Welcome to the Lowcountry — named for its barely-above-high-tide geology, distinguished by a laissez-faire approach to life and famous for its foods: shrimp and grits with Tasso ham sauce, crab in many ingenious incarnations and the eponymous Lowcounty Boil. You won’t find high-powered beach bars like the Jersey Shore’s Stone Pony or the endless seaside dunes of Cape Hatteras. Instead there are seemingly limitless expanses of salt marsh and barrier islands with hard-packed sand beaches that can be thronged with sun seekers or deserted, depending on your location. An agricultural coast that once thrived on plantations that produced rice and long-staple Sea Island cotton has been transformed over the past half century into a playground that alternately exploits and preserves its heritage.
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