Savannah/Hilton Head International (SAV) airport provides air service to Historic District Savannah, Hilton Head Island, the Low Country, as well as the Golden Isles and the entire Georgia & South Carolina Coastal Region. The following offers tourism-related information to help you plan your trip to these areas. We hope you will visit soon!
Savannah, Georgia is both hip and historic, robust and refined. Where history resonates into the present day and where memories are still being made. Come see how extraordinary a city can be.
Tybee Island, also known as Savannah’s Beach, is an easily accessible barrier island located just 18 miles away from the Hostess City of the South, historic Savannah, Georgia. Savannah’s Beach is an amazing tourist destination that has something to offer every vacationer. Rich in both history and natural beauty, Tybee Island is also famous for its diverse cuisine, excellent accommodations and a variety of exciting recreational activities.
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina is known as the most family-friendly destination in the world. Offering an assortment of outdoor excursions and also named as one of the top 10 family beaches in the country, the Island is the best family destination for a beach vacation or getaway. Experience Hilton Head’s infinite opportunities and make your Island vacation an unforgettable one.
Tucked into narrow interlocking streets and adorned by natural foliage and centuries-old, moss-draped live oak trees, the Beaufort, South Carolina area is one of the focal points of the city’s historic district and is best viewed with a professional guide, either walking, by horse-drawn carriage or touring van. Additionally, fine homes from the Civil War era can be found in the eastern portion of town, many with unrivaled water views.
Bluffton, South Carolina was settled, as its name suggests, on a bluff overlooking the meandering May River about 30 miles north of Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. One of the fastest growing cities in the United States, Bluffton grew by over 850% between the 2000 and 2010 censuses and as of 2019 boasts a population of 21,000.
Nestled on the Georgia coast, midway between Savannah, GA, and Jacksonville, FL, lies the mainland city of Brunswick and its four beautiful barrier islands: St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Little St. Simons Island, and Jekyll Island. Pristine stretches of marshland, punctuated by small islands known as hammocks, define the breathtaking landscape and create the appearance of a continuous stretch of land reaching out to the barrier islands.
Located just five miles south of Beaufort, South Carolina, Parris Island is a small, undeveloped island that boasts sandy beaches, deep-water creeks, and marshes. This particular island is unlike any other destination in the area — it is the location of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island. This world-famous military base trains thousands of marine recruits each year.
Natural beauty meets modern luxury at The Sea Pines Resort on Hilton Head Island. The Sea Pines Resort is a 5,000-acre oceanfront oasis where visitors unwind and disconnect with stunning accommodations, endless recreation activities on land and at sea, and award-winning dining options.
Welcome to Georgia’s official tourism website, including great travel ideas and trip planning tools. All you need to find great vacation experiences, places to stay, activities and dining in Georgia is at your fingertips. We’ve pulled together information about events, attractions, special offers, hotels, bed and breakfasts, inns and restaurants all in one place.
Discover South Carolina
Discover more fun under the sun on the South Carolina coast. From the Grand Strand to Hilton Head Island, the coastal region of the Palmetto State is filled with sandy white beaches, historic cities, fresh-off-the-boat seafood and world-class golf courses.