Food and Wine Festival 2018

Savannah Food & Wine Festival 2018

Autumn is a perfect time of year for visiting Savannah, Georgia. The heat of summer is replaced by cool breezes, and the leaves turn into a captivating background of orange, red, and yellow. It’s the time of year when Southern hospitality is at its best, with many opportunities for things to do in Savannah.

Savannah is well known for our historic beauty, creative spirit, and haunted places. Our residents love to socialize, but one of the best things about Savannah is the food and wine. The Savannah Food & Wine Festival is a week-long celebration of culinary delights that runs from November 5 until November 11, and it should not be missed when you’re visiting Savannah.

The Savannah Food & Wine Festival is a celebration of Lowcountry cuisine and a way to experience a taste of real Southern cooking. This is a chance to enjoy the best locally sourced food and meet the hottest chefs and vintners in the business. The opportunities to try new dishes and wine are bountiful, and you will leave with a new appreciation for our traditional and bold flavors.

In Savannah, we strive to impress our visitors. Each day of the festival will bring an event that’s new and exciting. The week starts with a step into luxury at the Alida Hotel for Whisky on the Water. This event kicks off the festival right, giving guests the opportunity to taste the most excellent distilled spirits. Chat with brand ambassadors while learning new cocktail recipes, or just enjoy the waterfront view.

The following day, attend the Celebrity Chef Tour, hosted by the James Beard Foundation. The evening begins with a champagne reception, followed by a gourmet six-course dinner. The guest chefs have been hand-picked by the James Beard Foundation, and are the best chefs in the South. The event will include wine experts who have carefully created wine pairings for the enjoyment of the attendees.

Two of the most popular events are the Secret Savannah Speakeasy and the River Street Stroll. In Savannah, we take our history seriously and love to dress in period costumes – we think you’ll like it too. The Secret Savannah Speakeasy is a costumed event held at the Georgia State Railroad Museum. Join us in your best 1920’s gear as you sip designer cocktails. Later in the week, the River Street Stroll offers more opportunities for sampling local fare while enjoying the riverfront.

If you’re looking for things to do in Savannah, mark the date on the calendar and come to the Savannah Food & Wine Festival. We look forward to providing you with the best local food and spirits in the Lowcountry.

Halloween in Savannah

Top 6 Things To Do In Savannah for Halloween

Spanish moss drapes the trees in this lively and artistic city. Home of SCAD art college, Savannah is one of the most happening places in the south. If you love the nightlife, you need to add a visit to Savannah at the top of your bucket list. With it’s pirate feel and endless legends, Halloween is the best time to visit Savannah and wander the famous cobblestone River Street. If you are brave enough, here are some of Savannah’s top attractions for you thrill seekers and a guide for your stay.

Where to Stay: Savannah Vacation Rentals

Before getting into the spooktacular things that Savannah has to offer, you will want to get set up in a nice place. After a long night of frights and inebriated fun, you are going to want to settle down in a place where you feel comfortable and safe. Before your visit, take a look at these gorgeous Savannah vacation rentals that have plenty of Georgia charm. Once you have decided on lodging, you can start planning your activities. Here are some of the favorite things to do in Savannah that locals and visitors are raving about.

Top 6 Things To Do in Savannah

Here are six ways you can spend your Halloween in Savannah.

1. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

Based on the book by John Berendt, the tour explores the life of an antique dealer named Jim Williams. It includes a tour of the Bonaventure cemetery and the Mercer house. It is one of the most popular Savannah tours because it is based on true events. Many people visit Savannah specifically for this tour!

2. Ghosts and Gravestones

Savannah is one of America’s most haunted cities. The Ghosts and Gravestones tour takes you on a frightening trolley adventure. You’ll go through the historic district of Savannah and explore the most eerie places and legends.

3. Creepy Crawl Haunted Pub Tour

There’s no better place to go on a haunted pub tour than Savannah, Georgia! If you are looking to hear some bone-chilling lore while cracking open a cold one, this tour is for you. It’s a perfect combination of Savannah’s biggest attractions; booze and the dead.

4. Moon River Brewing Company

Paranormal happenings are “normal” in the Moon River Beer House. The lady in white can be spotted at the top of the staircase. Sometimes, the ghostly residents of this restaurant play jokes on guests and hurl beer bottles. The basement is the most active spot in this brewery and guests are advised to stay away.

