With the Port City of Wilmington close by, visit one of the Cape Fear Beaches. You can enjoy beautiful Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach or Kure Beach while being close to historical sites, museums, and great restaurants and shopping.
In addition to the fun and sun at nearby Carolina Beach and Wrightsville Beach, you can experience Civil War history at Fort Fisher Historic Site, which is located on Kure Beach.
Experience Brunswick Islands and Beaches starting with Oak Island and Caswell Beach and nearby Southport. Visit Holden Beach, and enjoy the diversity of Ocean Isle and Sunset Beaches, and the world famous fishing village of Calabash. Brunswick Islands are in Brunswick County, which:
Experience the world famous Blue Crab festival and Shrimp Festival in Little River. Enjoy North Myrtle Beach, which was originally settled by farmers, fisherman and timber harvesters and later became the seaside resorts of Cherry Grove, Ocean Drive, Crescent Beach, and Windy Hill. Learn about Atlantic Beach also known as “the Black Pearl” which was founded in the 1930s by African-Americans during segregation and is now host to the nationally recognized BikeFest. Myrtle Beach is known for its beautiful beaches, entertainment and dining. You can also enjoy nearby Surfside and Garden City Beaches.
The Hammock Coast stretches from lower Garden City to historic Georgetown. The Hammock Coast also includes the village of Murrells Inlet, Huntington State Park, laid back Litchfield, and picturesque Pawley’s Island.
Low County Sea Islands stretch from Georgetown, SC to Daufuskie Island. Experience the rich West African heritage of the Gullah-Geechee culture along the South Carolina coastal region.
Charleston is a beautiful port city with cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages and pastel antebellum houses. The Battery and Waterfront Park overlook Charleston Harbor. The city was founded in 1670 and nearby Fort Sumter is where the first shots of the Civil War rang out.