One of 11 barrier islands hugging the coast of Georgia, St. Simons is around 18 miles long, with live oak trees dripping with Spanish moss and palm trees dotting the island. It definitely has a tropical feel and is a very appealing spot to visit. I’ve only been a few times, but I’m taking Mark back there in September and can’t wait to enjoy a romantic beach getaway with him. There’s plenty to do and see on the island, so let me take you along on the recent media trip I took down there in May.
If you’ve never been, I hope this will give you the travel bug to visit the coast of Georgia, a scenic and serene place to get away from it all. And for those of us in Atlanta, it can’t come soon enough!
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