5. Factor’s Walk

Factor’s Walk is named after the cotton factors that made Savannah rich in the 19th century. It is one of the most sinister spots in Savannah, which is why it isn’t widely discussed. Some say that you can catch shadow figures roaming the tunnels. It has also been said that those spirits follow the living to their next destination.

6. Forsyth Park and the Old Candler Hosptial

Now a law school, many ghost tours still stop by the Old Candler Hospital. In 1876, yellow fever stormed Savannah. Diseased residents went to Candler Hospital hoping for a miracle. Hundreds died in Candler Hospital and were buried in the tunnels. Forsyth Park is right next to the hospital. It is said that the burial tunnels lie under the park where children now play.

No matter how you choose to spend Halloween in Savannah, the stories you will hear will stick with you long after your glass is empty.

Oktoberfest 2018

Oktoberfest on River Street

Nobody does Oktoberfest quite like Savannah. All the food and drink establishments on historic River Street make it the perfect backdrop for German food, a variety of beers, and live entertainment. This 3 day festival kicks off October 5 – 7, 2018 and has been dubbed Savannah’s party of the fall.

Take part in the fun with a sausage eating contest, wiener dog races, and chicken dances. There will be live entertainment all weekend long on the Arbor Stage and regional arts and crafts vendors will exhibit.

This event is not only fun, but it’s supporting two equally worthy causes. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the March of Dimes and the Savannah Humane Society.

Oktoberfest is free to attend. So mark your calendars, pack your lederhosen out, and get ready to spend a weekend eating bratwursts, giant pretzels, and drinking fine German bier.

Come to Savannah for Oktoberfest, but while you’re here, be sure not to miss out on the other great attractions in Savannah including a day trip over to neighboring Tybee Island hosting the 2018 Pirate Fest October 4 – 6th.

Tybee Island Pirate Fest

2018 Tybee Island Pirate Fest

Ahoy Mateys!  Calling all Buccaneers to the 14th Annual Tybee Island Pirate Fest October 4-7th, 2018!

It’s a family-friendly event filled with swashbuckling fun, live music, performers, a parade and much more!

Tybee Pirate Fest kicks off with the 2018 Buccaneer Ball hosted at The Crab Shack at 40 Estill Hammock Road on Thursday, October 4th.  Purchase advance tickets for $45 per person now through October 1.  Prices jump to $50 after the 1st.  This event is limited to pirates and wenches 18 years and older.   Admission includes grub and grog, as well as a costume contest.  Purchase Tickets

On Friday, October 5th, the festivities kick off at 5PM.  Tickets are $12 per person, kids 12 and under are free.    Check out the main stage from 6 PM onward and catch the must-see Cannon Firing with Barnacle Bill Bedlam at 7 PM.

Parents of wees ones, bring your crew over to Little Matey’s Cove where they’ll enjoy carnival rides, bounce houses, magic shows, petting zoos and a craft area.

The fun continues on Saturday, October 6th at 10 AM.  Tickets are $15 per person, but kids 12 and under receive free admittance.   The highlight of the weekend is a must-see for families – The Pirate Victory Parade!  The parade steps off at North Beach Parking Lot and heads towards Tybrisa St from 3 to 5 PM.  Plenty of loot and treasures for all!   Cap off the night with a fireworks and a DJ dance party.

The Pirate Fest wraps up on Sunday, October 7th at 4 PM.

Tybee Island Pirate Fest is one of the most popular events of the year on Tybee Island.  Book your accommodations now!  Check rates and availability on Luxury Living Savannah  vacation rentals and #StayInLuxury at one of our many beachfront and oceanview properties.

5 Places to Visit in Savannah's Historic District

Top 5 Places to Visit in Savannah’s Historic District

Luxury Living Savannah’s vacation rentals are situated in the heart of the Historic District.   Visitors can step outside and stroll down cobblestone streets dotted with landmarks and monuments at each of Savannah’s 22 park squares. Explore museums, art exhibits, or tour 18th century homes.   Take in guided tours or an afternoon of boutique shopping along River Street. Or, sit back and relax with friends while enjoying Southern cuisine and hospitality at more than 100 restaurants situated in Savannah’s Historic District.

Our local travel experts recommend these top 5 places to visit in Savannah’s Historic District.

