No matter which way you wear it, Hilton Head style is always in fashion. Shop our local boutiques and brand name stores spread throughout the island, and stop by to have a great meal at any of these shopping destinations.
If Hilton Head had a downtown, this would be it. Not only does Coligny have a beach market, steps away from the sandy shoreline, but it also has a whole center full of quirky shops and great restaurants across the street. It’s where all of the people staying at vacation rentals, condos and hotels on North and South Forest Beach can go for a day full of fun, especially since it has its own public beach park.
If you’re looking for the biggest shopping, dining and beach-driven destination on Hilton Head, then look no further. Coligny Plaza is home to over 60 shops and restaurants, as well as a movie theater, outdoor vendors and even live entertainment. Coligny Plaza has everything you need to have a fabulous time.
For more information about Coligny Plaza, call (843) 842-6050.
Coligny Beach Market
Right next to Coligny Beach Park is the Coligny Beach Market, a smaller division of Coligny Plaza, where a handful of shops and restaurants sit alongside the shores of Coligny, offering beachgoers a little more than sand and sun. The best part about the Beach Market is that you don’t have to pack anything for the beach. If you forget something, it is all available right next to the beach.
Sea Pines doesn’t just have one shopping destination, but three! While South Beach boasts the beach, and the one and only Salty Dog Cafe, Harbour Town is home to the island’s most famous landmark – the red-and-white-striped lighthouse – right off the Calibogue Sound. And in Sea Pines, you can’t forget about the Sea Pines Center, which offers a diverse ambience with decorative accessories, antiques, vintage shops, boutiques and resort wear.
For more information or directions, call (866) 561-8802 and press 0 to speak with an operator.
Harbour Town is not just home to Hilton Head’s most known landmark, the Harbour Town Lighthouse, but also a mix of great shops. Ranging from the flip flop carrying, t-shirt saturated Camp Hilton Head to high end resort wear boutiques like Taffeta and Seasons, everyone’s fashion needs are covered. Harbour Town is the perfect place for a leisurely shopping day where everyone will find something.
Sea Pines Center
71 Lighthouse Rd.
The Sea Pines Center offers a diverse ambience with decorative accessories shops like Pyramids that offer homey island decor, antiques, vintage shops boutiques and resort wear. This secluded shopping spot offers a more personal and homey shopping experience with the mossy oak trees hanging overhead, and adorable trolley cars. Sea Pines Center is the perfect place to find home decor to bring back with you to use year round.
Of you’ll want to visit South Beach stop at the Salty Dog Cafe and get a t-shirt from the Salty Dog T-shirt Factory, but this unique waterfront destination should also be on your “to visit” list for Hilton Head because its a boardwalk-like center full of great shops and restaurants right on a dock over the water. It might not have as many shops as some of the other centers, but the view and experience is worth it in itself. Plus, in addition to Salty Dog and Jake’s Cargo, South Beach also has boutiques that carry Spartina bracelets and bags, as well as kids clothes, unique finds for your home and other fun souvenirs.
Shelter Cove Towne Centre
Hilton Head’s newest shopping destination, doesn’t just boast beautiful views of Broad Creek, but also a handful of great shops like Island Couture and Coastal Bliss, as well as fantastic food from Poseidon, New York Pizza and many more. With the newly redesigned Shelter Cove Community Park at the rear of the shopping centre, both children and adults alike can have their fill of fun at Shelter Cove Towne Centre.
For more information about the Shelter Cove Towne Centre, call (843) 686-3090.
The Plaza at Shelter Cove
50 Shelter Cove Lane
And right next to the Towne Centre is The Plaza at Shelter Cove, home to TJ Maxx, Whole Foods Market, as well as an array eateries and retail stores, the liquor store and Piggly Wiggly. It’s a great place to spend the afternoon getting a manicure, but also because you’ll be able to finish all your errands without having to drive all around the island.
For more information about The Plaza at Shelter Cove, call (704) 804-5801.
Shelter Cove Harbour
Right down the street from The Plaza and the new Towne Centre is Shelter Cove Harbour, which is much more than just a shopping destination. With everything from Mexican to Mediterranean food, small fashion boutiques to art galleries, as well as water sports, boat tours and more operating out of the marina year round, Shelter Cove Harbour is the perfect place for both vacationers and locals alike.
For more information about Shelter Cove Harbour, call (800) 516-1277.
1414 Island Road
If you’re looking for brand names and a place to spend your entire day shopping, then look no further. The Tanger Outlets on Hilton Head have more than 85 stores in their two locations off of Highway 278. Boasting such brands as Nike, Kate Spade and many more, Tanger is bound to have that perfect something you’re looking for. It’s also famous for its 20% off coupons, which can be found on their website, and that you can use at any store located within the outlets.
For more information about the Tanger Outlets, call (843) 837-5410.
The Village at Wexford
1000 William Hilton Parkway
The Village at Wexford, located on William Hilton Parkway near Mile Marker 10, offers visitors a quaint shopping experience with specialty shops, art galleries, a spa, restaurants and even hosts weddings throughout the season. The village is also home to the one and only Java Burrito, a mexican and coffee joint. With 30 of the best stores and restaurants in the Hilton Head and Bluffton area, The Village at Wexford is a must stop shopping destination.
Main Street Village
Main Street Village is the center you’re going to want to go to for a fun, old-fashioned, downtown shopping experience. Several locally-owned and -operated merchants, restaurants, and service-oriented businesses are located in this secret center off of William Hilton Parkway and Whooping Crane Way. With the Stock Exchange consignment shop, Pink House Gallery, and even the Legends Sports Gallery, Main Street Village has your shopping needs covered, and with everything from the American eatery Frankie Bones, to the Italian Wise Guys, everyone is sure to find something great to eat at Main Street Village.
For more information, call (678) 424-1325 or (678) 938-1415.
Port Royal Plaza
95 Mathews Drive
This smaller shopping plaza offers a great balance of name brand stores like Radio Shack, but balances it out with wonderful Hilton Head Island original eateries such as Bella Italia, Fiesta Fresh and the main draw, Okko Restaurant, a delicious Asian fusion restaurant. With all the eatery options, Port Royal Plaza is the go to restaurant destination that both vacationers and natives alike look for.
For more information about the Port Royal Plaza, call (843) 681-4200.