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:
An hour’s drive from Charleston, this unspoiled beach is ideal for eco-tourists, fishing fanatics and families. There is always some lowcountry fun to take part in here, like July’s Billfish Tournament, September’s Shrimp Fest and October’s Bluegrass Festival.
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