Villa:2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, Sleeps 8 Location:Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, United States Description:433 Captains Walk-Oceanfront, walk right from your patio to the pool & ocean. FROM THE 1st FLOOR, EVERYTHING'S EASY TO GET TO! You can't ask for ...
Villa:3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, Sleeps 8 Location:Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, United States Description:412 Captains Walk-Oceanfront Views,Heated Pool & Spa - Pretty! We cannot overstate the feeling of calm when looking out across the private boardwa...
Home:3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, Sleeps 10 Location:Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, United States Description:Please note these Check-in Day Requirements for this property: May 31 2016 - Jun 24 2016 : Saturday check-in required. Saturday check-out required....
There was a day when Hilton Head Island was accessible only by boat or ferry. That was over 50 years ago, and now Hilton Head ranks as one of the most popular destinations not just in South Carolina, but in the United States and the world.
But that popularity has not come at a price. City planners have made sure that Hilton Head doesn't become another beach resort town--not that there's anything wrong with beach resort towns. Sometimes, you just need something a little different, and Hilton Head Island gives it to you.
Planning has ensured that high-quality design is incorporated into the architecture, whether it's a home or business. There are more than 25 miles of bike paths and walking trails, which helps you enjoy the island in a way you never could inside of a car.
Of course, Hilton Head is the place for upscale golf. There are 40 courses in the area, and a few of the must plays are Harbour Town Golf Links, The Robert Trent Jones Course at Palmetto Dunes, Crescent Pointe Golf Club and more. If you're looking for value, try Old South Golf Links, Galleon Course, Brigantine Couse and Clipper Course.
Hilton Head's not just enjoying a bucolic South Carolina coastal town and golf. There are nine miles of baby powder soft beaches along the warm Atlantic Ocean. The average ocean temperature is 82 degrees. Two beaches to check out are Alder Lane and Coligny Beach.
After a day at the beach, enjoy shopping and a great meal in Harbour Town. It's on the marina and features the red and white lighthouse that Hilton Head is famous for. You can also rent wave runners, book dolphin tours, and find just about any souvenir you want.
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