Getaway to the Georgia Coast
Take a Georgia Coast weekend getaway and enjoy 100 miles of coastline with its pristine beaches and islands. You’ll enjoy breathtaking beauty, rich history, sun-drenched beaches, horseback riding, golf and so much more. Plus, the good weather year-round is perfect for lots of outdoor activity. The Colonial Coast Birding Trail travels through salt marshes, tidal rivers and wetlands that are native habitats for more than 300 birds. Learn about preservation on a visit to the Georgia Sea Turtle Center on Jekyll Island.
Jekyll Island –
The natural wonders of nature and wildlife abound on Jekyll Island. Go biking, hiking, birdwatching, jog on the beach, play golf and much more. The highly anticipated Georgia Sea Turtle Center is open and dedicated to the preservation of the endangered maritime species.
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St. Marys & Cumberland Island-St Mary’s storybook setting on St. Mary’s river is perfect for a romantic getaway. It has charming Victorian inns, quaint shops and captivating cafes. Take the ferry to Cumberland Island, the largest of Georgia’s barrier islands. Cumberland Island is rich with natural resources like wild turkeys, wild horses, ancient sea turtles, sand dunes and maritime forests.
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St. Simons Island- Come Coast Awhile amid all the delights and discoveries of Brunswick & The Golden Isles of Georgia. Across the mainland and four barrier islands, you’ll encounter breathtaking beauty, rich history and energizing recreation at every turn.
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Reconnect With Your Sweetheart on Tybee Island. Tybee Island - was voted best beach destination by Georgia magazine readers in 2007. Just 20 minutes east of Savannah, there are miles of beach, a lighthouse, and you can rent bikes and kayaks.
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