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Hilton Head Island is well known as one of the ultimate vacation spots, especially for anyone who loves pristine beaches, great tennis, world-class golf, fishing, and a wide variety of water sports—not to mention world-class restaurants and great shopping. While this represents Hilton Head Island as a whole, there are actually numerous different Hilton Head Island communities which make up this whole. Whether you live on Hilton Head Island Island or are visiting as a visitor, each Hilton Head Island community has something special to offer.You won’t find any street lights, buildings more than five stories tall, or neon signs on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, which includes 12 miles of pristine beaches, rolling golf greens and swaying palmetto trees. What you will find on your Hilton Head Island vacation is an eco-friendly paradise and a culture steeped in African-influenced Gullah history.
As the second largest Barrier Island on the East Coast of the United States, Hilton Head Island has earned a much-deserved reputation as a haven for luxury vacations, but beneath the polished surface lie keys to the centuries-old Gullah culture. Gullah represents one of the oldest surviving cultures in the United States and Hilton Head Island boasts some of its most important landmarks.
Each of the numerous Hilton Head Island communities has something special to offer, and together they create the full Hilton Head Island Island experience.