Discover white sand beaches, stunning sunsets and all that Daufuskie Island and Callawassie Island have to offer.
HISTORIC ISLAND WITH MANY AMENITIES
Daufuskie Island, located between Hilton Head Island and Savannah, is the southernmost inhabited sea island in South Carolina. With over 3 miles (5 km) of beachfront, Daufuskie is surrounded by the waters of Calibogue Sound, the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. Accessible only by ferry or barge, and with a full-time population of just over 400, Daufuskie Island contains environmental preserves, private communities, resorts, Gullah houses, diverse art galleries and history. The island was named a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places due to its Gullah and Civil War history. The island is also the setting of Pat Conroy’s memoir The Water Is Wide recounting Conroy’s experiences teaching on Daufuskie in the 1960s.
ISLAND LIVING AT ITS FINEST
Callawassie Island is centrally located 17 miles (27 km) southwest of Beaufort, South Carolina and 30 miles (48 km) northeast of Savannah, Georgia. The island is entirely surrounded by salt marshes and tidal creeks. Access to Callawassie is by a half mile causeway or by boat via the deep waters of the Colleton River. The owners of 717 homes and home sites have access to 33 lagoons, three parks, one butterfly garden, and three rookeries, as well as a 27-hole golf course designed by Tom Fazio, six Har-Tru tennis courts, two pools, two clubhouses, two kayak launch docks, and three community fishing/crabbing docks, which also provide boat slips for both long-term and daily dockage.
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