Located in Georgia's corner on the coast, Brunswick and nearby Sea Islands possess an agreeable blend of urban development and natural settings. Whether you want to stretch out in a plush resort or strike out and explore nearby Okefenokee Swamp, Brunswick is a surprisingly quaint coastal stopover.
Though it is not commonly placed in the same category as major east coast tourist hubs, Brunswick easily rivals more popular resort towns to the north and south. With great seafood and charming dives, the inland exhibits class as well as charisma. There is no shortage of lodging options from camping to plush suites to seedy, small coastal motels.
Check out St. Simon's, Cumberland, and Jekyll Islands for offshore accommodations and adventures.