Ring In The New Year On Tybee Island
There’s no better way to turn a new leaf than by creating a new tradition. With these festivities, you’re sure to set the tone for an exciting year to come. Count down the new year with your toes in the sand on Tybee Island with this fabulous New Year’s Eve guide!
Where to Stay
Ring in the new year in comfy island digs! For a cozy and intimate vacay, go for a B&B. Beachview Bed and Breakfast is closest to Downtown Tybee, and Lighthouse Inn is a great choice for a more private locale.
For a true island feel, book your stay at Hotel Tybee. Oceanfront views, luxurious guest rooms with plush bedding and a central location will make you feel like a million bucks.
If you’re craving an island getaway all your own, rent one of the island’s sweet vacation homes. Make memories in Tybee Vacation Rentals’ colorful abodes and feel just like a local as you soak in the mild temperatures on gorgeous southern porches.
Where to Eat
Treat yourself this New Year’s Eve with a luxurious taste of coastal living. Tybee’s restaurants boast menus of fresh-caught seafood and craft cocktails served in the laid-back atmosphere you’d expect from a barrier island. Sunsets are even more gorgeous when enjoyed from the dock at CoCo’s Sunset Grille, and the bands at North Beach Grill will strike up a tune to get you out of your seat.
Where to Play
Tybee Island takes their celebrations seriously. This New Year’s Eve, grab a blanket and hold your loved one close as you enjoy the largest fireworks show in the southeastern U.S.! Is there anything more romantic than a fiery night sky and a midnight kiss on the beach?
On New Years Day, run alongside thousands of visitors and locals as you dive into the brisk Atlantic Ocean. The Annual Tybee Island Polar Plunge is a can’t-miss tradition that’s sure to get your year started right! Register and get your tickets here.
Jess Brannen is Visit Tybee’s Social Media Coordinator. She graduated from Armstrong State University with her BA in English and Professional Communications. Jess is a Savannah native and loves playing with Sir Charles Barkley, her neurotic golden retriever, and watching reruns of Martha Stewart’s cooking shows while eating chocolate.