Pawleys Island | Palmetto Places

Feel the sand between your toes and hear the gulls cry as you relax in the land of the "arrogantly shabby." Pawleys Island is one of America's oldest resort communities. Look at the weathered houses and observe the rhythmic weaving of the famous Pawleys Island hammock. Get step-by-step instructions for crab cakes, then visit Hobcaw Barony, where Bernard Baruch wined and dined the rich and powerful.

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Pawleys Island, Part 1
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Pawleys Island’s charms are from the natural world: sunrises, seashells, sand dunes, and sea oats. The only rule here is to be laid back and barefoot! Pawleys Island gets its name from the nearby...
Pawleys Island, Part 2
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Pawleys Island has become synonymous with relaxation, through the production of one of South Carolina’s most famous products: The Pawleys Island Hammock. Brett Guarino, vice president of the Pawleys...
Pawleys Island, Part 3
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Another thing synonymous with Pawleys Island is good food. Fishing and shrimping are daily preludes for those living in the area. A perennial favorite dish of Pawleys Island are crab cakes, and chefs...
Pawleys Island, Part 4
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At the southern end of Georgetown lies Hobcaw Barony, a sprawling unspoiled kingdom which was once part of the first colonial estates. John Lord Cartaret, a supporter of King George II of England...