Photographer: Rosemary Fields
You Will Love This Place if You’re Looking for a Quiet, Lowkey Spot
Hilton Head Island can be described as a slow paced, quiet and low-key spot. It’s worth mentioning the sunsets and sunrises. It was gorgeous and worth waking up early for.
This town doesn’t really feel like a tourist destination because it feels mostly like living local when you are there. There are several restaurants with really good food so plan on going out most nights.
It’s hard to say which restaurant is the best because each have amazing food with a view to match. A few worth mentioning: Hudsons, Old Oyster Factory and Dockside.
Hilton Head Island’s most famous and visited marina, Harbour Town offers shopping, dining, live entertainment, watersports, fishing charters, sightseeing cruises and a covered pier. The unique setting is also home to the famed Harbour Town Lighthouse, Liberty Oak and Gregg Russell Harbour Town Playground.
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