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Tybee Island Beach

Tybee Island is located near Historic Savannah, Georgia. Tybee Island features 5 miles of Georgia beaches on the Atlantic Ocean. The island’s scenic south-end pier and pavilion provide the perfect place to take a stroll or fish.

Outdoor opportunities around Tybee Island include boat cruises and fishing trips, kayaking, bike riding and bird watching in the low country. Tybee Marine Science Center provides beach walks and special touch tanks to help guests understand the native ocean creatures. Often dolphins play off shore and can be seen by guided tour.

History lovers will have plenty to see and do on Tybee Island. The island’s Fort Screven was a Spanish-American War-era fortification, for example, and the Tybee Lighthouse is Georgia's oldest and coastline at 154 feet tallest lighthouse.

Tybee Island features numerous lodging accommodations options. Tybee has deluxe hotel accommodations, lovely seaside cottages and delightful B&B’s, so visitors can find the lodging that is perfect for their budget.