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5 Tybee Island Gifts For Every Beach Bum

Need the perfect gift for the Tybee Island fan in your life? Let our ultimate gift guide help you find a present that will keep that special someone on Tybee Time all year ’round – and while you’re at it, pick up a thing or two for yourself!


Coconut Monkey Head from The Crab Shack

This iconic cup from one of Tybee Island’s most beloved outdoor restaurants is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face. Its design keeps drinks cool and is the perfect way to sip and stroll while visiting the island!


Zip Code Pouch from Seaside Sisters 

Larger than a change purse and smaller than a clutch, this zippered pouch will come in handy all year long. Tybee Island’s zip code is emblazoned on the front of the canvas pouch, so your loved one can always find their way back to their happy place.


Coastal Artwork from Tybee Cottage Art Gallery

Landlocked friends and family will love these punchy pieces of locally-made art for the holidays! Choose from scenes depicting nautical wildlife, seafood delicacies, nature and, of course, Tybee Island icons.


Tybee Fresh Aromatics from Kelly & Company

There’s nothing quite like the salty-sweet smell of ocean air. Luckily, you can smell Tybee Island from anywhere in the world with this local apothecary’s goodies! Choose from soaps, lotions, aroma mists and diffuser oils, or get a set for your homesick Tybee lover.


Tybee Sauce from Gerald’s Pig & Shrimp

With a slogan like, “Breeze Sweet, Beach Heat,” you know this sauce is good. Owner Gerald Shantz makes his famous sweet mango hot sauce from scratch and bottles it so that visitors and locals alike can have a taste of heaven from anywhere. Just think of it as a way to quench your Tybee Island cravings until you can come back for another visit!

jess_brannen_headshotJess Brannen is Visit Tybee’s Digital Content 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. 

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