The Telfair Academy

121 Barnard St, Savannah, GA 31401

The first art museum founded by a woman and the oldest public museum in the South.   Visit period specific rooms featuring the celebrated art collections.

The Pirates’ House

Established in 1753 as a refuge for sailors, The Pirates’ House it’s a great place for a family-friendly meal in a historical setting

Savannah Riverboat Cruises

9 E River St, Savannah, GA 31401

Fine dining and spectacular views of our waterfront city await you! Riverboat Cruises are available for dinner or brunch. Advance ticket reservations recommended.

Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah

234 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Savannah, GA 31401

What better way to learn about Savannah’s rich culture, history, and architecture than aboard an open-air trolley tour? Dubbed one of Savannah’s top sightseeing tours and best attractions, Old Town Trolley Tours combines an entertaining mix of trivia with interesting facts about our beloved city.

City Market

219 W Bryan St Ste 207, Savannah, GA 31401

A trip to Savannah isn’t complete without a visit to City Market. Whether by day or night, bistros, musicians, galleries and boutiques offer something for everyone.

Want to get the most of your stay in the historic district? Book Luxury Living Savannah’s award winning Washington Square House! Impeccably restored to meet the strictest of guidelines set forth by the U.S. Department of Natural Resources, the property features state-of-the-art modern amenities mixed with the grandeur of the late 1700s. Heart pine floors, curved staircases, wainscoting, and plaster ceiling medallions await your stay in this luxurious 4 bedroom, 4 bath vacation rental fully equipped with all the comforts of home.

Savannah Oktoberfest

Fall Festivals in Savannah 2018

Fall is an invigorating season anywhere, and Savannah is no exception. A crisp breeze blows in a new energy everyone feels. Friends gather in the sports bars on River Street to cheer on the Dawgs. Bikers and joggers hit the squares and Forsyth Park where the trees are tinged with color. Nights are especially pleasant and a good time to book a ghost tour in a city noted for lingering spirits. Out at the beach on Tybee, the crowds have thinned. It’s another good reason to visit Savannah and squeeze in some more beach time.

Savannahians know to take advantage of the perfect weather and plan fall events accordingly. Savannah vacation rentals book quickly, so plan your fall getaway soon and visit Savannah. You’ll find exceptional Savannah vacation rentals from Downtown to Tybee. Here are a few festivals to enjoy when you visit Savannah this fall.

Picnic in the Park
What’s better than a picnic in the park? A picnic in the park with music and food vendors. Picnic in the Park is an annual event sponsored by the Savannah Philharmonics that takes place in historic Forsyth Park. It’s the city’s largest outdoor music event with around 20,000 people attending to celebrate the city’s local musicians, school groups, and the Savannah Philharmonic. The 2018 event takes place on October 7 from 3-9:30 p.m. Picnic in the Park is free! Look for Forsyth Park south of Gaston Street between Drayton and Whitaker.

Tybee Island Pirate Fest
If you’re in town the weekend of Oct, 4-7, dress up like a pirate and go out to Tybee Island and join the fun at their annual Pirate Fest. It’s a unique event suitable for the whole family. It’s full of live music, performers, a parade, and plenty of surprises. The kids will love the carnival at Little Matey’s Cove, and everyone will get a kick out of the hilarious Buccaneer Ball. It’s the kickoff event held on Thursday night at the popular Crab Shack on Estill Hammock Rd.

Tybee Island Pirate Fest

Savannah Jazz Festival
September 23-29 is the date set for the 37th Savannah Jazz Festival. It’s a Savannah tradition that has become a part of the city’s culture. The sultry sounds just sort of blend in. Sponsored by the Coastal Jazz Association and the City of Savannah, the festival features local, regional, and international jazz. You’ll experience jazz from traditional swing to Dixieland to funky down-home sounds. Daily events and venues vary. Check out for more info.

Savannah Jazz Festival

Nobody does Oktoberfest quite like Savannah. All the food and drink establishments on River Street make it the perfect backdrop for German food, a variety of beers, and live entertainment. At the same time, you can take in all the neat shopping on Riverstreet. Held on Oct. 5-7, the event features food vendors, regional arts and crafts, and music on the Arbor Stage.

