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Charleston, SC - Horse and Carriage.

Charleston, South Carolina
In spite of all that Charleston offers, it maintains a small-town charm you'll cherish for years to come. You'll love morning strolls around Colonial Lake and sunset cocktails at restaurants overlooking the water. You'll come to appreciate the intricate artwork in the wrought-iron gates and the lovely Charleston single style of architecture, designed to catch the breeze on sultry afternoons... Read more...

Daniel Island, South Carolina - House.

Daniel Island, South Carolina
Daniel Island features several spacious parks with playgrounds and open grassy spaces and is home to a golf course designed by Tom Fazio that is rapidly earning a reputation as one of the best courses in the area. Each April, the world's best female tennis players compete in the Family Circle Cup at Daniel Island's Family Circle Tennis Center... Read more...

Edisto Island, South Carolina

Edisto Island, SC
Edisto Island is not and will never be a resort island, and that's fine with the residents of this working island community. There will be no high-rise condominium or hotel developments, chain restaurants or strip malls. Edisto Island does have charming local architecture, mom-and-pop businesses and a friendly, laid-back lifestyle where everything moves just a little bit slower than elsewhere... Read more...

Foly Beach - pier, South Carolina

Folly Beach, South Carolina
Today, life on the island revolves more around the ocean than the arts. The Folly Beach Pier, built in 1995, draws anglers from around the world, and the Washout, on the northeastern end of the six-mile-long island, is the premier surfing site in the Southeast. The island also features a full service marina and boat landing... Read more...

Goose Creek, South Carolina

Goose Creek, SC
The first recorded inhabitants of the Goose Creek area were native Americans of the Etiwan and Sewee tribes, who at first welcomed the early settlers, teaching them how to survive the harsh conditions of the frontier... Read more...

Isle of Palms, South Carolina

Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Isle of Palms residents are a short drive from the most complete shopping center in the area. Towne Centre, in Mount Pleasant, was designed to look like a small Southern village and features national department stores and shops as well as locally owned businesses. Also nearby is Shem Creek, home to one of the area's last fishing boat fleets, unusual art galleries and several outstanding restaurants...
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James Island, South Carolina

James Island, SC
Not only is the island located within minutes of downtown Charleston, it is also a short drive from beautiful and eclectic Folly Beach, also known as the "edge of America."It is also famous for the Festival of Lights held each Christ mas at the James Island County Park.... Read more...

Johns Island, South Carolina

Johns Island, South Carolina
Johns Island, located just across the Stono River, has retained its pastoral charm, a veritable sea of tranquility surrounded by the comparatively hurried pace of the rest of the fast-growing Carolina coast. Johns Island is probably best known for the Angel Oak, a huge and ancient tree that sprouted around 10 centuries before Columbus sailed for the New World...
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Kiawah Island, South Carolina

Kiawah Island, SC
Kiawah Island boasts one of the finest collections of golf courses in the country. The island is home to six masterpieces of modern golf course architecture, including the Ocean Course, which hosted the Ryder Cup competition in 1991. It is the only resort in the country that has three courses ranked on Golf Digest's list of America's top 75 resort courses...
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Mount Pleasant, South Carolina - boat

Mt. Pleasant, SC
Originally the home of the Sewee Indians, Mount Pleasant's first white settlers, led by Capt. Florentia O'Sullivan, arrived from England in 1680. The town's name was forever etched in history on Sept. 24, 1860, when a public meeting held there produced South Carolina's first resolution of secession. Shortly thereafter, representatives of seven Southern states met in Charleston to form the Confederate States of America... Read more...

North Charleston, South Carolina

North Charleston, South Carolina
The third largest city in South Carolina, North Charleston has ranked as the state leader in retail sales for 13 years. The city is home to many commercial businesses as well as a newly opened outlet mall just off Interstate-26. To satisfy your hunger after a busy day of shopping, there are many restaurants from which to choose... Read more...

Seabrook Island, South Carolina

Seabrook Island, South Carolina
Seabrook Island offers three-and-a-half miles of magnificent shoreline. Pelican Beach, on the south end of the island, is adjacent to the beach club facilities and serves as a backdrop for outdoor events, weddings, sunbathing and spectacular sunsets. North Beach, one of the widest beaches in the Carolinas, is for residents and visitors who treasure their privacy...Read more...

Sullivans Island, South Carolina

Sullivans Island, South Carolina
Today, Sullivan's Island epitomizes the unhurried, casual lifestyle of a beach community. Residents get around on foot, on bikes or in golf carts. When they need to leave the island, they travel across an old-fashioned drawbridge. There are no hotels of any sort and rental properties are frowned upon in this family-oriented, close-knit community...Read more...

Summerville, South Carolina - boat

Summerville, SC
Summerville offers its residents and visitors excellent local eateries and a variety of chain restaurants, retail shopping and health care facilities. The area is by no means short of recreational opportunities, from golf and tennis to hunting, fishing and boating. And the beaches of the Carolina coast are within a 30-minute drive...Read more...

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