South Carolina

Dawn on Myrtle Beach

South Carolina

When the British attacked Sullivan's Island in 1776, Charleston was one of America's most prosperous cities, and South Carolina was Britain's richest possession. Today, South Carolina is rich in history and boasts an array of attractions that make this southern state a great honeymoon location. From its historical sites to its beaches, from state parks to golf courses, a honeymoon in South Carolina can combine a glimpse into America's past with all of the expectations that comtemporary honeymoon couples have for romance that is rooted in the present.

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Highlights
South Carolina has one foot in the past and can showcase it with the historic district in Charleston and Revolutionary War battlefields. It's other foot is stepping into the future with luxurious resorts, musical entertainment, and first-class golf courses.
Geography/Environment
Mountains in the northwest help to protect the state from cold air. It's coastal region lies near the Gulf Stream which keeps those areas warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.
Activities
Enjoy the beaches and many islands for boating, swimming, and some great fishing. Be sure to take in some of the history and beauty as well as some of America's best golf.
Climate and Weather