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Harbour Town Lighthouse
The 90-foot, red-and-white striped tower of the Harbour Town Lighthouse is the visual centerpiece of the popular Sea Pines. Completed in 1970, this was the first privately financed lighthouse to be built since the early 1800s. Visitors who climb the lighthouse steps will find an excellent spot from which to view Hilton Head Island. Aside from the marvelous view of Harbour Town and Hilton Head Island, visitors are treated to The Shop At The Top – a wonderful Hilton Head shopping experience.
Salty Dog Café
Visit one of Hilton Head Island’s “must sees”. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with waterfront dining , entertainment, cold drinks and a full menu including island favorites. While there, make sure to learn the legend of Jake, the Salt Dog and keep your eye out for the newest salty dog, Jake III.
Dolphin & Nature Cruises
Explore the Salt Marshes of the area where you will see lots of Lowcountry wildlife as well as beautiful homes and of course, dolphins and wildlife. There are a variety of cruises to choose from to fit everyone’s schedules and budgets. Make sure to bring your camera along for some spectacular photo opportunities.
Historic Town of Bluffton
Journey to the charming village of Bluffton. Here you will find historic homes, a beautiful 1857 Gothic-style Church of the Cross, and the classic revival 1853 Campbell Chapel AME Church whose members have held services for over 100 years. These are the only structures to survive destruction during the Civil War.
Hilton Head Island is one of the country's foremost golf destinations. Golf Digest named Hilton Head Island Number 10 on its list of the world's best golf resorts. With breath taking oceanfront courses, challenging riverside courses, golf courses that wind through the centuries-old oak groves, courses along tidal marshes or pristine lakes and lagoons, and golf courses designed by PGA's most widely known players, Hilton Head Island is sure to provide you with a memorable golf experience.
Learn about the unique Gullah culture on an escorted tour or enjoy some of the tasty dishes at Dye’s Gullah Fixin’. If you’re lucky, you may also catch an artist selling Sweet Grass Baskets. The special Sweet grass sewing techniques have been passed down for at least 400 years, and the baskets symbolize the ultimate example of the preservation of Gullah culture.