Tybee Island is located 20 minutes from downtown Savannah - so soak up the sun, hit the surf and knock these hotspots off your list!
This quaint, sunny barrier island is home to more than three miles of charming beaches, perfect for watching sunrises, swimming, playing in the surf, strolling for seashells and building sandcastles.
Tybee Island Light Station and Museum
Climb Georgia’s oldest and tallest lighthouse. Make reservations for a special sunset tour!
Paddle the salt marsh estuaries and see Georgia wildlife up close like dolphins, turtles and ospreys with Aqua Dawg Kayak Rentals & Tours or Sea Kayak Georgia.
Hook snapper, grouper, flounder and more with Marshland Inshore Fishing or Reel 'Em N Deep Sea Fishing. Got your own pole and bait? Head to the Tybee Pier to cast a line.
Tybee’s famous for its ice-cold beers and innovative, beach-inspired cocktails. Start the afternoon with Bernie’s Bloody Mary in a jar, chill out with Wet Willie’s Attitude Improvement or keep it tropical with a Frozen Pineapple Cocolada from Fannie’s on the Beach.
Fresh Catch of the Day
Local shrimp doesn’t have to travel very far to end up on a plate at Bubba Gumbo’s. Perched on Lazaretto Creek, this seafood shack features heavenly fried and steamed fare that’s perfect for sharing. For unique twists on traditional seafood, stop by Salt Island Fish & Beer.
Sail the Sea
Harness the wind via a private sailing charter or lessons with Compass Sailing. Captain Steve Horton offers charters via Zingara, a 38-foot sailing yacht, and SV Zingara, a 38-foot Morgan 284.
Go on a Dolphin Tour
Hop aboard and enjoy a cruise with unforgettable views. Captain Derek’s Dolphin Adventure and Captain Mike's Dolphin Tours offers daytime and sunset dolphin tours, as well as private and group tours.