One Of The Most Remote Beaches In South Carolina Is Also The Most Magnificent

South Carolina’s 187-mile coastline, although beautiful, has but a few spots that are unspoiled by man. Some, like the boneyard beach at Bulls Island near Awendaw, are only accessible by boat, but there is one that anyone with a car, bike, or even enough foot power, can reach. Its accessibility, combined with the untouched beach, make it the most magnificent remote beach in South Carolina.

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Driftwood Beach is located at Botany Bay Beach. The parking area doesn’t have an address, but here is nearby Botany Bay Heritage Plantation’s Address: 1066 Botany Bay Road, Edisto Island, SC, 29438.

Have you been to Driftwood Beach at Botany Bay recently? One of the most remote beaches in South Carolina is also one of the most photographed. We’d love to see your photos in our comments!