Georgia’s coastal playgrounds are found on solid land and barrier islands stretching from the historic town of Savannah Georgia to the Saint Marys River. The river is Georgia’s southeastern border with Florida. Its saltwater and freshwater tidal flow goes into the Cumberland Sound. Georgia’s fine sand beaches and historic beach towns entice vacationers with exciting maritime history and visual beauty.
Approximately one hundred miles long, the Georgia coast offers travelers ample opportunities for sightseeing and recreation. Clapboard cottages with Victorian trim, docks and fishing boats, island retreats, historic sites and natural beauty make this a very unique vacation experience. The lush landscape has cypress, pine, magnolia and river birch. A wide range of wildlife make this exquisite habitat their home: osprey, bald eagle, manatee, otter, beaver, awesome black bear, bobcat, and alligator.
The Georgia coastal islands have been described by some as a paradise and they include Tybee Island, St. Simons, Sea Island, Jekyll Island, and Cumberland Island. OurTownRentals.com has a unique collection of Georgia cottages offered by owners looking to vacation on the beautiful Georgia coast.