While Myrtle Beach has the college spring breakers, families head further south down the coast to Hilton Head, a 12-mile-long, five-mile-wide island with 14 miles of sandy beaches, world-class golf courses, and more than 100 miles of bike paths.
If you’re looking for peace and quiet, Hilton Head is just for you. But there are still tons of things to see and do. From biking and hiking to fishing and kayaking, or shopping and guided tours to historical and cultural pursuits: A new adventure awaits you around every corner. And with over 350 tennis courts and 24 championship golf courses, there are always lots of fun and games waiting here for you, too. Life’s a beautiful day at the beach—and a whole lot more—on Hilton Head Island.
There are plenty of accommodation options here, from renting a private home to family-friendly hotels to beachside resorts. Hilton Head is a great base for exploring the area… a day trip to Savannah or Charleston will give you a taste of the Old South.
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About Hilton Head, South Carolina
Incorporated as a town in 1983, Hilton Head Island is home to more than 30,000 residents who live year-round in our renowned environmentally planned resort and residential communities. Yet much of the Island remains as it was when sighted from William Hilton’s ship more than 300 years ago. Over the centuries, Hilton Head Island’s natural beauty, spectacular seascapes, exceptional ecology and South Carolina historical sites have beckoned generations of explorers—with Native Americans, English, Spanish, French colonists, pirates, African-Americans and soldiers all leaving their footprints on the sands of South Carolina’s Treasured Coast. And now is the time for you to leave your own footprints in the sand…on Hilton Head Island.
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