Roadtrip to Golden Isles of GA

While most people would love to travel to a tropical destination this time of year, taking a road trip to a destination that still brings the tranquility of a nearby beach might just fit the bill for travelers from Georgia. Without having to leave the state, there are several isles on the coast of Georgia that fit the bill for a fun weekend or school break getaway before the warmer weather rush begins.

The Golden Isles of Georgia

Visitors may enjoying staying in Brunswick which is the historic mainland city just before you get to the islands off the coast of Georgia. Ever heard of Brunswick stew? This is where it originated. There is old town charm, Southern flare and English influence in this quaint towns architecture and sites.

St. Simons Island

Visitors come year round to swim, stroll and sail along its miles of lovely beaches. There is also a beautiful 99 hole golf course and plenty of tennis courts, along with a host of shops and restaurants. Visit the lighthouse or taken in the breathtaking views of the Atlantic while you are there.

Little St. Simons Island

Once a private island, Little St, Simons Island is now open to a limited number of guests. If you are looking for a secluded getaway that includes beaches, marshland and thousands of acres of woodlands, plan a getaway to this island that is only accessible by boat.

Sea Island

Looking for world renown luxury? Sea Island is perfect for you. Sea Island is an internationally acclaimed resort. Island life centers around The Cloister, perennially honored as one of the world’s great hotels. Golf club, beach club, gun club, horseback riding, fine dining are all apart of this acclaimed destination.

Jekyll Island

A popular family destination, Jekyll Island is known for its, miles of white sand beaches, golfing, tennis, a water fun, fishing and nature center. Accommodation range from luxury, ocean front and for those visitors interested in camping, there are places for you too.

Make the Golden Isles your next road trip destination.