Beaufort

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Featured in the New York Times, and named “Best Small Southern Town” by Southern Living, a “Top 25 Small City Arts Destination” by American Style, and a “Top 50 Adventure Town” by National Geographic Adventure. 

 

Beaufort is located on Port Royal Island, in the heart of the Sea Islands and Lowcountry. The city is well-known for its impressive location and for maintaining its antebellum architecture. Accolades include having been featured in the New York Times, and named “Best Small Southern Town” by Southern Living, a “Top 25 Small City Arts Destination” by American Style, and a “Top 50 Adventure Town” by National Geographic Adventure.

  • Named as “Best Small Southern Town” by Southern Living Magazine
  • Named as “Top 25 Small City Arts Destination” by American Style
  • Named as “Top 50 Adventure Town” by National Geographic Adventure

Beaufort was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1969, and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1973 with a variety of homes, gardens, houses of worship and graveyards featured. Extended efforts at conservation give emphasis on the community’s commitment to maintaining its historic nature, which has attracted popularity from visitors and media outlets.