Best Beaches in Georgia

Sea Island

Luxurious resort with 5 miles of private beach, award-winning spa, golf courses, horseback riding, and sea turtle watching.

St. Simons Island

Georgia's largest barrier island offers beach activities, tree spirits, and cannonball jellyfish.

Cumberland Island

Go to Cumberland Island National Seashore, a secluded park in Georgia. Enjoy the beach, go hiking, look for fossils, and camp under the stars. 

Little St. Simons Island

Little St. Simons Island is a private island with a secluded beach, all-inclusive resort, and plenty of outdoor activities. 

Lake Lanier

Head to Lake Lanier for a beach day with endless activities, including a floating adventure course, a wave pool, and beaches. 

Jekyll Island

Jekyll Island is a beautiful state park with stunning coastline and iconic Driftwood Beach. Pack a camera and stay late to gaze at stars.

St. Catherines Island

St. Catherines Island is a historic island with a delicate ecosystem. Visitors can explore its untouched coastline and look for lemurs, which can only be seen in the wild on this island and Madagascar.

Sapelo Island

Sapelo Island is a barrier island with a rich history. Visit the village of Hog Hammock, the Sapelo Island Light, and Nannygoat Beach to learn about the island's past and enjoy its natural beauty.