In Hilton Head, there are countless things to do, including must-see attractions that are well-liked by both locals and visitors. Every year, it draws around 2.5 million visitors.
The Sea Pines Forest Preserve has served as a protected place for boardwalks, bridle routes, bridges, fishing, and outdoor adventure.
The Harbour Town Lighthouse, considered to be Hilton Head's most beloved landmark, has been a welcoming sight for travellers for more than 40 years.
Visitors may choose from 60 shops and eateries in Coligny Plaza, including ones selling jewellery, presents, clothing, and other items.
Coligny Beach Park is a complete beach park with outdoor showers, bathrooms, changing areas, and a selection of seating areas. It is not simply a beach access point.
With almost 900 residential apartments, stores, a marina, a plaza, parks, and an amazing outdoor retail and entertainment complex, Shelter Cove is a mixed-use neighbourhood.
The entire island of Hilton Head is connected with bike routes. Cycling throughout the island is safe and quick because to the many main routes that they follow.
With a yearly migrating bird population of thousands, Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge is a crucial link in the chain of wildlife refuges along the Atlantic Flyway.
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