Savannah, GA, USA

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Savannah, GA, USA

Savannah vacation rentals

Savoring Savannah

The historic city of Savannah is immediately recognizable by its cobblestone streets, well-tended parks, and historic antebellum landmarks, features that have contributed to its enduring popularity as the thinking-man’s vacation destination. Visitors that book a downtown Savannah vacation rental will find themselves right at the storied heart of America’s largest National Historic Landmark district and close to some of the country's most elegant plantation houses. There’s more than just history on the menu, however; travelers seeking romance can walk hand in hand through the city's lush botanical gardens, while the golden beaches of Tybee are sure to please sun-seekers.

Plain sailing in Savannah

Savannah’s historic waterfront offers jaw-dropping views, and the best way to take them in is on a boat tour across the glistening waters of the Savannah River. A knowledgeable local will offer informative and engaging commentary on key points of interest, such as the Cockspur Island lighthouse and Tybee Island. If you’re looking for the perfect way to keep the kids entertained, you can also book a dolphin-watching tour. The 2-hour excursions allow you to see these amazing creatures in their natural environment, all while soaking up the glorious Georgian sun and taking in the city’s most notable waterfront landmarks.

Savannah’s downtown heritage

A walk through the tree-lined streets of the downtown Savannah Historic District is tailor-made for history buffs; a large number of fascinating heritage sites are located in this corner of the city center. The Isaiah Davenport House has been turned into a museum that's brimming with artifacts from the South’s rich history, while America’s 3rd-oldest synagogue, the Temple Mickve Israel, is a testament to the region’s diversity. Boasting more than 20 city squares, as well as churches, forts, and monuments, this celebrated neighborhood also hosts live theater and cultural events, sure to add a splash of sophistication to your southern getaway.

Seeking the Savannah sun

Savannah’s humid subtropical climate keeps temperatures mild throughout the year, though the warmest weather typically comes between March and July. As you’d expect, this period also sees a spike in demand for Savannah vacation rentals with a pool, so booking early is advisable. There’s more flexibility to be found in off-season months, and temperatures between August and December can still reach the mid-70s. Many Savannah vacation rentals come equipped with hot tubs, which make for an ideal winter warmer if you choose to travel at this time.

Unwinding on the Savannah sands

A 30-minute drive from Savannah, Tybee Island’s sandy shores and crystal-clear waters offer yet another reason to visit the region. Tybee boasts 3 oceanfront beaches and 2 river beaches, beloved by water-sports enthusiasts and sunbathers. Hiking is another common pastime on the island, with trails leading through maritime forest and wetlands; you’ll spot birds, dolphins, and other wildlife on your travels. The island is also relatively small and flat, making it easy to explore on foot or by bike. Nature-lovers should consider basing themselves here for a few days to make the most of the area—Savannah vacation rentals near Tybee Island are readily available.