Links to Coastal Georgia & Carolina Low Country
The history and culture of coastal Georgia and South Carolina was initially shaped 300 years ago with the interplay of the original native Americans, migratory Spanish and English that led to an influx of planters, slaves, Gullah Geechee sea island inhabitants, and pre-colonial era farmers with their families seeking a better way of life. Each succeeding century saw changes all across the landscape through war and peace amidst great prosperity and sustenance living. Many millions of visitors are attracted annually to our major tourism destination to view our forefather's rich legacy in this sea island low country paradise. Here are some of our favorite attractions.
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