215 SUNNY DAYS

Although Hilton Head Island is only 12 miles by five miles wide, it boasts 250 restaurants and more than 20 championship courses, earning it the nickname "Golf Island." Courses for every level of play designed by pros like Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye, Fazio, Trent Jones, and many other top players.  With an average of 215 sunny days, you can play nearly every day of the year.  And, there are more than 16 beautiful golf courses off island.  So bring your clubs and play, eat and enjoy our beautiful island.

WHITE SAND BEACHES

Soak up the sun along more than 12 miles of hard-packed beautiful white beaches.  Summer is Hilton Head's high season.  Families of all ages come here to lay in the sun, sleep under an umbrella, read a book, fish or ride a bike on one of the many beautiful beaches. For those of us that live here year-round, the summer brings life to our island.  For the other 9 months, we enjoy quiet time and the beach is a lovely place to go in the spring and fall.  Pull on a sweatshirt, take in the sights and take a walk on the sand.

Island Cuisine

Breakfast at Sunrise Cafe, lunch at The Cottage [try their tequila and lime marinated fish tacos], elegant dining at Michael Anthony's or scrumptiously delicuous NEO's farm to table or Wise Guys small plates, as well as aged steaks.  There are over 250 restaurants on and just off Hilton Head Island. Try the Sea Shack e.g. you will eat on paper plates with plastic utensils and you'll enjoy the best selection of seafood grilled, blackened or fried that Hilton Head offers.

Active lifestyle

Biking, kayaking, deep sea fishing, horseback rides, jet skis, walking, hiking, exploring, museums, theatre, spas, golf, tennis, swimming and more.  You'll find it all here in Hilton Head.  With all the activity available on the island, one's home is still the center of social life on the island.  Let Group 4 build you a new home, renovate an existing one or add a pool for you.  We can help with ideas and will work within your budget.

 

 

sunrise, sunset

Get up early and take a steaming cup of black coffee to watch the sunrise on the beach.  The Atlantic Ocean waves lap quietly and locals enjoy one of the most serene, beautiful moments found on the island.  If getting up early isn't your thing, then take a bottle of wine and some cheese to the beach on a late afternoon and there's nothing quite like the peacefulness you will experience.  Seagulls, pelicans and dolphins will likely play a part in the end of your day.