Tybee Island Beach Blog

Tybee Island Travel Blog

Discover Tybee Island’s travel blog connects all visitors to the island on what is new and happening on Tybee Island and in the surrounding Savannah area. Our travel blog features some really great sights and sounds, events, festivals and things to do, delicious food and drink from local restaurants, as well as some of the best places to shop or dance the night away. Read through Discover Tybee Island’s travel blog so you and your family can discover the best ways to make the most of your next trip to the South’s best little beach town!

Discover Tybee

Sargassum Seaweed is Back on Tybee

Tybee’s Sargassum Event 2018 There is something happening on Tybee’s beach right now that only occurs occasionally every few years.  The last time it happened on Tybee was in 2012. 

Tybee Business Spotlight

Mermaid Cottages on Tybee Island

Tybee Island Business Spotlight: Mermaid Cottages Boasting a comfortable climate, coastal beauty and a close-knit community, Tybee Island is the ideal beach town. This charming isle features five pristine beaches, vast biodiversity


Mermaid Fest Hits Tybee’s Beach This Weekend!

The 1st Annual Tybee Island Mermaid Fest will take Tybee’s shores by storm this weekend. Organized by Savannah Pride, Mermaid Fest will officially open the Tybee Island beach season and is expected to


Mark Your Calendars for LattiePalooza 2018!

On April 7 & 8, Latitude 32 will be celebrating 10 years with LattiePalooza 2018! There will have bands on the deck at Huc-A-Poo’s, discounts at Latitude 32, special 10th anniversary shirts, and more!


14th Annual Tybee Turtle Trot 5K Beach Run

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 5, 2018Brenda MarionBrenda@tybeemarinescience.org912.786-5917 The 14th Annual Tybee Turtle Trot 5K Beach Run and Turtle Release to be Held April 28 TYBEE ISLAND, Ga. – Tybee Island will host the 14th Annual

Day Trips from Tybee

On & Off Again Old Savannah Tours

Visiting Savannah for the first time can be overwhelming. Savannah’s Historic District encompasses over two square miles, and nearly every building in the district has a story to tell. Fortunately, there’s a