11 Southern Destinations That Smell Like Fall Candles

Asheville, North Carolina:

Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville offers crisp mountain air and the scent of pine and autumn leaves.

Charleston, South Carolina:

The historic charm of Charleston is enhanced by the fragrance of old oak trees, Spanish moss, and the sea breeze.

Great Smoky Mountains:

The Smokies come alive with vibrant fall foliage, and the air is filled with the scents of pine, damp earth, and the sweet aroma of changing leaves.


Spanish moss-draped trees, historic architecture, and the scent of magnolias create a nostalgic and inviting atmosphere in Savannah during the fall months.

North Carolina:

Driving along the Blue Ridge Parkway during the fall offers breathtaking views of the changing leaves and the crisp scent of mountain air.


Natchez's antebellum homes, surrounded by ancient live oaks and magnolias, provide a backdrop for the fragrant scents of fall in the South.


The Ozarks boast beautiful autumn colors and the earthy aroma of the forest. Hiking trails and scenic overlooks make this a perfect destination for a fall getaway.


With the Tennessee River, Lookout Mountain, and vibrant foliage, Chattanooga provides a delightful mix of fall scents and picturesque landscapes.


While New Orleans is known for its unique scents year-round, the fall brings a mix of spices from local cuisine, the scent of autumn blooms, and a touch of coolness in the air.

Shenandoah Valley:

The Shenandoah Valley transforms into a kaleidoscope of fall colors, and the air carries the fragrance of apples, pumpkins, and the surrounding forests.

Hot Springs:

Nestled in the Ouachita Mountains, Hot Springs offers the scent of pine and crisp fall air, complemented by the soothing warmth of the natural hot springs for which the town is named.

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