10 Charming & Prettiest Towns In The Southern US

Beaufort, SC One of South Carolina's oldest towns, Beaufort, was named "Small Town We Love" by Southern Living Magazine. Its gorgeous inland rivers meeting the sea, pleasant Spanish Moss Trail, and historic downtown with waterfront restaurants make the town appealing.

Amelia Island, FL Amelia Island in Florida is a great place for families to relax and experience Old Florida. Instead of high-rise buildings and chain hotels, this beautiful village has miles of picturesque shoreline and delightful mom-and-pop stores.

Fredericksburg, TX In the midst of Texas Hill Country, Fredericksburg's German heritage adds charm. This charming city has a rich history and attracts visitors with its bright attractions, wildflower fields, and peach-picking season.

Blowing Rock, NC Blowing Rock, a mountain getaway, is beautiful. Blowing Rock towers over the Johns River Gorge. You'll find family-friendly activities including fishing, hiking, and Tweetsie Railroad rides at Moses Cone Memorial Park. 

Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, in the Blue Ridge Mountains' foothills, has beautiful wineries and vineyards. Waterfalls and steep mountains are nearby for outdoor enthusiasts. One of Georgia's most scenic mountain towns, it has several activities. 

Marble Falls, TX Marble Falls is between five beautiful lakes and Texas' best vineyards. The city is a great base for exploring the region and offers great sightseeing in Texas's most gorgeous areas.

Natchez, MS Natchez, the oldest Mississippi River town, has the most antebellum houses in the US. It's a popular weekend hideaway from New Orleans, perched on a river bluff where you may enjoy life's simple pleasures. 

North Carolina's Hot Springs Hot Springs promises a peaceful outdoor holiday. Since Native Americans discovered its medicinal hot spring waters, this attractive location has drawn visitors. 

Eureka Springs, AR In the Southern Mountains of northeastern Arkansas, Eureka Springs is charming. Walking around the city center's Historic District reveals well-preserved Victorian buildings and hotels. 

Breaux Bridge, LA Breaux Bridge, the "crawfish capital of the world," attracts people with its annual Crawfish Festival in Cajun country. However, this top Louisiana town's Cajun and Creole food, including world-class crawfish, attracts guests year-round.