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Pavillion Watch Travel Tips

Pavillion Watch Condo Rentals Are Just a Few Steps From the Beach

What's better than waking up and knowing that the beach is right out your front door? Pavilion Watch condo rentals are located exactly where you want to be in Folly Beach: near the beach, of course! In Pavillion Watch beach rentals, an open window means fresh sea breeze will come right in. Plus, there's a great view of the ocean!

Folly Beach: A History of Good Times

Folly Beach wasn't always a happy place: people sometimes called it "Coffin Island" due to a shipwreck in the 1700's. However, early settlers named it Folly Beach because they saw trees for the first time in a long while, and a clump of trees was called a "folly" in old English. Once the name "Coffin Island" faded away, Folly Beach turned into a favorite vacation spot, especially for the Charleston townspeople. It is now known as one of South Carolina's most popular shorelines.

Famous Names in Folly Beach

When you stay in Folly Beach vacation rentals, it's fun to remember the rich history of Folly Beach. In the 1930's, Folly Beach hosted Glen Miller, Tommy Dorsey and Guy Lombardo, who danced on the Atlantic Pavillion. In Pavillion Watch condo rentals, you are not too far from the location of the old pavilion where the stars once performed.

Nightlife in Folly Beach

Pavillion Watch beach rentals are not far from the downtown area of Folly Beach, where you can grab a bite to eat or even catch some live music. There's no shortage of seafood, and you can also find pizza, tacos, fried food (you're in the south, after all), and all kinds of other eats. On the walk over, be sure to check out the stars!

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