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Georgia’s Coastline: A Place for Everyone

Georgia’s Coastline: A Place for Everyone

Georgia’s coastline has long been a popular destination for vacationers and locals alike, but with its eclectic mix of white sand beaches, fishing villages, and historical sites, it never grows old. Here are some of the best places to see along Georgia’s stunning coastline!

Jekyll Island, GA

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The Jekyll Island Club Resort has long been a favourite of the affluent and famous, and it still draws them today. Don’t let the island’s beauty pass you by, though, even if you don’t fit any of these descriptions. Many photographers and painters are drawn to Driftwood Beach because of its distinctive vista of downed tree trunks and branches. Part of the Brunswick National Seashore, this beach is about 50 miles south of Savannah and is accessible from U.S. Highway 17 via South Boundary Road in Cumberland County. It also offers an easy access point to Little St Simons Island and Sea Island.

Saint Simons Island

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The greatest spot to stay for individuals who wish to live like a native is Saint Simons Island, which has more permanent residents than any other barrier island. A day excursion on the Lady Jane, a shrimping boat that cruises the shoreline, is another option. Or charter your own fishing expedition. You can also see local birds and wildlife by taking an eco-tour with Coastal Georgia Nongame Wildlife Program. For those interested in historic preservation, take a tour of Fort Frederica National Monument or Fort King George State Historic Site. Visitors should be sure to stop at one of the many beaches in this region.
It’s great for families because of its relative seclusion and its wide variety of activities; it’s not as crowded as Tybee Island or Sea Island.

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Sapelo Island

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The Gullah Geechee group, descended from enslaved West Africans, lives on Sapelo Island, which is only reachable by boat, and has preserved its traditions for more than 200 years. From the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve Visitors Center, visitors may learn about the community’s fascinating history, enjoy traditional West African cuisine, and take a tour. To get to the island you can rent a car, ride your bike or walk (about 30 miles). Don’t forget to bring sunscreen and water! Georgia is famous for being one of the sunniest states in America. So come explore this beautiful coast!

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