120 Best Beaches of Georgia
Small cozy but never overcrowded. Eateries are down the road. Shelling, birdwatching, picnicking are refreshing options for a "daycation". Pet-friendly. Free parking.
Calm and clean. Lots of access points. Paid parking. Limited amenities, no toilet, so make sure you took everything needed. Hard-packed sand is good for strolling.
A nice little beach for outdoor enthusiasts, offering seclusion, quiet, and plenty of wildlife. Restrooms, rinse showers, and picnic areas.
One of three beaches, quite small. Parking is small as well, fills up fast. Swimming is not recommended because of currents and sometimes sharks. Rich wildlife.
A shallow beach within a short driving distance from Savannah. Nothing phenomenal, but easily accessible and convenient, with numerous restrooms and a large pier.
A convenient getaway place for families and couples within a short drive from Savannah. No clear water, but plenty of beach amenities such as restrooms, changing areas, picnic areas, concessions, and volleyball nets.
A quiet and peaceful river beach on Tybee Island with a beautiful atmosphere and a moderate tourist flow. This place is off the beaten path and features no amenities.
Well-organized recreation spot, full of amenities, including eateries right on beach with a live music. Popular among fishermen. Wheelchair accessible. Pet-friendly.
Great place for going out with kids. They'll be excited to watch birds and dolphins. Jellyfish might be a problem though. Provides swings on the shore, chairs rentals.