Seabrook Island Beach

Featuring two championship golf courses, a tournament-ready tennis centre, full service equestrian centre, and a fitness and aquatics complex, this seaside spot, 30 minutes’ outside Charleston is primed for action-packed adventurers. 

And of course, there are the unspoilt beaches too - this barrier island is home to two beautiful sweeps of sand - Pelican Beach and North Beach. Both of them offer sunshine, beautiful views, and hours of enjoyment. However, each has their own unique aspects which keep the islanders flocking to them.

Pelican Beach is a great spot for young children and families. This is where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Edisto River. The soft waves and gentle currents make this the perfect place for swimming, floating, sunbathing and building sandcastles. Don’t leave your camera behind and be sure to catch the sunset. With its vivid sunsets and evening skies, it is the go-to place for photographers chasing that perfect photo. 

North Beach is just as beautiful, and it’s a great place for active families and nature lovers. In addition to being a nice open space for walking, biking and sandcastle building, this is one of a few beaches in South Carolina to offer horseback riding right next to the shore. 

There’s tonnes of wildlife to be seen at North Beach too, from dolphins to turtles to native birds and more. Wildlife enthusiasts can observe some of Seabrook Island’s most interesting neighbors in the sanctuary retreat.

Warm temperatures and close proximity to Kiawah River and Edisto River make both beaches ideal for swimmers. In fact, swimming is one of the most popular activities at both Seabrook Island Beaches. If all this isn’t enough, there’s always the nearby beach club, complete with an oceanfront pool, lounge chairs, cafes, and towel service.

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