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Dolphin Cove Marina is located in South Carolina.
South Carolina is a US state located in the southeastern part of the country, and its neighbors are North Carolina and Georgia. Its eastern coast is bathing in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, and the state’s capital city is Columbia. South Carolina offers plenty cultural and historical objectives, as well as numerous beautiful locations on the coast and not only.
South Carolina used to be inhabited by the Native American tribes such as the Cherokee, the Yamasee, or the Catawba. The first European explorers who set foot in this region were the Spanish, in the 16th century. The British colonists were the ones who founded the first settlements here. The state joined the union in 1788.
South Carolina provides travelers a fascinating experience through its beautiful natural attractions like the Caesars Head State Park in Cleveland, a huge area of lush vegetation and rivers where tourist can hike and admire the panoramic view of the Table Rock.
Fort Sumter is another top destination where tourists can admire ruins and learn more about the civil war in one of the museums.
The Magnolia Plantation and Gardens are an excellent place to admire wildlife species of plants and exotic animals that are hosted in the local zoo.
HollyWild Animal Park is another fascinating place where tourists can observe free animals in their natural habitat.
Johns Island is a sought after destination for people who want to unwind in nature; this is the biggest island in the state.
The South Carolina plantations lure thousands of visitors with their surreal species of plants.
This state is home to some of the most beautiful lakes in the country: Lake Marion, Lake Moultrie, Russell Lake, Lake Strom Thurmond, Lake Wateree, Lake Keowee, Lake Wateree, Lake Hartwell, Lake Wylie.
For those who enjoy the sea, some of the best destinations in South Carolina are the Hilton Head Island, with its picturesque and casual beaches, the Myrtle Beach with its huge strip of sand and plenty touristic facilities, the Fripp Island, the Saint Helena Island, Folly Beach, the Isle of Palms or Kiawah Island. Many travelers come to these places to sail, and they just book a berth, or hang on the beach for some time. MarinaReservation.com can provide fast berth booking solutions for anyone.
Tourists who want to roam the cities can visit Columbia which offers interest points like the South Carolina State Museum, the South Carolina State House, the Robert Mills House, the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum, the Old Campus District or the Columbia Museum of Art.
Charleston is also rich in historical and touristic attractions like the South Carolina Aquarium, the Charleston Museum, the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, the Gibbes Museum of Art, the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, the Heyward-Washington House, the Confederate Museum, and the City Market.
South Carolina is a fascinating destination both for native tourists and for foreigners. The state’s immense cultural heritage and splendid sights are worth seeing by anyone who has the chance to visit The States.
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