Vacationing on the Charleston, SC Beaches this Year for Christmas Break

Have you made plans for Christmas break? If not, December is a great time of year to come down to the Lowcountry and the Charleston beaches. Although last year saw extremely mild temperatures on Christmas, this year will prove to be more seasonal in much of the United States, especially if you live on the East Coast. That means cold temperatures, snow, ice, and other not so favorable conditions.

We’re happy to report that Charleston is usually relatively mild around the time of Christmas, so you’ll more likely than not enjoy great weather as you celebrate the season with family and friends. If you’re looking for a milder Christmas vacation with ample opportunities for relaxation and fun, you can’t go wrong with Charleston, SC.

What Kind of a Vacation Would You Like?

Carolina One is proud to offer vacation rentals in Isle of Palms and Folly Beach. Isle of Palms features an oceanfront county park, pristine beaches, and a small-town feel. It also includes the world-famous Wild Dunes Beach and Racquet Club. If you’re looking for a quiet time spent with friends and family where you can enjoy the perks of community living, Isle of Palms may be the choice.

Folly Beach, on the other hand, is incredibly family-oriented, offering many different activities geared to a wide variety of interests. You can go surfing, fishing, swimming, and more. In addition to that, no Folly Beach vacation is complete without walking and birdwatching along the 1,045-foot Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier.

And remember, both locations are incredibly close to downtown Charleston where you can enjoy all of the amenities of a major metropolitan city.

Contact Us Today to Learn More about Available Rentals 

Are you thinking about looking at vacation rentals in Isle of Palms, SC or Folly Beach, SC? Contact us today toll-free at (800) 342-2105. Rentals are going fast. Take advantage of off-season prices and enjoy a Christmas like no other when you choose to stay at the beaches of Charleston. 

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