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Beaufort, South Carolina | The curving, tidal Beaufort River wraps around the 303-year-old downtown and offers up terrific scenery in most directions. And then there's the leafy historic district itself, filled with 18th-, 19th-, and 20th-century architecture, from tiny cottages and fish shacks to indigo-planters' mansions and wide piazzas. | SouthernLiving.com
America's Happiest Seaside Towns | 1. Beaufort, South Carolina | This town is a fun stop over a bit off of 95~cute shops, restaurants on the water and some nice art galleries and my husband had to go BC his favorite movie "The Big Chill" was filmed here..
50 Things to Do in Historic Beaufort, SC and Sea Islands | Visit Beaufort South Carolina | Tracey Conley
Beaufort, SC: How can you be anything but in love with a town that has these kinds of water views?
Sunrise, Hunting Island State Park, out side Beaufort, SC. You can camp right over the dunes.
This charming 2-bedroom cottage in Beaufort, South Carolina, is notable for being the first one-room schoolhouse built in the area in the mid-1800s.
Old Sheldon Church Ruins, Sheldon, Beaufort County, SC~Old Sheldon Church was built in 1745 as the church of Prince William Parish. It was burned by the British in May 1779. It was rebuilt, then burned again in January 1865 by General Sherman's troops. The walls remain today and it is a spectacular place to visit.
Thomas Rhett house (now the Rhett House Inn) in Beaufort, SC was built ca. 1820. Margaret Mitchell visited this area while writing "Gone with the Wind" and named her main character after the Rhett family of Beaufort and Charleston and the Butler family of Atlanta.
5. Beaufort, South Carolina. Impressive antebellum architecture. Beaufort was chosen 'Best Small Southern Town' by Southern Living magazine.
Explore the Carolina Lowcountry | Between Savannah and Charleston lies a stretch of land lined with oak trees, pristine coastline, and all the barbecue and fresh seafood you can eat. | SouthernLiving.com