Tybee Island, also known as Savannah Beach, is a vacationer’s paradise rich with history, natural beauty, diverse cuisine and excellent attractions. Beautiful Georgian vacation rentals line the Atlantic shoreline – from modern villas and spacious beach rentals to quaint clapboard cottages. Feel the southern heritage overflowing from Savannah, just 20 minutes west.
Tybee beach rentals offer watersports, fishing, sailing and snorkeling right out your back door. Miles of beach and picturesque sights leave travelers in awe of this wonderful oasis. Days on Tybee Island are as active, or lazy, as mood demands. Vacation rentals inland place you in a cultural mecca, with attractions like the Old Savannah Trolley Tours, the famous Tybee Pier, dozens of local shops, boutiques and restaurants, plus trails for hiking.
It’s no wonder condo rentals are frequently occupied by celebrities. Paula Deen – Savannah resident and famous southern cuisine chef – has a home for rent here. Browse Tybee’s vacation rentals and see first hand why the island was named one of the “Top 10 City Beaches in America.
Museums and historical landmarks surround the vacation rentals on Tybee Island. Spend a day educating the kids in the popular Fort Screven Historic District, home of the century-old Tybee Post Theatre. Walk through the Tybee Museum for close-up views of Revolutionary War-era cannons. The biggest draw is the magnificent 207-year old Tybee Island Light Station. Condo rentals neighboring nearby Cockspur Island offer a historical treat in the Fort Pulaski National Monument from the American Civil War era.
Beach rentals off of famed Tybrisa Street offer the spectacular views from the Tybee Pier and Pavilion that locals and tourists alike have come to adore. Complete with picnic tables, snack bars, public dances and musical performances.
Beach rentals provide aquatic fun for the whole family with watersports like kayaking, paddleboarding and jet skiing. Take a deep sea fishing charter with Captain Mike, watch the dolphins surf the waves off of Captain Derek’s vessel or enjoy a romantic evening sunset cruise with Miss Judy. Stay in a condo rental for a few hours and you’ll notice the eclectic modes of transportation on the island. Traditional bikers and pedicabs share the roads with dune buggies and eco-friendly, electric “Island Hoppers” and “Tybee Cruisers.”
Tybee Island isn’t just a beach, either. Kids will enjoy the numerous playgrounds scattered around the suburb, just steps from your vacation rental. The sporty vacationers will love the soccer fields, tennis courts and basketball courts.
Tybee’s shopping scene is known for it’s authentic local. From gift shops to grocery stores, you won’t find any big name brands here. Impress by the décor and furnishings of your condo rental? There’s a good chance it was bought at Seaside Sisters, the island’s renowned home and lifestyle shop. Hall of Frames is Tybee Island’s exquisite fine arts gallery, boasting fun and clever artworks and souvenirs.
Beach rentals and vacation rentals on Tybee Island expose guests to more than 30 privately owned restaurants serving up fresh seafood and southern fair. How about dining next to an alligator pond (fenced, of course) or exotic bird area at the Crab Shack? Enjoy some of the island’s best views during dinner at Coco’s Sunset Grille, or line up at The Breakfast Club for mouth-watering omelets and southern grits. Grab some local produce and fresh fish for a home-cooked family dinner in your spacious condo rental while the sun sets out the window.
Tybee Island is a magical place, where old history meets new-age entertainment and attractions. Relax in a breezy beach rental as you stroll down the famous Pier, or set up base in one of Tybee’s quaint condo rentals near hiking trails, parks and historical monuments. TripAdvisor Vacation Rentals has the best deals and specials on all Tybee Island properties.