Welcome to our selection of holiday rentals in Georgia.
Located within the southeastern United States, Georgia was named after King George II and was the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution and shares borders with North Carolina, South Carolina, the Atlantic Ocean, Florida, Alabama and Tennessee.
If you have a love of Coca-Cola, and want to learn more about it, why not head to Atlanta and visit The New World of Coca-Cola, go through the different rooms, and see the different items carrying the Coca-Cola logo, and then end up in the one room throughout the entire place that no one would want to miss if they take this tour, the ‘Taste It!’ lounge, where they can actually enjoy a bottle.
If you like the old crimes and punishments as used in the late 19th century through 20th century of the Wild West then this is the museum for you, outfits used to commit crimes, and the punishments such as a hangman's noose, why not visit this museum, and find everything from Teddy Roosevelt to Bill Clinton era punishments.
An amazing theatre that has been going since 1968, Atlanta's foremost theatre not only works with local communities, but also national and international groups as well, so if you want to watch an amazing show, then why not purchase a ticket, and who knows, you could be watching King Arthur or The Color Purple, this is guaranteed to be an amazing night.
A tradition that is popular in Georgia is the reenactment of the civil war, the state has a range of trails and battlefields for tourists to visit and enjoy learning all about the war and watching the reenactments.
At the present time we are sorry but we do not have any holiday rentals available in Georgia.
Things to do
Wild Animal Safari
The Wild Animal Safari is located in Pine Mountain and offers an interesting selection of animals including; Tigers, Lions, Bears, Buffalo, Rhino and a very special animal, the Liger. A cross between a male Lion and a female Tiger, the Liger is actually larger than the two, a rare, unique and beautiful attraction to the Safari.
The Georgia Aquarium offers a range of stunning attractions and activities to enjoy including a chance to jump in the water with Dolphins and Beluga Whales to touch them and have a unique experience participating in an interactive training session with the animals.
Active Climbing Experience
Active Climbing is an indoor climbing gym, which offers an opportunity to scale 20ft walls and a 40ft roof traverse. The gym also offers other more activities such a yoga and gymnastics.
Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park
Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park offers visitors a range of rides for adults and children of all ages to enjoy. The park has thrill rides from a wooden roller coaster to a 14-story free fall ride. There are rides for children and rides for families to enjoy too. There are also games and gift shops to enjoy when taking a break from the rides.
Savannah Riverboat Cruises
One of Georgia’s most elegant attractions is the opportunity to take a cruise aboard one of Georgia’s paddleboats and take a sightseeing trip down the Savannah River. Meals can be provided and some trips have performances and entertainment.
Georgias largest and busiest airport is the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, which is also the worlds busiest airport by passenger traffic. The second busiest airport in the state is the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. There are several other airports for regional and national travel.
Georgias State Capital is Atlanta, Atlanta’s Metropolitan area is also the largest city in Georgia, there are several other notable cities however, these include; Augusta, Columbus, Savannah and Athens.
Georgias Climate is varied but in generally hot and humid, in summer temperatures can reach 30°C and in winter they drop to around freezing. Georgia is a state where extreme weather conditions are quite frequent. Tornados are common though they are rarely very strong.
Located within the southeastern United States, Georgia shares borders with North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama and Tennessee. Georgia also has a coastline on the Atlantic Ocean.