Beaufort is known for being the second oldest town in this state and it consists of many beautiful buildings and historical spots. Beaufort was founded by the British colonists in the year 1711. The main attractions of this town include a stunning waterfront, an energetic cultural scene known for hosting numerous festivals each year, and a huge variety of water sports. The water sports in this town are so popular that National Geographic listed it as the 7th best waterfront adventure town.
This town was founded in the late 1860s and it consists of many historical buildings. These days McClellanville is commonly known as a fishing village, but there was a time when it used to contain a huge number of plantations. The historical buildings just mentioned are also listed on the national register of historic places. With that said, McClellanville is still an amazing the fishing village, you’ll absolutely love the fresh taste of seafood you eat here.
Edisto Island is an ideal option if you like to spend quiet evenings along the coast. This area was inhabited by American Indians for many centuries and they can still be found today. Before slavery was abolished in the United States, many African slaves used to live in this part of the country. It is an extremely important and humbling experience for all visitors of South Carolina to witness.
A small city consisting of fewer than 5000 people, Travelers Rest is well known for having many activities for locals and the tourists. If you want to enjoy hiking while experiencing 3 different waterfalls, Wildcat wayside mountain bridge is the place you must visit. Other attractions of Travelers Rest include Sun-rift adventures, Carolina Honey Bee Company, copperhead mountain distillery, and the tasting room, which includes huge varieties of wine and beer.
York is a small town in South Carolina having little more than 6000 inhabitants. This town became inhabited in early 1750s and most of the settlers had migrated from Virginia and Pennsylvania. Before migration events took place, this city was home to Catawba Indians. In modern days, the most interesting places of York includes the windy hills and peach tree orchards, The Sylvia Theater, and McCelvey Center.