Best Vacation Home Deals on St. Simons
Compare and find the perfect rental for as little as $65 per night by exploring the 1,374 options being offered in Saint Simons Island. By comparing these accommodations, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices as well as the most popular properties in Saint Simons Island.
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Price and Availability Index Saint Simons Island
Vacation Rental Price Information on St. Simons
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night on St. Simons. The most expensive dates to travel to Saint Simons Island are in February (2/16 - 2/23). You can find some of the best deals during a week of November (11/17 - 11/24). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Rental Availability Information on St. Simons
Find out the percentage of available rentals on St. Simons with the graph above. Be careful if you plan to go to Saint Simons Island in July, as it comprises the busiest week of the next 12 months (7/21 - 7/28). More accommodations are available in a week of December (12/1 - 12/8) as the booking rate is only 13%.
The Weather on St. Simons
Check out the climate diagram for Saint Simons Island. July is the warmest month of the year on St. Simons with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 89°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. It may rain 15 days in August while it typically rains only 5 days in May.
Uncover Georgia's secrets with a vacation home on St. Simons
Unique cottages on St. Simons are the perfect place to spend your vacation. Discover a peaceful yet exciting island full of activities to take part in and nature to explore. Take a boat trip to Little Saint Simons and discover an even more remote natural paradise, or simply relax in your vacation home and watch the sun sparkle on the water.
History and heritage on Saint Simons
Find Fort Frederica, on the northern end of the island, and gain a fascinating insight into the Island's role during the Civil War. Peer inside the eerie original slave cabins at Hamilton Plantation at Gascoigne Bluff and come face to face with their shocking history. If you enjoy music, visit Saint Simons Island in the summer to enjoy contemporary culture at Jazz in the Park and Rhythm on the River.
Find and explore the historic Christ Church
Check out atmospheric Christ Church, cloistered by old oak woods. Not only is this one of the island's most memorable historic buildings, but it is home to a vibrant church-going community. Regular choral events are enjoyable whether you participate in church services or not, and church events welcome everyone.
There's much to do on Saint Simons Island
Ancient driftwood in fantastical shapes litter this idyllic island's shore. See if you can spot the sea turtles that swim in its waters. Discover enclaves of verdant green, where you can enjoy total tranquillity, far from the 'real world.' Every path leads to oaks curtained in Spanish Moss, enchanting marshland or dreamy beaches.
Sea Island is just about as elegant as beach living gets. Enjoy the gleaming facilities at championship golf courses or go horseback riding along the beach. Make a splash and try your hand at any and all available watersports.
Little St. Simons
11,000 acres of natural landscapes and seven miles of sandy beaches reward visitors to Little St. Simons. You'll need a boat to get here, and it's well worth the journey. Discover untouched landscapes of glittering marshland and ancient oak trees decorated with moss, but most importantly, uncover a slower pace of life.
At one point, Gascoigne Bluff was the first landing area for ships entering the harbor. It was inhabited by indigenous people long before Europeans arrived in the area. It is crowned by magnificent oak trees, some of which were used to build the Brooklyn Bridge in 1874.
St. Simons Island Light
At the southern edge of St. Simons is a stunning lighthouse that warns ships of the sandbars in St. Simons Sound. The original was built in 1810, and was destroyed during the Civil War to force Confederate soldiers to abandon the area. The current lighthouse emits four beams of light and a strong flash every minute.
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