Edisto Beach has four miles of sandy beach with 32 public access points. The entire island is part of the ACE Basin National Wildlife Preserve. The island has a variety of stores, restaurants, and service businesses. We think Edisto Beach is one of the most serene places in South Carolina. We visited The Edisto Island Museum, a walk-thru history and celebration of the Gullah Geechee Culture. The Gullah people are descendants of enslaved Central and Western Africans, and the museum provides historical context of the arrival of their enslaved ancestors. Our experience in Edisto was great; delicious seafood, quiet time on the beach, and relaxing in our beachside rental home. We do recommend you include this gem of a place on your travel bucket list.
~Editor@Urban Media Today