CHARLESTONS FIVE UNIQUE BEACHES YOU MUST EXPERIENCE! (Part Three)
Sullivan's Island sits at the entrance of the Charleston Harbor and has been the setting for numerous movies, novels, and even great battles (The Battle of Fort Sumter.)
Sullivan's Island isn’t the biggest island in Charleston, at just 3.3 miles Sullivan's Island can be biked across in a matter of minutes; but as the saying goes “big things come in small packages.” What Sullivan's Island lacks in sheer size, it more than makes up for in charm and beauty. Its beachfront lands are owned by the town and protected under easements, forever preserving the beautiful, vital environment they - and visitors from around the world - treasure.
Written by: Robert Judy