While Charleston is known for its historic district, the city also has pristine beaches nearby perfect for escaping the crowds. From Isle of Palms to Folly Beach, see the city’s best beaches.Filed under:
If you’re a nature lover -- or just looking for a bit of solitude -- this 7-mile-long undeveloped barrier island and wilderness habitat is the perfect beach to explore. And it’s a particular draw for bird watchers, with its nearly 300 species of birds, making it home to one of the largest bird populations on South Carolina’s coast.
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