Savannah OktoberfestSavannah Film Festival
You don’t have to travel to Cannes to attend a film festival. Thanks to Savannah’s iconic College of Art and Design (SCAD), you can take in eight days of celebrating the cinema at the Savannah Film Festival. Experience cinematic creativity from both professional and student filmmakers. This year the event will be held Oct. 27-Nov. 3. Venues include the Lucas Theatre for the Arts at 32 Abercorn St., Trustees Theater at 216 E. Broughton St., Gutstein Gallery,201 E. Broughton St., and SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd. Get more info and tickets at the Savannah Film Festival website.

Getaways in Savannah

Planning Fall Getaways in Savannah

Great dining, wine tastings, and the nightlife on River Street are a few of the things that put girlfriend getaways in Savannah at the top of the list for weekend getaways. Whether you’re celebrating one of life’s milestones or simply need a break, you’ll find Savannah vacation rentals in an enchanting historical setting.

Fall is just around the corner meaning cooler temps for browsing art festivals and booking historic walking tours. Stately live oaks and lush gardens in town squares provide the perfect backdrop for girlfriend getaways in Savannah. Gather your friends and check out Savannah vacation rentals for your fall getaway. Luxury Living Savannah has condos, apartments, and private homes close to all the activities and events scheduled this fall.

Summer lasts a little longer at the beach, and nearby Tybee Island is one of the reasons girlfriend getaways in Savannah are so popular. Luxury Living Savannah has oceanfront and ocean view rentals to fit every group size. Spend the weekend on the beach or divide your time between the island and downtown. Let the following fall events in Savannah be your guide to planning a weekend getaway in Savannah.

Savannah Craft Brew Fest
Wind down summer on the first Saturday afternoon of September by sampling beers from around the world on the other side of the Savannah River. The Savannah Craft Brew Fest takes place at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center. The festival features indoor and outdoor beer gardens, mixology seminars, and of course plenty of great food. You can get a free complimentary water ride from Belle’s Ferry Landing or go by car. There’s ample parking.

Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival
The Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival is held the third weekend in October. Seafood lovers from across the southeast attend this annual event for the best seafood around. In between all the great food and beverages, you’ll enjoy local and national entertainment on two stages and a carnival midway. There are also arts and crafts and business booths to browse and shop from. The event takes place at J. F. Gregory Park, 521 Cedar St.

Oktoberfest On Riverstreet
Go German Savannah style at Oktoberfest on Riverstreet. Wash down authentic German cuisine with a variety of beers from the beer garden at the 35th annual festival on October 5-7,2018. The festival’s Wiener Dog Races have become world famous. Regional arts and craft’s exhibits are around all weekend. Enjoy live entertainment on the Arbor Stage.

Savannah Greek Festival
The Greek food, dancing, and live music get better every year at Savannah’s annual Greek Festival. This year marks 68 years for the traditional event. The Greek foods and desserts are homemade and the music, dancing, and shopping celebrate Greek culture. The 3-day event will be held at the St. Paul’s Hellenic Center on West Anderson Street Oct. 11-13,2018.

Savannah Jazz Festival
The Coastal Jazz Association and the Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs work together to produce the annual Savannah Jazz Festival. The free week-long event (Sept. 23-29) is held at various venues, but the grand finale is on the weekend at Forsyth Park. Peter Fish, Bernie Williams, and the Bryce Eastwood Band are a few of this year’s headliners. For the best taste in jazz, plan to attend the traditional jam sessions held on weekend nights at 11:00 p.m. Thursday night’s jam will be held at the Rancho Alegre Restaurant on MLK Blvd. The Friday and Saturday night jams will be at the De Soto Hotel Ballroom on Liberty Street.

Savannah Gourmet Seafood & Spirits Festival

Savannah Gourmet Seafood & Spirits Festival

Summer is in full swing in Savannah and out on Tybee Island. It’s time to plan that summer getaway before it’s too late. The next big Savannah summer fest, the Savannah Gourmet Seafood & Spirits Festival will be celebrating their fifth year this August 9th-12th. The 2018 event will again be held at the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa on Hutchinson Island.

