South Carolina Beaches

When you visit South Carolina beaches, you venture into rare, wonderful island cultures. The coastline stretches nearly 200 miles, dotted with islands of white sands, seashells, moss-draped oaks, seaside golf courses and island resorts.

An appealing sub-tropical climate sets the atmosphere. All along the South Carolina coastline, beautiful bays have evolved with many beaches nestled within them. The entire region is rich with history stemming back to the sixteenth century.

South Carolina Beaches - There's Nothing Finer!

Ah, the famed Myrtle Beach isn't the only beach on the SC coast! Take a look at the islands and bays that offer you the full taste of South Carolina's coastal living.

Murrells Inlet
Fantastic restaurants, the Marsh Walk, charter fishing, water sports - this historic fishing village has more to offer than meets the eye!

Isle of PalmsThe minute you set your bare feet down, you'll know this is not your typical beach. This amazing beach retreat has been winning awards for years...

Kiawah Island SC
Enjoy a luxury vacation at this meticulously planned resort island. Five world-class golf courses, two tennis complexes and a resort community share 10 miles of spectacular beaches rich with wildlife.

Edisto Island SC
A beach vacation on Edisto Beach will take you back in time. With quiet unspoiled beaches and rental homes full of southern charm, this is a refuge for both wildlife and beach lovers.

folly beach sc lighthouse

Chart Your Course for Beaches in South Carolina

At the northern part of the coastline, the Grand Strand begins the line of beaches. Spend a week at the world-famous Myrtle Beach - guaranteed you'll never run out of things to do! Go fishing at Murrells Inlet, and eat some of the best seafood on the east coast.

Drive south a ways on Hwy 17 and you'll reach the Charleston area, which features stunning beaches of Isle of Palms, Sullivan's Island and Folly Beach. Just below them are Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island.

Keep driving south and you'll get to the "Low Country" where the Spanish moss hangs from the live oaks and alligators sun on the banks of lagoons. You'll find the immaculate Edisto Beach, one of South Carolina's shining stars. To treat yourself to a world class SC beach rental, head to luxurious Hilton Head Island.