Charleston, South Carolina, a city rich in history, tradition, and Southern culture. Nearly 4 million visitors a year consider the greater Charleston area as their destination of choice, which is no surprise after taking into account its reputation for outstanding accommodations, entertainment, and cuisine.
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Historic Downtown District
Charleston’s Historic Downtown District has stood throughout history as the cultural capital of the South and is considered by many to be a living museum, with a wonderful variety of things to do and see. In this beautifully preserved city you can experience tours through historic landmarks, including 18th century homes and plantations, the Battery, museums, churches and the city market. Charleston boasts numerous art galleries that display the city’s impressive appreciation for the visual arts. Charleston maintains all the ingredients necessary for a great vacation.
Folly Beach is a barrier island, six miles long and the closest beach to historical Charleston. Folly Beach is the home of sea, sand, and surfing, historical and cultural sites; a maritime forest; Morris Island Lighthouse; gourmet food, endangered species of birds; and southern hospitality. Folly Beach is a “must see – must visit” place.