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Best Ever Town!

CHS, Charleston

Nominated by a leading American lifestyle magazine as one of the ‘Best Ever Towns’ in the States, the charming and welcoming Charleston, South Carolina, is an essential destination for visitors. This historic and beautiful port offers great cultural events, idyllic scenery, and fun outdoor activities.

Benefitting from a lovely climate, beautiful landscape and plentiful waterways, strolling through Charleston in the high season you will be rewarded with the fabulous scent of jasmine, gardenia and honeysuckle. The horse-drawn carriages journeying down the cobblestoned streets will take you back to the era of the Civil War.

This historic destination was named after Charles II, and Charleston abounds with examples of the traditional and appealing architecture of the time. The nearby Lowcountry boasts unspoiled barrier islands and more than 90 miles of coastline – much of the lifestyle revolves around the water. From fishing in tidal creeks, to kayaking and offshore boat races, there are many outdoor activities, including a myriad of sporting activities.

Basketball is popular and since Charleston was named ‘America’s Best Tennis Town’, this is celebrated year-round on a wide variety of courts. In 1768, one of North America’s first golf clubs was established in the Lowcountry and golf is now well-served, with international tournaments taking place regularly .

Important cultural events include the Spoleto Arts Festival – acclaimed throughout America – presenting traditional and contemporary opera, classical music and jazz. Other stage performances include theatre, ballet, and contemporary dance. There are also readings of literary works and visual arts exhibitions.