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South CarolinaUnited States of America

South Carolina

Enjoy miles of beaches, endless golf opportunities andold-fashioned Southern charm in this South Atlantic state.

Visit South Carolina’s golfcourses and sandy beaches for a relaxing vacation in this welcoming state. Myrtle Beach is a magnet for golfersand beach-lovers, popular for spring breaks for people of all ages. Select fromover 100 golf courses around this Atlantic Coast city for a different venueevery day. Enjoy 60 miles (100 kilometers) of beautiful sandy beaches or trythe city’s attractions of mini-golf, theme parks, nightclubs, The Carolina Opry and over 1,400restaurants.

Elsewhere on the state’s southerncoast, visit Hilton Head and Kiawah Island for upscale golf andbeach experiences. Tour the forest preserve, wildlife refuge, Harbour Town Lighthouse and Arts Center when you’re not on the sandor greens.

Become immersed in the Old Southin Charleston. As you take ahorse-drawn tour, your driver will regale you with stories and legends aboutthis historic southern city, its plantations, antebellum buildings and ghosts.Walk south of Broad Street to see elegant old homes and gardens. The firstshots of the American Civil War were fired at Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor. Visit the Fort Sumter National Monument to learn local details about thathistoric event.

Join thousands every April for theCooper River Bridge 10K Run across Charleston’s Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge. Take the popular stroll across thisstunning cable-stayed structure any time of year or admire it from Waterfront Park. Attend an autumnfootball game at The Citadel military college and appreciateviews of the striking white Moorish buildings against a blue sky and thebleachers full of uniformed cadets.

Inland, visit Columbia, the state capital, for cultural pursuits at its zoo, State Museum and Museum of Art as well as the ConfederateMuseum. Congaree National Parkis a mix of swamp and forest. See tall trees while following the elevatedBoardwalk Loop through the park.

Greenville has one of thenation’s prettiest downtowns, with a circular bridge overlooking a tree-linedgorge, complete with free wifi.

As its slogan suggests, SouthCarolina truly offers smiling faces and beautiful places.

Popular cities in South Carolina

Charleston
Charleston
Known for Shopping, Historical and Tour
Visit America’s first museum and theater, stroll through historic plantation gardens and savor Southern dining at its best in subtropical Charleston.

Reasons to visit

  • Waterfront Park
  • Port of Charleston Cruise Terminal
  • South Carolina Aquarium
Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach
Known for Beach View, Sea and Walking
For family days on the beach, a week of golf with friends or exploring and playing in the town’s attractions, this South Carolina beach town is superb.

Reasons to visit

  • North Myrtle Beach Beaches
  • Murrells Inlet Beach
  • Broadway at the Beach
South Carolina State House
Columbia
Known for University, Sport and Zoo
Wander the wide boulevards of this graceful city to discover stately homes, galleries, museums, entertainment venues, recreational parks and a zoo with a botanical garden.

Reasons to visit

  • Finlay Park
  • Congaree National Park
  • South Carolina State House
Hilton Head featuring general coastal views and a sandy beach as well as an individual female
Hilton Head
Known for Beach View, Family-friendly and Sea
This South Carolina barrier island attracts visitors for its laid-back atmosphere and activities, including beachcombing, golf, nature hikes and fine dining.

Reasons to visit

  • Ocean Course at The Sea Pines Resort
  • Coligny Plaza
Greenville featuring a city, a bridge and a river or creek
Greenville
Known for Dining, Shopping and River View
Outdoor attractions, a lively downtown and the backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains make this town one of South Carolina’s most enchanting destinations.

Reasons to visit

  • Falls Park on the Reedy