Let’s all wave goodbye to another summer! Pack away the pool toys and sunscreen, start pulling out boots and sweaters and head out for some Pumpkin Spice anything. There’s a chill in the air and a strong desire to spend days outdoors. Make plans to spend your days lounging in the sand on Tybee Island. Keep reading for 5 reasons to visit Tybee Island in the Fall.
1. Our Amazing Sunsets
At the end of every day take a moment to witness our amazing sunsets. Claim your spot in the sand, kick off your shoes, and let the stress of the workweek float away. Take a moment to take in the view, slow down, relax and renew. There are many places to catch Tybee’s amazing sunset: Tybee’s Back River Beach, Tybee Island’s Lighthouse, AJ’s Dockside Restaurant, or Coco’s Sunset Grill.
2. No Crowds
Peak season is a busy time on the island. People from all over the world come to enjoy sunny days and Summer waves. The local shops are bustling with business and the parking lots are filled with vacationers. As Summer turns into Fall, the crowds thin out and a cool breeze sweeps over the island. Fall is the time to enjoy quiet walks on the beach, and available parking!
3. Travel Deals
Who doesn’t appreciate a good travel deal? As Tybee Island’s peak travel season comes to an end, travel prices begin to fall! Vacation homes are more affordable, and you can even add a special offer! Grab your family and/or closest friends and enjoy some Tybee Time! Don’t forget to Book Direct to avoid the inflated OTA (online travel agency) fees.
4. Perfect Weather
Fall weather on the beach is amazing! The air is cooler, the leaves on the trees are bright Fall colors, and the water temperature on the beach is perfect! Mild island temperatures = perfect hammock weather! Imagine lounging in a backyard hammock, sipping on a cocktail, listening to your favorite playlist. You can do that here! Follow this link to discover vacation homes with hammocks.
5. Live Like a Local
Have you ever wondered what life on Tybee is like? Fall is the perfect time to discover the local lifestyle. Rent a bike and cycle around the island. Venture into local shops and stores. Grab a fishing rod and catch some local fish. Spark up a conversation with a stranger and enjoy the moment!