South Carolina has it all- the beautiful beaches, the history, ad many other spots to discover! Whether you are from South Carolina or not, we are sure there are some places you still can enjoy this summer.
We have few recommendations for you!
Charleston Historic District has over 1,400 historic structures, walking through historic neighborhoods such as Radcliffeborough, Ansonborough, Charleston Village, Business District, French Quarter, etc.) Explore these neighbourhoods and much more of Charleston’s southern flavour via a horse and carriage ride through this historic city.
You may take some time to have fun on the beach. Myrtle Beach offers many entertainment, especially Broadway at the Beach. This venue, guests use for shopping, playing mini golf, dining and maybe watch a movie.You can also get a panoramic view of the pristine beach and the surrounding are by riding the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel.
If you love to spend your holiday viewing wildlife, be sure to pay a visit to Huntington Beach State Park. While exploring the park you will encounter many wildlife species including loggerhead turtles and alligators. This park is notable because there are over 300 different species of birds found here, and it is considered the best birding location in South Carolina.
Go golfing at Hilton Head Island. Those that love to play golf head out to Hilton Head Island to one of the many fabulous golf courses located on this tiny island. At Hilton Head, you can spend a day lying on its gorgeous beach, or bike over one of the several bike paths, or walk the nine miles of public access coastline. You can learn to play tennis at Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center, which is considered one of the best tennis schools in the United States. If you wish to spend some time on the water, you can schedule a dolphin-watching tour and spend a day watching these magnificent creatures swim.
According to TripAdvisor, Middleton Place is the number one attraction in South Carolina. Visitors can stroll on the grounds of on the plantation located on the Banks of the Ashley River. This 65-acre complex includes a museum, restaurant, inn, stables, and stable yard. The landscape here is full of beautiful gardens, terraces, and outdoor garden rooms. Middleton Place also has the distinction of being the oldest landscaped gardens in all of America.
Those who enjoy the nature, we recommend visiting Mongolia Plantation. This plantation and gardens has a vast history dating back to the early 1700s. Opening in 1870, Magnolia Plantation has the distinction of being the country’s oldest public access garden. This last large scale romantic style garden is open daily from 9 AM to 5 PM.
And if you are interested in history, see a Civil War Battle Reenanctment at Fort Sumter. On April 12, 1861, the Civil War began following the attack on Fort Sumter. Tourists can now view a reenactment of this event presented by National Park Rangers to get a better understanding of Civil War history. Visitors can also see the ruins of the fort and Charleston Harbor. A 90-minute sightseeing boat tour is also available here that travels along the Cooper River to Fort Sumter National Monument.