Where are you watching the Sunset…?

20 Oct

By Christabelle… @CBellesCloset (*Pure Editorial, Non-Paid Post,*)

Tybee Island, GA voted a top place to watch the sunset – we see why!
Photo: Al Powell

No need to span the nation looking for the perfect place to watch magical sunsets – USA TODAY readers did it for you and voted Tybee Island, Georgia, a vacation paradise located just 20 minutes east of historic Savannah, one of the 10 Best Places to Watch a Sunset.  Tybee joined a variety of popular sunset destinations including Key West, Fla. and Sedona, Ariz.

With five miles of beaches, great seafood and a wide range of outdoor activities, Tybee Island proudly offers plenty of family-friendly fun all year-round. Tybee Island is an ideal place to ride bikes, collect shells, hike, swim, fish, shop, dine, sunbathe, jet ski, parasail, kiteboard, surf or kayak. However visitors spend their days, they love the authentic Southern beach town atmosphere that defines Tybee Island.

Southern Living has honored Tybee Island as one of America’s “Perfect Little Beach Towns.” Parents magazine has included Tybee on its annual list of the Best Beaches for Families, and Fodor’s has named the island one of the Best Family Beaches on the East Coast.

The 10 Best Readers’ Choice Travel Award contest launches one new category each week, revealing its 20 nominees. Nominees for all categories are chosen by a panel of experts. In week five, winners are revealed, from an award category launched four weeks prior. The public can vote online for one nominee per category, per day. 10Best.com provides users with original, unbiased, and experiential travel content of top attractions, things to see and do, and restaurants for top destinations in the U.S. and around the world.

Are you looking for the perfect vacation on the East Coast? Tybee Island just might be the perfect place for you…For more information about Tybee Island: www.VisitTybee.com.

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