Golden Isles of Georgia

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Golden Isles of Georgia

  Along the Georgia coast lies a stretch of land that is like no other.  Here you will find centuries old oak trees draped with Spanish moss that line the streets and meet miles of sun drenched beaches. Vast marshlands, winding rivers, and plentiful natural and outdoor diversions beckon visitors who return for generations. This is  perhaps the best kept secret on the East Coast this is the Golden Isles of Georgia.
  Comprised of four unique barrier islands, St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Little St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island, each of the Golden Isles has its own charisma and personality for you to discover, and all are complemented by the mainland port city of Brunswick.
  It’s no secret that Georgia’s Golden Isles is something special. The area was recently named one of “Best Islands in the Continental U.S.” for the fifth consecutive year. On top of winning other coveted awards such as Lonely Planet’s “Top Ten Regions to Visit” and Family Travel’s “Best U.S. Islands for Families,” the Golden Isles has also won some unique accolades including Travel Channel’s “10 Best Dolphin  Sighting Destinations” and MSN’s “Spring Break Destinations to Escape the Crowds.”
  As the largest barrier island in the Golden Isles, St. Simons Island offers a unique landscape that creates the perfect backdrop for challenging golf courses, friendly inns and luxurious resorts. Complete with a variety of charming shops and restaurants, it’s no wonder St. Simons Island earned Southern Living’s “Best Vacation Spot in Every Southern State” and TripAdvisor’s “17 Beautiful Small Towns to Visit.”
  As the only resort in the world that has received four Forbes Five Star awards for eleven consecutive years, Sea Island is where luxury meets timeless tradition. Home to three exceptional 18 hole championship golf courses, Sea Island has long been a tradition for  family getaways filled with discovery and wonder for all ages. Experience the charm that makes Sea Island Resort one of U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 “Best Hotels in the USA.”
  Accessible only by boat, Little St. Simons Island is a privately owned island that can accommodate up to 32 guests at a time. So close by, yet worlds away, Little St. Simons Island transports its visitors to another world with its 11,000 undeveloped acres and seven miles of  private beaches. Explore untouched wilderness with knowledgeable naturalists kayak meandering rivers and inlets enjoy family style, garden to table cuisine and end each gorgeous day with a glass of wine and spectacular view from the Lodge. No matter what you try, it is clear that this private island sanctuary is like no other, earning Little St. Simons Island spots on Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards for eight consecutive years.
  Or visit Jekyll Island, a unique state park prized for its open wilderness and National Historic Landmark District. With unique beaches like the sun drenched, golden sand Glory Beach, it’s no wonder Jekyll Island topped Town and Country Magazine’s list of “15  Best East Coast Beaches.”
  The historic port city of Brunswick features iconic Victorian style homes and architecture. Many locally owned boutiques, distinguished galleries and up andcoming eateries line the main street ensconced with pocket parks and squares.
  Discover the untouched marshes and maritime forests, bask in the opulence of five star amenities and dining, and savor the once in a lifetime experiences and memories you create all along the way. Your visit is sure to be an extraordinary one and it’s guaranteed that you’ll want to return.

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