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Welcome to the South Carolina Lowcountry and it’s Sea Islands…

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As you travel south on South Carolina’s Highway 21 you begin to notice the subtle charms and alluring beauty of the South Carolina Lowcountry. The beautiful and historic town of Beaufort, South Carolina, offers a warm welcome to this part of the world we call home.

Rich in culture and natural beauty, this area is often chosen as the backdrop for blockbuster movies such as the Prince of Tides, The Big Chill, Forrest Gump, Something to Talk About, The War, Jungle Book, The Great Santini and many others. Please take a few moments to explore our website to help you better understand what the Sea Islands of Beaufort South Carolina have to offer you.

With a myriad of year round activities available for residents of the Lowcountry, an exciting day and another enjoyable evening is always just around the corner. For outdoor lovers there is boating, sailing, fishing, crabbing, shrimping, kayaking, bird watching, beach combing, biking, golfing, and tennis. And for those rainy days, there are arts festivals, cultural events, performing arts, world-class cuisine, and local history unlike anywhere else in the world. Click on the links provide to visit some of our communities and other some of the many Sea Islands in and around Beaufort South Carolina.

Beaufort in the Movies

It has been 30 years since Colonel Bull Meecham first flew his Marine fighter jet over the friendly skies of Beaufort, South Carolina. Colonel Meecham is of course the central character from the Pat Conroy novel, The Great Santini. The story was so compelling that Hollywood took notice, and in 1978 filmmakers came to this tiny sea island to scout for the movie. The rest, as they say, is history. More than 20 movies have used the Lowcountry’s sweeping marsh vistas and jungle-like vegetation as backdrops for successful movies including Forrest Gump, The Prince of Tides, The Big Chill, and Rules of Engagement. For more information about Beaufort and the surrounding sea islands visit.

Explore our website to help you better understand what community living in Beaufort, South Carolina has to offer. I offer a comprehensive online real estate experience dedicated to the Sea Islands of Beaufort South Carolina and the surrounding Beaufort Communities. These Beaufort Communities include available homes, homesites, lots, oceanfront property, waterfront property and golf course property. I have more than 20 years of real estate experience in finding future residents or investors the perfect Lowcountry Beaufort community or Sea Island property. If you have an interest in Beaufort, South Carolina, we can help you with your South Carolina real estate needs.

50 Things To Do In Beaufort, SC
1. Stay in a historic, cozy downtown bed and breakfast
2. Enjoy all the fresh local seafood available at all our great local restaurants
3. Sit on a park bench or swing and drink in the beauty and tranquility
4. Shop and stroll along historic Bay Street
5. Soak in the abundance of history
6. Climb The Lighthouse at Hunting Island
7. Build and customize your own Kazoobie Kazoo
8. Visit Parris Island for a Friday Marine graduation
9. Sail with the dolphins with a river tour on the Prince of Tides
10. Take the haunted ghost tours through Beaufort during Halloween
11. Take Wood’s Bridge down into Beaufort and enjoy the one-of-a-kind view
12. Walk the Marsh Boardwalk/Fishing Pier at Hunting Island
13. See “The Big Chill House” and other famous film locations
14. Catching reds on the fly in the Beaufort marsh
15. Visit Beaufort in July for the Water Festival
16. Learn the culture of Penn Center
17. Kayak through the rivers and marshes
18. Take a carriage ride through historic Beaufort
19. Watch the Marine/Navy aircrafts fly over the city
20. Go to a drive in movie
21. Get something yummy from Southern Sweets.Things to Do in Beaufort, SC
22. Enjoy a Shrimp Burger at the famous Shrimp Shack
23. Visit The Old Fort Ruins on St. Helena Island
24. Have lunch and/or dinner on the Waterfront
25. Visit the Sheldon Church Ruins
26. Admire our majestic live oak trees or take the Beaufort Tree Walk
27. Walk the Pointe and check out all the old homes
28. Enjoy the Shrimp Festival every October
29. Vacation with the family on Fripp Island
30. Buy a sweet grass basket in St. Helena
31. Visit the museum on Parris Island
32. Embrace the Gullah culture
33. Enjoy the abundant wildlife or bird watch out at Cypress Wetlands
34. Visit The Arsenal (location of the Beaufort Visitor Center!)
35. Enjoy the view of the Spanish moss-covered tree canopies
36. Visit Beaufort National Cemetery
37. Swing on the bench swings in the Waterfront Park
38. Buy fresh seafood to take home and cook
39. Shop the stores and galleries in downtown Frogmore on St. Helena Island
40. Eat dinner dock-side in Port Royal
41. Be a "snowbird" on Harbor Island
42. Visit Parris Island on The 4th of July featuring fireworks and the Marine Band
43. Visit Moon Doggies Cafe in Port Royal for some fried pickles
44. Stand on Hunting Island beach and watch the shrimp boats come and go
45. Buy fresh produce from one of the many farmers markets in the area.
46. Take time to talk to the locals. It's amazing how nice the people are!
47. Come enjoy the Beaufort International Film Festival
48. Go to Sands Beach in Port Royal
49. Relax on the beach at Harbor Island
50. Take the kids to the play place in Waterfront Park