The Westin is a free ferry ride away from the Historic District and a short drive from Tybee making it the perfect event to plan a vacation around. Since the Seafood and Spirits Festival has become the talk of the town, book your accommodations early. Luxury Living Savannah has exclusive options for your Savannah vacation rentals from the Historic District to the beach at Tybee Island. Relax after saturating yourself with gourmet seafood and exotic cocktails in homier styles of Savannah vacation rentals. Luxury Living Savannah offers beautifully refurbished residences that will make you feel more like a local during your stay.

Book your Savannah vacation rentals for the entire four-day festival and be entertained by celebrity chefs, top mixologists, and live entertainment. The kick-off event on Thursday, August 9th is the “Coastal Chef’s Table” to be held in the Westin Grand Ballroom. Dinner is a 5-course culinary journey of gourmet eats paired with fine wines, specialty cocktails, and Flagship spirits. Westin chefs will team up with guest chefs from exclusive Lowcountry restaurants to create each course. Guests get to see kitchen preparations via live audio and video. The event is held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tickets are $125.

On Friday from 6:30-9:00 p.m. the Lowcountry Picnic and Concert takes place on the Harbor boardwalk and Westin’s luxurious lawns along the river. Delicious seafood and cocktails will be accompanied by the sounds of the Zac Brown tribute band 20 Ride. It’s Southern music with the backdrop of a stunning sunset for the ultimate seafood experience. Everyone gets beverage samples and you can purchase beer and cocktails. The cost is $60.

Saturday, August 11th from 2:00-5:00 p.m. brings the annual “AquaCurean Challenge.” The cost is $65 per person. Top chefs from local and regional restaurants will join the best mixologists and bartenders in the business to create tantalizing food and beverage tastings. You get to vote for your favorites. So far, the confirmed 2018 line-up includes US Foods, Aqua Star, Top Deck, Fish, Congress Street Up, Chromatic Dragon and more. Get a special VIP ticket for an added on-dock experience at the Westin Harbor Marina.

The Seafood & Spirits Festival concludes with the “Fresh Catch & Cocktails Jazz Brunch” on Sunday, August 12th from 12:30-3:30 p.m. in the Aqua Star Southern Coastal Kitchen. Celebrate the grand finale with shrimp tails and other seafood bites at a breakfast brunch complete with champagne and a Bloody Mary bar. Jeremy Davis and the Fabulous Equinox Trio will perform with live music. The $65 dollar admission will include a very special AquaCurean gift, and spirit partners will have a few special surprises.

The Seafood & Spirits Festival is quickly becoming the top summer event in town. Over 1,000 people attended last year and more are expected for the 2018 event. Book early at Luxury Living Savannah and find out what it’s all about.

Things to do on Tybee Island

Planning Your Tybee Island Beach Vacation

Visiting Tybee Island
Tybee Island, Georgia, attracts thousands of visitors each summer due to the white sandy beaches and close proximity to Savannah. However, the visitors to the island return each year because of all the fun Tybee Island events and the amazing amenities at the luxurious Tybee Island rentals.   Read our staff’s favorite things to do when planning your Tybee Island Beach Vacation!

Things to Do

Of course, a Tybee Island beach vacation wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the beach. There are a plethora of options for enjoying the water including jet skiing, surfing, fishing, kayaking, and so much more. You can even take private lessons if this is one of your first times on the water.

Wanting an up-close tour of the action? Try a dolphin tour. There are various groups on the island that host tours. You can view the bottle-nosed dolphins enjoying their natural habitat. Also, you’ll see a lot of Tybee Island’s water-loving residents, out fishing for shrimp or enjoying an evening sail.

Tybee Island events really pick up over the summer, especially as Independence Day approaches. If you’re visiting Tybee Island over the 4th, you can expect to see a spike in tourists, as well as a lot more activity. The fireworks display is a huge attraction, as visitors can see a magnificent display over the water, right off the Pier. Although, generally the display is so grand it can be viewed from anywhere on the island.

Places to Go

There are plenty of can’t-miss places to visit on Tybee Island. One of the most popular attractions is the Tybee Lighthouse. The historic lighthouse dates back to 1732 and has been a beacon for the island ever since. There is also an on-site museum with over five centuries of historical artifacts discovered on the island.

Visitors will also want to check out the Tybee Marine Science Center. The Science Center hosts guided tours of the local aquatic life, including through a marsh or along the coast. There’s also a Turtle Talk, that discusses the anatomy and natural adaptations of the local sea turtles.

