Loading South Carolina…

South Carolina

South Carolina is a state in the United States of America and is part of the American South. Golden Corner
southern coast Grand Strand
northern coast Greater Charleston
around Charleston and the central coast Greater Columbia
the state capital and uplands Old 96 District
Olde English District
Pee Dee Country
Santee Cooper Country
central South Carolina between the …
Upcountry South Carolina consists of the northwestern corner of the state.
Advertisement
Charleston is a seaport city in the state of South Carolina in the United States of America.
Greater Charleston is a region in South Carolina. Shrimp and Grits.
Greenville has been described as Athens, Georgia for adults.
Grand Stand is a region of South Carolina
Columbia is both the capital city and largest city in South Carolina.
Greater Columbia consists of the cities that surround Columbia, the capital of South Carolina.
Clemson is a city in Pickens County, in Upcountry South Carolina. Clemson Area Transit provides free bus transportation connecting to the surrounding cities of Anderson, Central, Pendleton and Seneca.
Advertisement
Myrtle Beach is a major tourist destination and the central focus of the Grand Strand coast of South Carolina.
Olde English district is a region in South Carolina.
Hilton Head Island is in South Carolina, just across the border from Savannah, Georgia.
Congaree National Park is the only United States National Park in the state of South Carolina.
North Myrtle Beach is a small town in South Carolina with approximately 15,000 residents.
Kiawah Island is a city in Charleston County, South Carolina The nearest airport is Charleston International which is a 30 to 45 minute drive from the island.
Advertisement
Share this Place
Do you like South Carolina? Please link to and share this page.
In Other Languages
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
About Around Guides. Powered by Mapcarta.
Photos provided by Panoramio under the copyright of their owners.