Hilton Head, SC
Whether you refer to it by its full name of Hilton Head Island or simply “Hilton Head”, it’s easy to see why this beautiful South Carolina resort town is a popular vacation destination. Home to famous golf courses, sparkling sandy beaches, and diverse culture, this southern jewel is one you’ll likely want to return to year after year.
Pack your clubs and hit the links on any of the island’s 21 golf courses. Hilton Head is home to world-renown golf courses, recently being honored as number 10 on Golf Digest’s list of best golf resorts worldwide. The island’s world class courses were designed by legends of the sport such as Robert Trent Jones Sr., and Jack “Golden Bear” Nicklaus. Hilton Head is also host to the RBC Heritage, an annual PGA Tour event. In its 47 years, the RBC Heritage has brought golf icons like Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer, and Greg Norman to the island. Even if you don’t want to play a round, you may still have the opportunity to leave Hilton Head with fond memories.
Golf aside, the island offers visitors many outdoor activities* to partake in with your spouse or the entire family. Bike trails and boat tours are popular Hilton Head activities, as are dolphin and whale watching, and jet skiing. Or, take a stroll through the wildlife refuges and nature preserves.
Hilton Head is also home to a vibrant cultural scene, with art galleries, museums, and live entertainment. After a full day of working up an appetite exploring all the island has to offer, dine at any of Hilton Head’s 295 delicious restaurants. Alternatively, you can grab your umbrella, a lawn chair, and a cool drink and relax on the beach.
It doesn’t matter if you’re an avid golfer, or simply looking to relax for a couple days, Hilton Head can offer a little something for everyone. To explore more of South Carolina’s shores, visit one of our resorts in Myrtle Beach, or if you want to explore other featured vacations, visit our Space-A destinations page for both domestic and international deals.
- Coastal Discovery Museum
- Harbour Town Light
- Arts Center of Coastal Carolina
- Coligny Beach
- Sea Pines Forest Preserve
- Shelter Cove Marina