Hollywood loves the Lowcountry. Whether it’s feature films, scripted dramas for television, Netflix series, HBO original programming, or reality shows, there’s a whole lot of filming going on around here. Keep an eye peeled, because another major motion picture is being filmed on the Isle of Palms right now.
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Tripadvisor recently published the winners of their "Best Of" lists for 2022, and several Charleston restaurants showed up on the Fine Dining list, as well as the Everyday Eats list. Charleston is a city that celebrates food, and loves to eat. So if you're a foodie and are planning a visit to the Isle of Palms, make sure you check out the restaurants below, and plan some time in Charleston!
Learn about what's new at the Charleston Airport, from new airlines to more seating and more gates, to more curbside check-in options.
Jaunt is a new electric shuttle ride service that is launching in select locations in South Carolina, including the Isle of Palms starting in September!
Charleston International Airport is getting more and more new direct flights all the time. LA, Phoenix, New Orleans, and Norfolk are just a few of the newest.
Well, it’s official… What we locals, visitors, and Charleston-lovers have known for quite some time, has been voted on, decided, and declared. Charleston is THE best city in the whole United States to visit.
The Marina at the Isle of Palms is a hub of island activity, and it’s undergoing some major changes lately, with a lot to show for all the work and money spent.
There’s some exciting news on the flying front for folks traveling to and from Charleston.
It’s been a spring like no other, but fortunately things are looking up, with more businesses reopening each day.
It’s now officially peak season. Our Isle of Palms luxury rentals are fully open. Similarly, more and more local entities are opening their doors, including restaurants,...
Loggerhead nesting time along the coast of South Carolina and beyond has officially begun.
May 1st marks the start of loggerhead nesting season, which will last through the end of October.
Loggerheads - those gentle giants of the sea, and unofficial mascots of the Lowcountry ...