Historic Charleston & Resort Beaches

Charleston, South Carolina is a priceless relic of the Old South, brimming with history, culture and elegance. You could spend your whole life exploring the enchanting Charleston beaches and remarkable restaurants – and many people do! Tranquil shoreline resorts such as Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Wild Dunes and Edisto Island are your gateway to sparkling beaches, lavish accommodations, unequaled recreation facilities and mouth-watering Southern and coastal cuisine. A Charleston beach vacation is your opportunity to experience and embrace the extraordinary charm of South Carolina. Bull Island provides a chance to marvel at the area’s natural beauty, and Folly Beach, a popular destination on Charleston beach vacations, is just minutes away.

Kiawah Island

Seabrook Island

Bull Island

Folly Beach

Isle of Palms

Bull Island
Part of the 62,000-acre Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, secluded Bulls Island offers an exciting day-trip adventure for history buffs, nature lovers or those who just want to get away for a day of exploring.
Folly Beach
Calm and relaxed, Folly Beach is arguably the best beach in South Carolina. Known as "the edge of America," Folly Beach is a seven-mile-long barrier reef located just eight miles south of Charleston.
Isle of Palms
Seven miles long and one mile wide, this all-in-one city offers activities for everyone from families to couples to seniors. The city takes great pride in its environmentally friendly atmosphere.
Kiawah Island
With 10 miles of undisturbed Atlantic beach, five world-renowned golf courses and only 21 miles from historic Charleston, it's no wonder so many visitors come to Kiawah Island.
Seabrook Island
Only 23 miles from historic Charleston, Seabrook Island Resort offers 2,200 acres of lush forest, beautiful salt marshes and a pristine beach.

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