Spring break

Spring Break Is Almost Here! Visit Charleston for a Fun and Relaxing Escape!

Spring break is the perfect time to visit Charleston and experience the great weather, the fantastic food scene, and the endless beauty. If you’re considering a trip, Charleston is the ideal spring break destination. This blog will cover downtown activities such as bars, restaurants, museums, and hang-out spots. Spring break is just the start; download our Destination Guide for even more Charleston musts! Inside, you’ll find all the top things to do, from outdoor adventures to top beaches to visit during your vacation! Now let’s dive into the top activities for Spring break! Now let’s spring break Charleston, SC style!

Spring Break Charleston, SC 

Bars 

The Rooftop at The Vendue 

Located in the city’s heart, The Rooftop at The Vendue is the perfect place to sip on a cold beer or cocktail and enjoy the city’s sights. Some popular drink options include the Sunset Spritz, Caught in the rain, and the cucumber margarita. Beer-wise, try the local Edmund’s Oast Leather Jacket Porter or the Holy City Pilsner. They also have great food options if you want to grab a bite. 

The Cocktail Club 

Located on King Street, The Cocktail Club is another great spot for spring sipping! They also feature a rooftop bar; here, you can sample their signature cocktails and fall in love with each one. They also feature live music and good vibes, so stop by! 

Restaurants 

Halls Chophouse 

Halls Chophouse is a Charleston classic and offers delicious steaks, seafood, and cocktails. If you’re looking for an unforgettable meal, Halls is the spot. The chefs create dishes using only the finest ingredients available. Coming to Hall’s is a Charleston must! 

Indaco 

A more casual spot in town in Indaco! They serve rustic Italian cuisine in a charming and relaxing atmosphere. Start with marinated olives, then try their Tagliatelle for your entree; you won’t be disappointed! 

Downtown Activities 

The Battery 

The Battery is a must! Walking The Battery means you’ll see some of the most historical sites in Charleston. Beautiful historic homes line the streets, and you can see Fort Sumter, Castle Pinckney, and USS Yorktown. This area provides a view of many local landmarks all in one place!  

Rainbow Row 

Rainbow Row is located just down the street and has 13 historic antebellum homes. This is one of the most well-known photo spots in the city, and it is easy to see why! Snide a few pictures with your friends before heading to the beach! 

Beaches 

Folly Beach 

Located south of downtown, Folly Beach is a lively and fun place to enjoy spring break activities! Lounge on the beach, hit up one of the laid-back restaurants, or walk the streets and find your favorite gift shop! You have to make a spring break stop here! 

Sullivan’s Island 

Located north of downtown Charleston, Sullivan’s Island is a more laid-back residential beach, so this is the ideal spot for some peace and quiet during spring break. Soak up some sun, enjoy local seafood on Middle Street, and peruse the boutique shops. 

Isle of Palms 

Isle of Palms is the farthest north and has a mixed feel of quiet streets and lively spots. Excellent restaurants and a beautiful beach exist, so prepare for a fun-filled day! 

Make Charleston, SC, Your Spring Break Destination!

Now that your activities are covered find your spring break vacation rental home with Charleston Coast Vacations! Our homes are on Folly BeachSullivan’s Island, and Isle of Palms, so hitting the beach is easy! We even have rentals with pools, so you don’t have to leave your rental! Historic charm, beautiful weather, local eats, and breathtaking beaches make Charleston the ultimate spring break destination! We can’t wait to welcome you here. 

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