Georgia’s Coast features two distinct areas, the 100-mile stretch of coast known as the Golden Isles, and Savannah, where old world charm meets modern living. Dotted by famous barrier islands like St. Simons and Sea Island, the Golden Isles frequently turns vacationers into full-time residents. Meanwhile, Savannah’s historic sites, renowned restaurants and proximity to beaches make it a pleasure to call home.
Less developed than its neighbors, locals love the slower — and friendlier pace — that is offered in the port city of Brunswick, GA and the four nearby barrier islands…
Who doesn’t love a good story? Savannah’s rich history lends itself to legends and tall tales, and several important writers have called Savannah home, including Flannery O’Connor, Conrad Aiken and…
Dubbed “The Forest City” for its gorgeous live oaks, Savannah is a rich combination of fine dining, relaxed atmosphere, and beautiful landscapes. Here are a few reasons locals and tourists continue…