Georgia's five lighthouses, each set on a pristine barrier island, once served as beacons in the night to traveling ships. They now serve as beautiful landmarks that challenge you to climb their steep steps and take in their spectacular views. With three climbable beacons, Tybee Light Station, St. Simons Island Lighthouse and the Sapelo Island Lighthouse, and two that are accessible only by boat, Cockspur Island Lighthouse and Little Cumberland Island Lighthouse, the beautiful coast of Georgia is a lighthouse lover's paradise. There are many lodging options along the coasts. Whether you are looking for a quaint B&B like the Goodbread House or a large resort with endless amenities like the King and Prince, you are sure to find accommodations to meet all of your needs.