About Isle Of Palms
Isle of Palms is a barrier island with everything. There’s lush vegetation, from age-old live oaks to the flowering crepe myrtles and oleanders. For the sports-minded, there’s golf, great fishing, crabbing and shrimping. Getting around the island is easy, with most roads having marked bike paths for safety. Bicycle and rollerblade rentals are available on the island.
Live oak trees dripping with Spanish moss are around every corner and crepe myrtles, oleanders, and azaleas are like a scene from a painting. Speaking of, take a painting class, grab a glass of wine and relax here because life is simple on the Isle of Palms. In fact, if you are over 65 you can take a FREE painting class at the local college.
If any island neighborhood typifies the diversity of the Lowcountry it is the Isle of Palms. Crossing the Isle of Palms connector is an amazing experience unto itself. To your left is the resort of Wild Dunes. To your right is the small marina at Breach Inlet and the popular Boathouse restaurant. Go through the only stop light on the Island, and you’ll pass by the Isle of Palms County Park before turning onto the “front beach” area where you will find many small cafes, bistros, restaurants and shops. Wide sweeping views of marsh and the Intracoastal waterway barely prepare one for the dynamic community that welcomes visitors to the coast of South Carolina.
The Isle of Palms is one of the most heavenly, yet completely accessible, places to live. This Atlantic barrier island is home to over 5,000 permanent residents. Islanders make their way to the beach every day of the week by way of any number of public accesses along the shore. Or residents can enter via the lifeguard-attended IOP County Park, which is complete with showers, changing cabanas, and a picnic area. Bicyclists can also make their way to the shore along the bike paths that parallel most city roads. For those interested in water activities, residents can launch their fishing and recreational boats from the Isle of Palms Marina. Anyone looking for real estate in a beautiful, oceanside city in South Carolina, should explore Isle of Palms homes for sale.
Perhaps the best the Isle of Palms offers is peace and quiet. Take a long walk on the beach, find a corner table at a small cafe, or hole up on the porch of your home or villa and read the latest bestseller. For generations these islands have welcomed residents and guests alike, offering lifestyle choices that remind us why we retreat from the cities in the first place. Whether for the tenth or the first time, it’s time you visited the Charleston Coast. Getting around the island is easy, with most roads having
marked bike paths for safety.
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