The Golden Isles of Georgia Holidays
The Golden Isles of Georgia is a group of four barrier islands on the 100-mile-long coast of Georgia. They include St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island, and Little St. Simons Island. They are part of the Sea Islands.
Since the American Civil War all the islands except for Little St. Simons Island have become upscale and exclusive resorts frequented by some of the wealthiest and most influential individuals in America.
Jekyll Island is Georgia's smallest barrier island at 5,700 acres and offers a unique combination of rich history
In 1911, Howard Coffin, the owner of the Hudson Motor Company, bought a piece of land on nearby
During the plantation era, Saint Simons became a centre of cotton production, notably Sea Island Cotton. Nearly the entire island was
Little St. Simons Island is a private island recognized for its untouched natural beauty, and gracious hospitality.