Savannah’s Beach, Tybee Island, is the perfect place to spend the holidays.
Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s is the perfect time to visit the low country area. “A beach day” in the middle of December is actually a pretty common occurrence on Tybee Island. If you need more reasons, to visit, check our pick for the top 5 reasons to visit Savannah and Tybee this Holiday season!
- Bring your whole family together!
Tybee Island is a small community with many rentals options to choose from. Whether you are looking to have everyone under one roof, or have your family choose their own island retreat. Oceanfront Cottage Rentals will have the rental for you.
- There is something for everyone to do!
Let’s face it not everyone in your family is going to want to do the same thing. This fact is what makes a visit to Tybee Island even more perfect. Savannah is perfect for family members that love to shop, enjoy the nightlife or a historic tour. Tybee is perfect for family members that love the beach, fishing, kayak excursions or simply a beach swing with a book.
- The Perfect Weather!
The weather is usually in the 70’s during the day with cooler evenings. With average ocean water temperature being around 72 degrees, it is still warm enough to take a dip. It seems as though everywhere you turn is the perfect backdrop for a family photo!
- The Delicious Food!
Food is the “glue of the holidays”. Savannah and Tybee Island are known as a foodies treasure. Most of our Tybee Rentals are fully equipped with everything you need to prepare a meal, but the locally owned restaurants are also recommended. Skip the check out lines and have your groceries delivered from one of the local grocery stores. Order Groceries here.
- Make it a Tradition!
Whether it is already a tradition to visit Tybee Island, or you are looking to start a new one, make a holiday vacation to Tybee a must! Savannah’s Beach, Tybee Island is filled with so much to experience, and always has something going on. Take the stress out of the holidays and fill it with a tradition! This holiday season we invite you to join us in the Low country and remember what is most important…each other!