Imagine stores devoted to famous-label designers of fashion and furnishings. Imagine one-of-kind specialty boutiques. Hilton Head has them, on and off the Island. Hundreds of stores catering to eclectic tastes mean you’ll find even more than you bargained for. From sweetgrass baskets woven by barrier-island Gullah natives to original Lowcountry art, and high-end fashion to hand-made Christmas ornaments, our shop owners have the items you will treasure. For necessities and sports gear and everyday staples, Hilton Head Island is also host to stores you know from your own hometown.
Coligny Plaza for the past 50 years has been the island’s “downtown”. Come enjoy the charms of over 60 shops and restaurants and an “indie movie theater”. In the summer enjoy nightly entertainment for all ages. Also across the street are more shops at the Beach Market.
The Village at Wexford located at mile marker 10 in between the Sea Pines Circle and the entrance to Shipyard has lots of specialty shops you won’t see anywhere else in the world. Just down the way are the Fresh Market Shoppes.
The Mall at Shelter Cove, Shelter Cove Harbour and the Plaza at Shelter Cove located mid-island across from Palmetto Dunes is a day of shopping in itself! Roam the area to see everything from one – of kind specialty shops to national known chains. Restaurants also will allow you to get fortified to keep shopping all day long.
Pineland Station and Port Royal Plaza are further down the island in between Port Royal Plantation and Hilton Head Plantation. You will find restaurants, art galleries, jewelry store, boutiques to Steinmart that will keep you going.
Main Street Village and Festival Center near Indigo Run and Hilton Head Plantation have pretty much what you will ever need. With a Walmart, Barnes and Noble to exquisite specialty shops and wonderful restaurants there is always great shopping.
Off Island there is the Tanger Outlet Center which is just want it says – savings galore. But for more interesting one-of-kind shopping be sure and visit historic Old Town Bluffton. With a museum, walking tours, many art galleries, restaurants and tons of southern charm, you don’t want to miss it.