Girls walking to the beach on summer vacation. Coligny Beach Park, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA
When you think about travel, you want to stay away from the mean cities. You want to go somewhere where the people are friendly, the food is delicious and there is never a lack of things to do as well as relaxation. Two South Carolina towns make the list of sweetest to visit in the country.
One of those South Carolina cities is Charleston. What? You haven’t been? Then you must. It is not far from the Charlotte area and there you will find sweet people, history and did I mention that Charleston is becoming a real foodie town. Check out where the Civil War started, the Citadel is there and the food culture is amazing. Plus you will be very near Isle of Palms, Folly Beach and Kiawah Island.
Not too far from Charleston is another notable city for sweetness. I’m embarrassed to say I have never been to Beaufort and it is so sweet. It’s described as “southern hospitality” at it’s finest. Sweet people, beautiful shores, history and just 90 miles From Charleston.
You could almost make both these sweet towns a destination on one fabulous trip. To learn more about these sweet and friendly cities and others around the country, get details right here from MSN via The Travel.
US News Says This Vacation Destination Is The Best Place In South Carolina To Call Home
We love a friendly rivalry between cities. And we love to see who comes out on top in those rivalries when publications put together different lists. This time it’s the Best Places To Live. And this list comes from a reputable source- US News and World Report. As South Carolina residents we know there are plenty of fantastic places to call home in the Palmetto State. There is something for everyone. Each year US News ranks the best places to live in the US, and while two North Carolina cities made the top 10, some South Carolina cities weren’t too far behind as great cities to call home!
And the top cities to call home in South Carolina? It’s not what I would have guessed. In fact, it’s a place you probably visit, and maybe even have a vacation home at. I would have thought the bigger cities would have topped this vacation destination as a place to call home in South Carolina though. You can read all the information on the methodology US News uses in ranking cities here. Below you’ll find the top 5 places to live in South Carolina. Why seven? It’s the cities that are among the nation’s 150 most populous. You’ll also see where they stack up overall against the rest of the United States. And below that, you’ll find the top places to live in the US.
You can read the full list from US News & World Report here.