Charleston South Carolina

Charleston South Carolina, founded in 1670, is the oldest and largest city in the state of South Carolina. The city lies just south of the mid-point of South Carolina’s coastline and is about 100 miles from the Georgia border. Home to many museums, historical sites, and other attractions, Charleston is often included in the list of Top 10 cities to live in or visit. Charleston offers something for people of all ages, so come spend a weekend down in the Low Country.

History lovers will enjoy visiting numerous historic sites such as Middleton Place, home to beautiful gardens year round that also has a restaurant to grab a bite to eat. Fort Sumter National Monument, which is accessed by a ferry ride, is a must see for Civil War enthusiasts.

Food lovers will find that Charleston is known for fantastic fresh seafood as well. There are several culinary tours of Charleston that allow you to get a taste of just about everything!

For more information on Charleston South Carolina please visit Charleston South Carolina’s Wikipedia Page. Save money on your next vacation to Charleston South Carolina by booking a vacation rental rather than a hotel room. Vacation rentals typically give you more space than a hotel room will and often are in a better location. Book your next vacation rental in Charleston South Carolina today!

 

 

Folly Beach

The city of Folly Beach is a barrier island, six miles long and is the closest beach to historical Charleston South Carolina. Folly Beach is about 11 miles south of downtown Charleston and runs along the Atlantic Ocean. With a total area of 18.9 square miles, this quaint beach town, known as “The Edge of America” to locals, is home to numerous surf spots, the most popular being Washout, which is at 10th street and the Folly Beach Pier.

There is plenty to do for people of all ages here in Folly Beach. From kayaking and canoeing to numerous boat tours and historic sight-seeing adventures, you can find something that will be fun for everyone. The Folly Beach Fishing Pier is also great to visit as well as Morris Island to see the historic lighthouse.

 

If you like to get out on the water, there are numerous boating activities from deep sea fishing to working with a certified sailing instructor. You can also cruise through the backwaters of Folly Island in search of dolphin and other sea-life in their natural habitat.

For more information on Folly Beach South Carolina, please visit Folly Beach’s Wikipedia Page. Save money on your next vacation to Folly Beach in Charleston South Carolina by booking a vacation rental rather than a hotel room. Vacation rentals typically give you more space than a hotel room will and often are in a better location. Book your next vacation rental in Folly Beach today!

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