Answer for "How far is Pooler GA from the beach?"

Stephen Dunbar real estate agent
  Keller Williams

Seeing as the city of Pooler, Georgia is located in Chatham County, approximately 20 minutes away from Savannah, Georgia, it’s in  close proximity to the beach. With around 24,000 residents, a population that increased exponentially from year to year, its proximity to the beach can be considered as one of the contributing factors of this growth. You can also get in touch with real estate agents in Pooler GA if you’re thinking of relocating to this small town with affordable housing that is close to both Savannah, GA and the beach along with many other cool attractions.

When it comes to going to the beach from Pooler, GA it will take you less than an hour to reach the best destinations on Georgia’s ocean front. There are many amazing beaches available with countless amenities such as restaurants, hotels, RV parks or water based activities that can keep you occupied for a whole week at the beach. We’ll go over the most welcoming locations so you know what to expect.

Tybee Island in Georgia - 45 minutes away

This small barrier island city is known for its long and wide stretches of sandy beaches. North Beach is minutes away from the Tybee Surf School for those that wish to learn how to conquer the waves. There are also historical sites nearby like the Garland and Brumby batteries as well as the historical lighthouse that has been restored and transformed into a museum. Mid Beach is more reclusive as there aren’t many restaurants right by the beach in that area, which makes it perfect for those that want to enjoy a more quiet beach day. Then there is Tybee Beach Pier where you can stop for the afternoon and fish as much as your heart desires.

Hilton Head Island in South Carolina - 46 minutes away

Located in the Lowcountry region of South Carolina, Hilton Head Island is known for its golf courses as well as its Atlantic Ocean beaches. Here you can take a break from those sandy dunes and enjoy some grassy dunes every now and then at one of the many golf courses available across the island. While there aren’t as many historical sites, there are plenty of beaches to make up for that. Everywhere you go you will also find restaurants, hotels and bars where you can enjoy some refreshments and great dishes with your family right by the beach.


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