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Vacation Rental Price Information in Tybee Island
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in Tybee Island. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in August (8/24 - 8/31), where prices hit an average of $330 a night. The week with the lowest average prices is in February (2/23 - 3/2).
Rental Availability Information in Tybee Island
Find out the percentage of available rentals in Tybee Island with the graph above. The week with the highest booking rate is in February (2/8 - 2/15). Only 34% of the rentals are still available. It will be easy to find a rental that suits you in a week of April (4/27 - 5/4), as 89% of the rentals are still available.
The Weather in Tybee Island
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. On average, the warmest month is July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is May.
Tybee Island vacation rentals for the perfect island getaway
Known as Savannah’s Beach, Tybee Island is a barrier island 18 miles from Savannah, Georgia. The island, surrounded by a long stretch of beach with an abundance of nooks and crannies, is an unpretentious paradise, perfect for a laid-back family vacation. You can enjoy fishing, exploring, swimming or just taking long walks along the beach. Tybee Island’s serene ambience gives you a new lease of life. A Tybee Island vacation rental will make your vacation that much more special.
How to get to Tybee Island?
There are two airports in a 30-mile radius - Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport and Hilton Head Airport. It is faster to use the Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport if you have booked your stay at your vacation home on Tybee Island and are flying in. About 25 airlines serve the airport including Delta and American. It is a 45-minute drive to Tybee Island on the US-80 E route.
At the airport you can either hire a cab or rent a car. Renting gives you more independence while staying in your Tybee Island vacation rental as you can drive around exploring by yourself, any time.
If you enjoy road trips and are driving to Tybee Island from out-of-state then you can either come via I-95 (north/south) or I-16 (east/west). They both intersect in Savannah and it is only a 20-minute drive from there to Tybee Island.
There is also an Amtrak train station about 17 miles from the Tybee Island city center if you prefer the train, and there's even a Greyhound Bus Line station on Tybee Island itself.
The best time to visit Tybee Island
The weather on Tybee Island is beautiful throughout the year. It experiences mild temperatures during fall and winter, but it may get a bit cold in January.
Tybee Island is most beautiful during spring time, with all the flowers bloom. Summers are warm with a cool breeze blowing in from the Atlantic, providing a welcome relief.
Things to see and do in Tybee Island
Tybee Island has three beaches facing the ocean and two river beaches. The South Beach is most popular with its soft sand, family-friendly atmosphere with lifeguards and many restaurants, bars, and hotels.
The Mid Beach is quieter, and is the perfect place to unwind, as the almost-empty beach gives you a sense of privacy.
Vacation rentals at the North Beach offer access to the Tybee Island Lighthouse, which provides awe-inspiring views of the beach and ocean. It may be a bit daunting if you have a fear of heights and perhaps is impractical for kids, but it is great for lighthouse enthusiasts. There is also a museum across from the lighthouse. North Beach is the closest beach to Savannah if you want to get into town.
Savannah River Beach and the Back River Beach are both excellent places to enjoy beautiful sunsets, spot dolphins, and do a little fishing. The waves are calm, making it perfect for younger kids.
If you are looking to do some exploring, you can rent kayaks or paddle boards and have an adventure in the marshes with or without a guide. You can also go deep sea fishing on a private charter or opt for dolphin tours.
You can spend a leisurely evening on a sunset cruise or take a leisurely stroll along the beach. If you are with your kids, don’t miss the Tybee Beach Ecology Trip to learn more about the local flora and fauna. Kids will love this innovative and fun trip.
A bit of culture and heritage to enrich your family vacation
A trip to the Fish Art Gallerie is mandatory. It is unlike any art gallery you have ever visited before. It is filled with remarkably creative art pieces produced by local artists, made out of recycled material. It's innovative and fresh, and there is always something special for everybody.
Your Tybee Island vacation rental will entice you to extend your trip and take in a bit of history. Just head to the Historic District in Savannah and explore the quaint old homes, shops and even stop by a pub.
Tybee Island Visitor Center can also provide a lot of information on places to visit and their histories, so make sure to stop by.
Nightlife and events around Tybee Island
If you are on Tybee Island during St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, you have to go into Savannah; it is an experience you cannot miss which takes going green to a whole new level, literally.
The nightlife on the island is tame, which makes renting a vacation home on Tybee Island a peaceful experience. Bars like Doc’s Bar and Wet Willie’s offer live music, inexpensive drinks, and a laid-back ambience while the latter is about the wide array of mixed drinks.
Striking scenes at Tybee Island
Georgia's smallest lighthouse lies on an islet covered by oyster shells, marsh grass and water at high tide. Closed to the public, it is still viewable from a lookout point and is very photogenic.
Tybee Island Marine Science Center
The intimate science center features a touch tank where you can handle snails, baby horseshoe crabs, sand dollars and more, assisted by the knowledgeable staff.
Tybee Island Beach
A half-hour drive from Savannah, this beach attracts visitors with its soothing ocean views and tranquil atmosphere. There are shops, restaurants and other amenities nearby.
Tybee Island Lighthouse Museum
This historic museum brings Tybee Island's history to life, including exhibits on Native American settlements and World War II-era history. The charming lighthouse is also one of America's most intact.
Fort Pulaski National Monument
This national historic site features informative exhibits and well-marked signs. A fascinating slice of American military history, architecture and design awaits.
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