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About Edisto Beach: Generations of people have known and loved Edisto Beach for its simplicity and natural beauty.

Two main roads wrap around the beach-side community so that no matter where you are, you’re never too far away to hear the surf pound against the shore. A handful of restaurants and bars, shops and galleries, fish markets and roadside stands complete this island town.

There’s not much to do here, but that’s just the way we like it. There’s no glitz and glam; no night clubs or shopping malls; there’s not even a stop light. Locals and visitors alike take part in swimming, watersports, boating, golfing, eco-tours, fishing, hiking, and taking advantage of Edisto’s proximity to historic Charleston.

The Atlantic Ocean provides a way of life for many of the locals who take part in the fishing and shrimping industry, and it’s the foundation for the millions of memories made upon it.

Visitors stay in one of the many rental homes available that range from cozy cottages to modern mini-mansions. Some homes stand right on the beach in the midst of sand dunes and sea oats, while others offer stunning salt-marsh views.

Edisto Beach is becoming a go-to destination all year long for anyone looking to get away from the real world and relax in the South Carolina lowcountry. Hot summers, warm springs and falls, and mild winters guarantee that visitors can take advantage of all that Edisto offers anytime.

Deciding where to stay, where to eat, what to do, and who to contact while visiting Edisto Beach is easily done on EdistoBeach.com. The website provides information about local restaurants, souvenir shops, area churches, county parks, current events, and everything else pertaining to Edisto Beach.