Sea Island Georgia Area Info

The true Southern charm and natural elegance of Sea Island and coastal lifestyle it affords will often turn visitors into proud homeowners. The appeal of owning a piece of Sea Island real estate is as much about the Island’s tradition and history as it is the luxurious lifestyle of this Golden Isles getaway.

In 1924, Howard Coffin, founder of the Hudson Motor Company, purchased the “Isle of the Palms.” This little piece of heaven is now known around the world as Sea Island, one of the islands that make up the area’s Golden Isles. Coffin wanted to create a private getaway on his island for the rich and famous. He focused his creative energy into building the Cloister, an intimate, exclusive private resort that offered visitors gourmet food, peaceful relaxation and exercise. The Cloister opened in 1928, attracting celebrities, political giants and influential figures of the early and mid-twentieth century such as Calvin Coolidge, John D. Rockefeller, Edsel Ford, Thomas Dewey, Eugene O’Neal and many others.

Sea Island Today

Today, Sea Island, Georgia is home to the PGA TOURS’s RSM Classic, high end resorts and one of the top five hotel spas in the Continental U.S. Celebrities, athletes, businessmen, political and world leaders still travel from far and wide to unwind and recreate in this luxurious destination. In 2004, President George W. Bush hosted the G8 Summit on the island.

“Find a Wealth of Romance & History to Charm Your Mind while Nature Mends Jaded Nerves.”

Explore the Island

Explore area activities for you and your family. Take a walk on the beach and see the historic Light House on St. Simons Island, or maybe take a day trip to Jekyll Island and visit Driftwood Beach. Historic sites, entertainment, shopping, and restaurants..the Golden Isles has it all!

Golden Isles beaches are a major draw for both residents and visitors to the island.  St. Simons Island has miles of beachfront for you to walk, bike, or relax on! Conveniently located across the island, find the perfect beach access for your trip to St. Simons Island. You can also enjoy the salt air and ocean views on Jekyll Island.

From the oldest church in Georgia, to a working lighthouse built in the 1800’s, St. Simons Island is rich with history. Brunswick dates back to the early 1700’s and was one of the five original ports of entry for the American colonies. On Sea Island, you can learn about the historic and commemorative oaks that distinguished guests plant on the grounds, starting in 1928 with President Calvin Coolidge. Visit the Golden Isles and Explore all the historical sites and attractions!

St. Simons Island and the Golden Isles offers a variety of dining options from upscale to outdoor barbecue, there is something for all tastes. With world renowned chefs and appearances on Food Network shows there are many exciting options for you, your family and friends to enjoy!