Tybee is at the end of HWY 80 E and is only accessible by the two-lane highway or Boat. Don’t miss checking out Fort Pulaski on the drive-in! Tybee Island is Home to Tybee Beach—mostly separated into North and South Beach, and Georgia’s oldest Lighthouse! Nearby is Little Tybee, an uninhabited island that is only accessible by boat, and is used by locals for camping, fossil hunting, bird watching, and more. Tybee has a laid-back feel, with South Beach being the “downtown” of the Island featuring shopping, restaurants, nightlife, and the Pavilion. North Beach features the Tybee Post Theatre, Fort Screven, North Beach Grill, and Island Favorites like Huc-a-Poos pizza and TyBean Art and Coffee Bar near Small Business cottages. The Island has an IGA grocery with local seafood and vegetables, Monday Farmer’s Market, and only One drive-thru fast food restaurant! Don’t worry, there are plenty of local small business restaurants on the Island! Full disclosure, once or twice a year due to severe storms, or moon perigee; the road can, at high tide, get shut down for a couple of hours due to water covering the road.
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