Hilton Head has beautiful sandy beaches and miles of biking trails to explore, but there’s plenty of shopping to be had as well! If you’ve been touched a bit too much by the sun or the forecast is calling for rain, our Hilton Head shopping guide has you covered.

Shelter Cove Towne Center

Considered to be Hilton Head Island’s premier waterside destination, Shelter Cove Towne Center has plenty to keep you busy. Buy a few things for your wardrobe in any one of the boutique clothing stores before popping into LashN Nail Spa for a beach-worthy pedicure. And with everything from fine dining to Starbucks, you won’t have to leave if you shop up an appetite!

Main Street Village

The Main Street Village is another all-inclusive shopping destination in Hilton Head. Grab groceries for the week at Harris Teeter or a burger and beer at the Main Street Island Pub.

Village at Wexford

They take the art of shopping to a whole new level at the Village of Wexford. You could spend hours (and lots of $$$) in their eclectic mix of retailers. From fine art to custom stationery and even an olive oil tasting bar, it’s clear to see just how elevated the shopping experience truly is.

Harbour Town

Located at the Sea Pines Resort, Harbour Town is a unique shopping destination thanks to its iconic lighthouse. After shopping for souvenirs, clothing, or jewelry, be sure to visit the museum and gift shop at the top of the Harbour Town Lighthouse.

Coligny Plaza Shopping Center

The kids will love the duck pond and pirate ship play area at the Coligny Plaza Shopping Center, while the parents will enjoy the wide variety of shops. Be sure to check out their event calendar for live music and other fun events.

Tanger Outlets

For some, Tanger Outlets have become a shopping staple on every vacation. Luckily, you can enjoy their famous bargains on high-quality products and clothing at the Tanger Outlet in Hilton Head.

Bargain Box

If you’d like your purchases while on vacation to make an impact, consider shopping at the Bargain Box. Initially started by three ladies from the First Presbyterian Church in 1965 to help the working residents of the island, it has since grown to provide support for local social agencies and charities. You’ll find a wonderland of treasures here, and all for a good cause!

Thanks to our Hilton Head Shopping Guide, your vacation doesn’t have to be ruined by sunburn or rainy days.