A broad array of coastal pleasures is nestled amidst a magnificent natural setting of moss-draped live oaks, green-gold salt marsh and sandy beaches on St. Simons Island. Connected by a causeway to the mainland, this beguiling barrier island appeals to those who revel in the beauty and grace of the Georgia sea islands, but prefer diverse choices in lodging, restaurants, shopping and touring options.
It takes only a wee bit of imagination to connect the 21st century with St. Simons Island's landmarks of the past, such as the St. Simons's lighthouse and Fort Frederica or Christ Church. These landmarks bring alive the 4,000 year story of Indians, Spanish missionaries, English colonials, African slaves, ante-bellum planters and timber barons. It's all part of the St. Simons experience.
Although St Simons is the most extensively developed of the Georgia sea islands, the not-quite 20,000 residents and tens of thousands of visitors have left a discernible imprint on barely half of its 12,000 acres.
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