The state of South Carolina in The United States of America is one of the most interesting and historical places that you can visit in the country. A South Carolina holiday is not only about indulging in outdoor pursuits; it is a chance to learn more about the significant history and wars that have taken place on American soil through the centuries. A South Carolina holiday rental house acts as the perfect base in which to rest comfortably after a full and exciting day out.
A South Carolina holiday is certainly a great choice for those visitors who want to get out and about to enjoy themselves. In terms of activities there is a wide variety available on a South Carolina holiday including walking, cycling, golf, tennis, basketball, paragliding, surfing, diving, swimming and sailing to name but a few.
If you can prise yourself away from your comfortable South Carolina holiday rental house then there are many great towns and cities worth visiting in the state. One city not to be missed is the largest in South Carolina, Charleston. Originally called Charles Towne, the city was given the nickname “The Holy City” for its numerous churches and religious buildings built there through the years. As well as some wonderful historical buildings to see in Charleston, there are many museums and art galleries including the Gibbes Museum of Art, the historic Heyward-Washington House and the Charleston Museum, which was, in fact, the first museum ever built in North America.
Should you now be considering reserving a wonderful South Carolina holiday rental house then you will be delighted to hear that you can enjoy a humid Subtropical climate. The warmest months of the year to have a South Carolina holiday tend to be June, July and August when the daytime temperature can reach as much as 33°C. The cooler months of January and February still offer up daytime temperatures of at least 15°C. Travellers will need to note that there are risks of tropical cyclones affecting the state during Hurricane season which runs from June to November. The annual rainfall amount for the state is 45 inches.
Travel to South Carolina, North America Travellers on a South Carolina holiday can land at various airports within the state but are likely to arrive at Charleston International Airport (CHS). Air operators that offer cheap, regular flights to the area include KLM, Air France, American Airlines and United Airlines. Passengers can depart from various UK airports such as Liverpool (LPL), Edinburgh (EDI), Heathrow (LHR), Gatwick (LGW) and Manchester (MAN).