6. For those who enjoy quiet beaches, check out the North Beach and Back River Beach. - @buttonsandstitches
Each of our beaches have their own personality. Back River Beach and North Beach are certainly the quietest and are perfect for those looking to relax to the sounds of the water.
7. Should be a given, but don't litter. Pick up your garbage! No glass on the beach. - Tybee Local
Help keep our beaches clean! Our motto: only leave your footprints. Recycling bins are located at most beach crossovers. If action is more your style, sign up for a beach cleanup on your visit! The Tybee Beach Clean Volunteers organize weekly beach cleanups.
8. Eat at the Breakfast Club! - @mamabearcasey
Brunch is a weekend ritual on Tybee Island. The Breakfast Club offers a full-diner experience laced with a unique history (think JFK Jr.) and enthusiastic line cooks (tips may get you a surprise musical thank you). If you plan to dine there, be sure to arrive before 1pm and be prepared to wait in line. Don't worry, it moves fast!
9. Check out the Tybee Post Theater. Great little venue and some amazing shows throughout the year. - JoAnn W.
The Tybee Post Theater is located within the Fort Screven district and is chock-full of history. Check their calendar of events for upcoming shows, performances and concerts. Tybee tip: their concession stand serves up beer and wine!
10. Stay at least 2 or 3 days to really see how cool of a place it is. - @th3truepun1sh3r
Visitors often say that no matter the length of time on Tybee, it's never enough. If your trip allows for it, plan to spend a few days to really immerse yourself in the island lifestyle.