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Georgia's Coast and Barrier Islands

Come for a weekend or a week in a tropical coastal paradise. Sandy beaches, surfing the waves, soft breezes to unique wildlife, wild horses and naturally preserved islands are here. This scenic, romantic area takes you back in time to Georgia's first county.

Georgia Coast & Barrier Islands Map
See where you want to take your next vacation at the Georgia coast. Then scroll down below the map for a description of areas at the Georgia coast and islands.

Descriptions of each coastal location on the map is below. Links to more info for these coastal cities and islands with descriptions.

Experience Enchanting Historic Savannah Georgia - Enthralled by the area's lush tropical shoreline and mild climate, Savanah's founding father, Englishman James Edward Oglethorpe, landed on the shores of the Savannah River in 1733. General Oglethorpe's ingenuity brought about a unique design for Savannah based on a grid of broad thoroughfares, braided at regular intervals with spacious public squares.
King and Prince Resort The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort - Located on St. Simons Island, our oceanfront location allows you to relax and enjoy island life at its finest. Walk along the beach, golf at the King and Prince Golf Course, take a dip in one of our five pools, shop in the Village and much more. Come and enjoy our historic Georgia Resort, where relaxation, inspiration, and recreation reside in equal measure!
Enjoy Fun Tybee Island Georgia - Sand, sea and salty breezes combined with a dash of history, fresh local cuisine and an array of outdoor family adventures. Tybee Island is a history buff's dream! Tybee's location in the southern coast made the island an important defense during many American wars. The north end offers Fort Screven - the site of Spanish-American War-era fortifications.
Georgia coast flower
Explore Beautiful St. Marys and Cumberland Island - St. Marys, GA is the gateway to Cumberland Island National Seashore. It is a small coastal village located in southeast GA remains one of Georgia's best kept secrets, a place rich in history, natural beauty and Southern hospitality. St. Marys and Cumberland Island National Seashore are the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Georgia's Tropical Brunswick and Golden Isles that consists of a port city and 4 islands. You will experience a truly exhilarating experience of sea, sun and fun. Come and discover, as Spanish explorers did 400 years ago, not gold, but rather the astonishing beauty, glorious weather and radiance that make these special places so indisputably golden.
Georgia's Amazing Barrier Islands - Barrier islands are found along nearly the entire eastern seaboard of United States. From Florida northward to Maine, they change dramatically in character. Many of Georgia's barrier islands are among the most pristine anywhere. Geologically these remarkable islands are considerably younger than the mainland. Some came into existence approximately 30,000 years ago; others emerged only within the last 5,000 years.
Visit Ossabaw Island - Accessible only by boat, this is Georgia's third-largest barrier island. Offers hiking, guided campling trips, scheduled group hunts and public beaches. Phone: 912-727-2112 or 912-262-3173 - Address: 22814 GA Hwy. 144
Step Back in Time in Quaint Darien Georgia - Darien is the second oldest planned town in GA. In 1736 Darien was established on the banks of the Darien River as a military outpost by Scottish Highlanders under the command of General James Edward Oglethorpe. Today this historical community offers visitors a chance to enjoy its many charms at a relaxed pace.
Palm tree at Tybee Island ocean
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