Welcome to the Golden Isles Convention and Visitor Bureau's Blog!
This first blog post welcomes you to our newly redesigned website. Whether a first-time or seasoned visitor to the Golden Isles, we created this website with you in mind. Please use Goldenisles.com to plan your stay for a weekend, a week or a lifetime. In addition, this website will guide you through all the Golden Isles has to offer with ease and is your only Official Tourism site for Glynn County, Georgia. Our new website is viewable, not only on your desktop and laptop computer, but also on tablet computers and all mobile devices for your convenience.
The Golden Isles include four barrier islands – Jekyll Island, St. Simons Island, Little St. Simons Island and Sea Island – and the historic port city of Brunswick. If you're unfamiliar with each area, visit the Discover Golden Isles section of our website to learn about each of the regions and what they offer. For additional tools to plan your visit, browse the Places to Stay, Festivals & Events, Things to Do, Heritage & Culture and Food & Drink sections.
Once you have learned about what the Golden Isles has to offer, the Plan Your Trip section features details such as how to get here, climate and weather to expect during your stay and other useful local services. There are comprehensive attractions and business listings throughout the website which display Google Maps showing you the exact location and providing directions to a hotel, restaurant or historical site.
All the pages throughout the new website can be shared on various social media platforms. Connect on Facebook, Twitter and FourSquare to find current promotions, events and to interact with both locals and visitors. Check out YouTube for fun, informative videos. Visit Flickr to view gorgeous Golden Isles photos taken by amateur and professional photographers, and even post your own photos.
In addition to a new website, you may notice that the Golden Isles' logo and branding has also been redesigned. Our new logo is an iconic moss-draped oak tree on a wavy base to convey both land and water. We hope you enjoy the NEW Goldenisles.com website and find it a valuable resource when planning your next trip to Georgia's Golden Isles and even once you are here. The new website will be updated daily by local businesses and the Golden Isles Convention & Visitors Bureau, so check back often for the latest events, special offers, photos, videos and more.
We will continually improve upon Goldenisles.com based on your feedback, so please feel free to contact us using the contact form link at the bottom of each page.