Naturally, you’ll also want to check out the area shopping. The island is full of unique boutiques and gift shops, so visitors can be sure to remember their island vacation. Be sure to check out the local art galleries too to see the local talent. And, of course, be sure to try out the local cuisine. The various restaurants all have a vast selection of the freshest seafood you’ve ever tasted.

Places to Stay

Easily one of the most popular Tybee Island rentals is through Luxury Living Savannah. The oceanfront and ocean-view luxury properties will make your Tybee Island beach vacation feel like living in paradise. Luxury Living Savannah has rentals with accommodations up to 16 guests, so you can choose whether you want to have a fun family get-together or just an intimate weekend getaway with your loved one.

When visiting Tybee Island, guests can enjoy the area’s popular restaurants, or choose to stay at their home away from home and cook in, as each unit is equipped with a full kitchen and dining space. Also, there’s plenty to do staying in as the rentals include decks or patios to try and spot the various sealife or just sit and enjoy the cool ocean air.

There’s no shortage of activity or places to visit on the Island. So, one thing we know for sure, after visiting, you’ll be ready to plan your next Tybee Island Beach Vacation through Luxury Living Savannah properties.

Things to do in Savannah and on Tybee Island

Fun Things to do in Savannah and on Tybee Island this Summer

Savannah and Tybee Island July and August Events

Summers in Savannah heat up with more than the weather. The South Georgia city sizzles with the hottest events and festivals you’ll find anywhere. From the Historic District to the Riverfront and out to Tybee Island, you’ll find lots of exciting things to do in Savannah and on Tybee Island in July and August.

Historic District Events

Put an evening at the Historic Savannah Theatre on your list of things to do in Savannah in July. Located in the heart of the Historic District, this gorgeous structure has been around since 1818. After taking in a great show, you’ll be within walking distance of other July events and festivals in Savannah.

Savannah Live is a high-energy variety show playing every Thursday and Saturday evening in July. A live band and eight singers perform everything from Broadway to Pop and Rock. On Wednesdays and Fridays, the Piano Men take over with three world-class pianists performing a riveting tribute to the world’s most famous singer/pianists of all time.

July events and festivals in Savannah prove the city ranks high on the list of foodie locales. Visitors in town on August 9-12 who love seafood shouldn’t miss the Gourmet Seafood & Spirits Festival. The annual festival features chefs from around the country to create delightful gourmet seafood dishes and specialty drinks.

Need a place to stay?  View our collection of Savannah vacation rentals featuring private homes, carriage houses, and apartments.

July Fourth Riverfront Celebration

Celebrate the Fourth on River Street at the Rousakis Riverfront Plaza. Enjoy live entertainment, special activities for the kids, drinks, ice cream, and all the usual unique shopping and dining on River Street. At dusk find a spot along the riverfront for an impressive fireworks display beginning at 9:30 p.m.

View the fireworks show from a different perspective on the 4th of July Fireworks Cruise. The three-hour celebration includes an Independence day inspired buffet, drink specials, live entertainment and a spectacular view of the waterfront fireworks.

Tybee Island Beach Happenings

Savannah’s Beach is only 18 miles away out on beautiful Tybee Island. You’ll find plenty of fun things to do this summer on Tybee Island. Pack up and spend the day on Tybee’s gorgeous beach or stay a few nights in one of our luxury beach front or ocean view Tybee Island vacation rentals.

Boating and watersports are some of the best things to do this summer on Tybee Island. Rent a jet ski or a boat at one of Tybee’s marinas. Go on a fishing day trip or take a dolphin and whale watching tour.

Every Monday from March through October the Tybee Island Farmers and Artisan Market is held in the field next to the Tybee Island Light Station and Museum. Park free, tour the lighthouse and shop the market for artwork, fresh vegetables, and other interesting goodies.

Tybee Island has it’s own fireworks display for July Fourth. It’s a busy day at the beach so go early and plan to stay late. The Island has dozens of locally-owned restaurants and bars serving up seafood, island cuisine, and southern favorites in laid-back atmospheres.

Whether you’re staying in the Historic District or on a beachfront property, there’s plenty of things to do in Savannah and on Tybee Island this summer.  Book your vacation rental through Luxury Living Savannah.

Looking for more things to do in Savannah and on Tybee Island?  Visit Savannah has a full calendar of events!