Consider Hilton Head the ultimate family-friendly seaside getaway. Home to West African enslaved workers, the Gullah people have become arguably one of the most culturally unique groups in the U.S., with some living in isolation for more than 100 years. They even have their own language known as Geechee or English Creole.
Only 12 miles by 5 miles, Hilton Head has more than 250 restaurants, 200 stores and outlets and 24 golf courses. So there’s plenty to do.