According to one travel publication, one of the best beaches in the United States belongs to the Peach State.
In a recent rundown of its picks for the best beaches in the country to visit, Travel & Leisure listed North Beach on Tybee Island in Georgia among their selections. Other picks included Poipu Beach in Kauai, Hawaii; Coronado Beach in San Diego; Clearwater Beach in Florida; Wrightsville Beach in North Carolina; and Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York.
Also among the picks was Coligny Beach Park on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina – a quick hour's drive, give or take, from neighboring Savannah, Georgia.
According to Travel & Leisure, North Beach makes the cut because it's "a peaceful, family-friendly spot frequented by locals," adding that "the stunning 360-degree views from the top of the historical Tybee Island Lighthouse are well worth the climb, especially during sunrise and sunset."
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For those looking for a bite to eat, they also suggested a visit to North Beach Bar & Grill.
Better than Hawaii? We'll leave that to the readers.
Zach Dennis is the editor of the arts and culture section and weekly Do Savannah alt-weekly publication at the Savannah Morning News and can be reached at email@example.com.
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