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Historic Sites in Hilton Head

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Despite what some may call a sleepy town, Hilton Head Island turns up the heat when it comes to things to do and places to go. Enjoy many opportunities for adventure, exploration, and relaxation that Hilton Head provides for guests visiting the Island, many within walking or biking distance from your vacation rental villa or house. Tee off on a championship golf course, play tennis or treat yourself to lessons at a world-class racquet club, explore or relax on the pristine beaches of soft sand or enjoy the calm waters of the beaches which are ideal for sunning, swimming, volleyball or long romantic walks. You may also choose to hike, spend an afternoon horseback riding, bike the miles and miles of paved trails, kayak, boat or fish along the South Carolina coast!

Daufuskie Island Cruise

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Discover Daufuskie Island and take a drip back in time to one of the last semi-developed Sea Islands in the Lowcountry. Along the way to mysterious Daufuskie you will see and hear about the said to be haunted Haig Point Lighthouse, the ruins of the Antebellum slave quarters, Srachen Mansion and many other interesting sights.

Gullah Tours

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Gullah is the West African based system of traditions, customs, beliefs, art forms and family life that have survived centuries of slavery and more than a century of free lifestyle. It is the Unique Culture of enslaved West African who inhabit the Sea Islands of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida prior and since the Civil War.

Historical Cemetery

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Zion Cemetery, with the massive Baynard mausoleum built in 1846, marks the location of the Chapel of Ease. The Hilton Head Island Episcopal Church off Ease of St. Luke’s Parish was built c. 1786 under the direction of Isaac Fripp and Captain John Stoney.

Indian Shell Ring

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Make sure to visit the 4,000 years old Native American site nestled inside the Forest Preserve. This unique ring, one of only 20 still remaining, is a national treasure now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Once inside the Sea Pines Plantation ($5 all day guest pass per car) admission to the Natural Wonder Forest Preserve and Indian Shell Ring is free.