Did you know?

  • The island is shaped like a running shoe.
  • Hilton Head Island was the first Eco-planned destination in the United States.
  • The average, year-round temperature during the day is 70 degrees Fahrenheit. This mild climate is due to the island's location on the Gulf Stream.
  • The island has about 39,000 permanent residents, but over 2.5 million visitors annually.
  • Hilton Head Island is the largest barrier island off of the Atlantic coast.

Welcome to
Hilton Head, South Carolina

Where to Stay

1 Oak Court

1 Oak Court
Hilton Head, SC
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26 Oak Court

26 Oak Court
Hilton Head, SC
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Anchorage Villas

3 Shelter Cove Lane
Hilton Head, SC
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Fazio Villas

35 Carnoustie Road
Hilton Head, SC
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Forest Beach Villas

10 South Foest Beach Drive
Hilton Head, SC
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Hilton Head Beach Club

11 Tanglewood Drive
Hilton Head, SC
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Island Beach and Tennis Admirals Row

40 Folly Field Road
Hilton Head Island, SC
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Island Beach And Tennis Resort

40 Folly Field Rd
Hilton Head Island, SC
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Island House

25 DeAllyon Avenue
Hilton Head, SC
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Island House VIP

25 DeAllyon Avenue
Hilton Head, SC
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Sands Village at Forest Beach

21 Lagoon Road
Hilton Head, SC
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42 South Forest Beach Road
Hilton Head, SC
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Spinnaker at Shipyard

10 Barcelona Drive
Hilton Head, SC
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Surf Court Villas

26 South Forest Beach Drive
Hilton Head, SC
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The Breakers VIP

4 North Forest Beach Drive
Hilton Head, SC
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"What a great day to be at Hilton Head and enjoying the vivid blue skies."
- Patricia T., client since 2013


  • WineFest


    The Annual WineFest is the largest outdoor, tented wine tasting on the East Coast, featuring over 1,500 domestic and international wines.
  • St. Patrick's Day Parade

    St. Patrick's Day Parade

    The Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade brings together over 20,000 people to celebrate Irish pride.
  • HarbourFest


    HarbourFest runs every Tuesday night from June to August at Shelter Cove Marina. This event features arts and crafts, live entertainment, and fireworks at sunset. There is a special HarbourFest celebration on July 4th.
  • The RBC Heritage Golf Classic

    The RBC Heritage Golf Classic

    This is one of the busiest times of the year in Hilton Head. The Heritage is attended by many famous people and takes place at Harbour Town Golf Links in Sea Pines Resort.
  • Celebrity Golf Tournament

    Celebrity Golf Tournament

    The Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament is held over Labor Day weekend at the Robert Trent Jones Course in Palmetto Dunes, the Pete Dye Course at Colleton River and the Harbour Town Golf Links in The Sea Pines Resort. To date, the tournament has contributed to 18 children's charities.
  • Concours d'Elegance and Motoring Festival

    Concours d'Elegance & Motoring Festival

    The Annual Concours d'Elegance & Motoring Festival features world-class vintage and antique autos, Italian sports cars and American muscle cars from all over the country.

"We had a wonderful time playing tennis, swimming in the warm ocean and riding bikes."
- Walter P., client since 2003

Places to Go

  • Hilton Head Island Bike Trails

    Hilton Head Island Bike Trails

    Over 100 miles of flat, paved trails offer the perfect opportunity for you to explore the island on bicycle. Whether you're a beginning cycler or more on the advanced side, you're sure to enjoy biking Hilton head, which is rated as the number one thing to do on Trip Advisor.
  • Sailing and Dolphin Tours

    Sailing and Dolphin Tours

    Explore the Atlantic Ocean like you never have before. Spend a day out on the water as you sail and experience the gorgeous sunset, take a dolphin watching adventure or just feel the ocean breeze as you relax on the boat.
  • Palmetto Dunes Golf Course

    Palmetto Dunes Golf Course

    As just one of the many prestigious golf courses on Hilton Head Island, Palmetto Dunes was named the World's Best Golf Resort by Travel & Leisure Golf. The three unique championship golf courses that Palmetto Dunes features all contain gorgeous green conditions, a variety of layouts and some even feature beautiful ocean views.
  • Coligny Beach

    Coligny Beach Park

    Spend the day relaxing at Coligny Beach, which offers many amenities to Hilton Head travelers including swings, rocking chairs, free parking, restrooms, bike racks and more. Take a stroll on one of the many pathways or dip your toes in the Atlantic as you walk along the shore. Right across from the beach, you will find Coligny Shopping Plaza where you can shop and dine.
  • Fishing Charters and Tours

    Fishing Charters and Tours

    Because Hilton Head is so close to the Gulf Stream, the island offers prime deep sea fishing. Catch sea trout, white flounder, redfish, grouper, Crevalle jack and much more. Keep in mind that fishing licenses are required for both saltwater and freshwater fishing.
  • Harbour Town Lighthouse

    Harbour Town Lighthouse

    Learn about the history of this signature red-and-white lighthouse as you climb up to the top, with each level teaching visitors about Hilton Head Island. Designed by Charles Fraser in 1970, the Harbour Town Lighthouse is recognized worldwide as a notable symbol for the island.

"Always a fun summer on Hilton Head Island!"
- Lisa W., client since 1999


Fly directly into Hilton Head through the smaller airport, Hilton Head Airport (HXD). Or, if you prefer to fly into a larger airport, take a flight to Savannah/Hilton Head International (SAV), located in Savannah, Georgia and get a rental car for to drive 45 minutes to the island. Once on the island, there are many transportation options including taxis, limos and shuttle services. However, if you prefer to explore the island on your own schedule, it's recommended that you get a car.

Take a Day Trip

Historic Savannah, GA 45 Minutes
Charleston, SC 2 Hours
Beufort, SC 1 Hour

"Love the fun and sun at Hilton Head!"
- Janet C., client since 2013