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Georgia's Quiet Gems

Just one hour south of Savannah, you will discover the most gorgeos barrier islands. Jekyll Island, St. Simons Island, Little St. Simons Island, and Sea Island. As you begin to discover, this part of Georgia, you will feel like you are a world away.

Are you ready to switch up your yearly beach destination? Is it Panama City Beach every year? Maybe it's Ocean City or Sandy Point, if you are an North Eastern local. Is it time for a bit more rustic and removed? It is time to make My Next Adventure in Georgia.

As you drive an hour south of Savannah you will discover gorgeous scenery, sandy beaches, and wildlife full peaceful marshes.

St. Simons Island has beautiful beaches and amazing restaurants. Do you want some delicious locally caught shrimp? You will find this southern cusine on St. Simons Island. You can find an Airbnb on this beautiful Island from 117.00 to 900.00 a night.

Here is an example: Cottage in St. Simons

Make sure you visit Neptune Park and the St. Simons lighthouse. You are going to find so many laid back things to do!

What about My Next Adventure taking place on Jekyll Island? 30 minutes from St. Simons you will find Jekyll Island. There is so much to see and do in a very layed back way! Jekyll Island is nearly 5,500 acres. It is all island. You will find 10 miles of gorgeous shoreline. The cool thing... only 35% of the island is developed. The rest is protected land. Don't forget to visit the Horton House or take a bike ride over 20 miles of bike paths. Biking is considered the best way to get around this Island.

You will find the Georgia Sea Turtle Center a great place to visit with the kids. Don't forget to visit Driftwood Beach for star gazing. It will not disappoint. Make sure you go at low tide. Don't miss Great Dunes Park and their vast expanse of trail systems.

Is it time to switch up that summer beach spot? This is it. The Golden Isles is just the place. You can stay in a family friendly Airbnb or Inn or a historic hotel. Are you more of the rustic camping type? How about an all-inclusive eco-lodge on Little St. Simons Island? There is truly so much to choose from in this quiet gem of a place called the Georgia Islands.