117 Best Beaches of Georgia (Page 5 of 5)
Popular tourist spot, includes all kinds of facilities. Come here if you don't mind crowds. Offers paddleboard, umbrellas and chairs rentals, cafe with live music.
Quiet beach with scenic views, a great option for a long or a short stay. Lots of condos, shops and restaurants. Water equipment rentals. Clear and shallow water.
Family-friendly beach. Lots of amenities make vacations comfortable. Lifeguards on duty. Hard-packed sand is convenient for walking. Many stingrays, so be cautious.
Awesome for surfing in winter season. Lack of amenities. Toilets, shops and bars are within a walking distance. Chances to see dolphins, manatees, pelicans or turtles.
Nice white sand beach. Free parking, but it's hard to park in the evening. All needed facilities. Shop and restaurants are within a walking distance. No pets permitted.
The longest beach on the island. Free and spacious parking. Variety of facilities, as well as a beach cafe and a boat launch. Rocky bottom, so stay in your shoes.
Crystal-clear emerald water and a clean sand, perfect for Instagram photoshooting or snorkeling. Ample parking, located quite far from the beach. Well-kept facilities.
Popular tourist destination. Gets crowdy easily, so come early to grab a spot. Features a restaurant, bike racks, pavilions, playground and others. Wheelchair accessible.
Clear water makes it awesome for snorkeling and paddling. Provides all needed amenities. If you want to stay longer, you can book a condo nearby. Dogs aren't allowed.
A spectacularly beautiful quiet beach with sugar-white sand and emerald water, not crowded, plenty of parking, and all the necessary amenities in good condition.
Clothing-optional beach. Friendly atmosphere, lots of visitors are older people. Alcohol is prohibited, as well as any inappropriate behavior. Amenities are limited.
The oldest beach in the city. Plenty of amenities. The bottom gets deep fast, so it's risky for kids and non-swimmers. Come here for fishing, shelling or canoeing.