Springtime on the Georgia Coast

Posted By Tybee Vacation Rentals / January 15, 2019 / Staying on Tybee / 0 Comments

Springtime on the Georgia Coast

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Get ready to enjoy sunshine and good times on your next vacation to Tybee Island, Ga, and Savannah, Ga. Make yourself at home in one of our spacious properties and prepare for sunny skies, pleasant breezes, parades, festivals, and low country cuisine! Both cities will have you wondering if life could be any prettier!

Savannah in springtime is an alluring scene. The shrubs and trees are laden with bright, beautiful azaleas and the warm and sunny weather invites you to participate in the springtime festivals and parades. Join the locals in the timeless Savannah Music Festival and the cultural St. Patrick’s Day Parade.  View the Savannah River shimmering in the glow of the sun from the deck of the Georgia Queen. Take a step back in time with a stroll down Historic River Street and discover the beauty of the antebellum hospitality in the hostess city of the South.

 

You’ll also enjoy socializing with the locals during your stay on Tybee Island. Visit the local restaurants and enjoy the very best cuisine the Georgia Coast has to offer. Sit along the shoreline of the Atlantic and view the cobalt sky leaning towards the horizon, while listening to the beach waves crash on the jetties. On Tybee, there’s something for everyone, so bring your family and get ready for good times with the colorful Mardi Gras parade and the 17th annual Tybee Irish Heritage Parade. After your experience on this island, you’ll want to stretch your vacation days and stay a little longer.

Visit our specials page and book directly through Tybee Vacation Rentals for your next vacation. Need some assistance planning your trip? Call one of our local vacation planners, they’ll help link your vacation needs with our current specials to ensure the best vacation possible!

For more information about springtime events and happenings, visit our facebook page!

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