Georgia’s Coast has it all, from miles of shoreline and windswept dunes to historic ports and towns. Explore here the many communities, each with a distinct personality and attractions, that make up our coastal region.

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    Dining

    B&J's Steaks and Seafood


    Darien, GA

    With a laid-back, low-country style, B & J's Steaks and Seafood serves up coastal Georgia's freshest seafood. B & J's features a nightly themed buffet as well as a mouth-watering menu with seafood, steaks, pizza & burgers. B & J's Steaks and Seafood meets daily with local shrimpers to procure the freshest seafood in the Low country.


    901 Northway
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-2122


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    Arts & Culture

    Fort King George


    Darien, GA

    Built in 1721 for protection against Spanish invasion from Florida, Fort King George was the first military fort established in the Colony of Georgia. Numerous events spotlight this history throughout the year.


    302 McIntosh Rd. SE
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-4770


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    Jepson Café


    Darien, GA

    Jepson Center’s Jepson Café, offers a scrumptious selection of salads, sandwiches, quiches and yummy deserts your child will love.


    207 W York St.
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-790-8833


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    Tours

    Sapelo Island Visitor's Center


    Darien, GA

    Reservations are required for van tours of Sapelo Island, which include the lighthouse, beach and historic Reynolds Mansion. The Sapelo Island Visitors Center is located at the mainland ferry dock in Meridian, and serves as a key distribution point for information about coastal ecosystems links to research and monitoring, educational opportunities, and tourism activities such as public and group tours. Interpretive exhibits at the Center highlight Sapelo Island's rich cultural history.


    1766 Landing Rd. SE
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-3224


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    Arts & Culture

    Sapelo Island Visitors' Center


    Darien, GA

    Human settlement of Sapelo Island dates back 4,500 years. Early colonists grew crops on the island, and slave descendants still live in the Hog Hammock community. The Sapelo Island Visitors Center is located at the mainland ferry dock in Meridian, and serves as a key distribution point for information about coastal ecosystems links to research and monitoring, educational opportunities, and tourism activities such as public and group tours. Interpretive exhibits at the Center highlight Sapelo Island's rich cultural history.


    1766 Landing Rd. SE
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-3224


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    Dining

    Skipper's Fish Camp


    Darien, GA

    The local shrimp fleet docks right at our backdoor and provides us with an abundant supply of fresh locally caught Sweet Georgia Shrimp. We take pride in using only the freshest ingredients when bringing our servings to the table. Whether you order a plate of our Wild Georgia Shrimp or our 16-plus hour smoked BBQ, you will taste our coastal Georgia flavor. We invite you to try all our dishes from our appetizer gator bites to our mouth-watering peach cobbler.


    85 Screven St.
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-3474 (FISH)


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    Shopping

    Sugar Marsh Cottage


    Darien, GA

    This is a small batch chocolatier with mouth-watering, coastal-themed candies. Beautifully decorated and delicious, these delicacies make a wonderful souvenir for family and friends.


    300 Franklin St.
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-268-2522


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    Shopping

    Waterfront Wine and Gourmet


    Darien, GA

    Waterfront Wine & Gourmet offers a wide assortment of West Coast and European Vintage Wines at price points to accommodate any budget. We also stock a variety of domestic and import craft beers. While you are in the store picking out a wine, don't forget to check out our selection of gourmet foods.


    107 Broad St.
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-3410