Behold in the Golden Isles
In the Golden Isles, there lies a pristine world of untouched marshlands, sun-kissed sands and sweeping live oaks. Life here beholds you, forever etched in dreams.
Along the Georgia coast, midway between Savannah, GA and Jacksonville, FL, lies a stretch of land that is like no other. With four beautiful barrier islands, St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island and Little St. Simons Island, and a historic port city, Brunswick, the Golden Isles of Georgia welcomes you to streets lined with centuries-old oak trees draped with Spanish moss and miles of sun-drenched beaches.
Pristine stretches of marshes define the breathtaking landscape and create the appearance of a continuous stretch of land reaching out to the barrier islands. Each of the five unique locations offers a memorable setting, a variety of activities, and an inherent tranquility.
How to Get Here
Traveling to the Golden Isles has never been more convenient. Whether you choose to arrive by car or by plane or even by boat, you won't feel as though you've left home; you'll feel as though you're coming home.
If you're planning a Georgia coast road trip, Interstate 95 provides easy access to the Golden Isles, as do U.S. highways 341 and 17. Take advantage of direct daily flights from Atlanta into the Brunswick-Golden Isles Airport, where you can leave the bustle of city life and have your toes in the sand in just under an hour. Private flights can be accommodated at both the St. Simons Island Airport and the Jekyll Island Airport.
Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, just about an hour to our north, provides ample opportunities for additional commercial flights arriving along the Georgia coast. Jacksonville International Airport, an hour to our south, is another popular option.
With the ease of traveling to the Golden Isles, you can spend more time being here and less time getting here.