Local Guide 

 

We want your vacation to be a memorable experience.  StayTybee Vacation Rentals has an onsite Vacation Information Center and Concierge Service that is here to help you with anything you need while on Tybee Island or Savannah.




 
 


 

Where to Eat on Tybee!

Tybee Island is home to more than 30 privately-owned restaurants serving up seafood, American, island cuisine, southern favorites and even exotic, eclectic fare. Youll find that this is the kind of town where tourists and locals alike ditch the heels and Dockers in favor of flip-flops and topsiders and enjoy their meals in some of the most laid-back waterside restaurant-bars around. So put on that swimsuit, enjoy a day in the sun and surf but dont forget to bring your appetite! Your mouth will be watering as you take a look through our Tybee restaurants list and find just the right spot for you and the family to savor a meal that is just right!

See & Do

Tybee is the kind of place where visitors can kick off their shoes, let their hair down and exhale. Its also the kind of place where kids can ride their bikes to a local ice cream parlor and where families can spend quality time together.

Shopping on Tybee!

Tybee hosts and array of shopping options for our locals and visitors. From art galleries and shops to pick up gifts for those back home, to traditional beach shops, sporting goods shops, convenience stores and a grocery store. Forgot to pack something, want some snacks for your room or beach rental, or want to buy something to remind you of your time on Tybee? Weve got you covered.

Transportation

Getting around historic Savannah and Tybee Island is a breeze.

Wedding Information

Tybee Island is a beautiful place to hold a wedding or special event. Even though the . beach is public, there are many guidelines that need to be followed in order to preserve its natural splendor. To ensure that you have the best possible event, please follow and obey these laws and guidelines.

Emergency needs on Tybee

In case of any emergency needs while on tybee.. Always call 911 first if needed.