iconic Marshes of the Glynn and build sandcastles at East Beach. In a single afternoon you can climb to the top of the St. Simons Lighthouse, or tour antebellum plantations throughout the island.
Coastal Georgia vacation rentals offer unmatched beauty alongside an even blend of historical tourist sites and wildlife preserves. Dip your toes in the waters of the Atlantic and you'll soon forget everything you thought you know about The Peach State.