Whether you prefer wading in the pristine shores of Florida’s Cape San Blas, exploring South Carolina’s barrier islands, or lazing in the sand on Georgia’s Tybee Island, our inspiring beach destinations offer the perfect balance of outdoor activity and tranquil escape. Choose from our handpicked selection of vacation rentals ranging from modern beach homes steps from the shore to colorful bungalows with porch views. As a guest of Natural Retreats, you’ll have the local wisdom of our on-site teams, who are available to help with every detail of your stay.
Featured Beach Rentals
A weekend getaway for two, an extended family reunion, or a holiday at the shore – whatever size your party or your interests, we can help select a home perfect for you.
North Cape San Blas "Kanani" 191 Parrothead Way
Chic Modern Waterfront Home with Private Pool and Elevator
Starting from $424 / night
Sundance on Fripp Island
Beautiful home with ocean views, wifi; amenity access available
Starting from $416 / night
Winter Availability! Stately Tybee Island Home, with WiFi, Pool Table and Spacious decks
Starting from $264 / night
Winter Availability! Iconic Tybee home on South End, just one block to Beach and Pier
Starting from $200 / night
From what to know before you go to where to explore while there, learn more about our coastal locations with these local stories and trending articles.
Break Away from the Flock: 3 Hidden Spots for Snowbirds
Although there can be beauty in sparkling white snowdrifts and dripping icicles, the idea of spending the winter in a warm, sunny climate is irresistible. Snowbirds— people who pack up and head south when the temperatures drop— have the right idea but there can be one drawback to this lifestyle....the crowds.Read More
Everything You Need To Know About Scalloping Season in Cape San Blas
Part treasure hunt, part beach adventure, scalloping season in Cape San Blas draws visitors from across the country with the promise of fresh seafood and sunkissed memories. Many families approach the season, typically spanning from mid-August to mid-September, as a late summer ‘finale’ before easing back into the pace of homework and busier work schedules. This often means as much relaxing in the sun as diving for scallops, but that is the beauty of scalloping -- it can be as adventurous or leisurely as you like! You do, however, need a few things to get started. Here’s everything you need to know about joining the fun:Read More
5 Fun Ways to Leaf Peep in the Great Smoky Mountains
The Great Smoky Mountains are a year-round treat for nature lovers. There’s the sparkling white wonderland of deep winter. The sweet, gentle breezes of springtime. The wild-flower strewn meadows of high summer. But autumn in the Great Smoky Mountains is particularly special. If you’re looking for a family-friendly adventure for your whole gang— or a cozy, peaceful getaway for two— plan now for a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains this fall.Read More