Enjoy an eclectic arts scene, championship golf courses, tennis, beaches, trails and the Daufuskie Island Rum Company.
Daufuskie Island, found between Hilton Head Island and Savannah, GA, enjoys notoriety as South Carolina’s southernmost inhabited sea island. Because there is no bridge to the mainland, you can only access Daufuskie via private boat or ferry. The island’s few paved roads and many golf carts add to the island’s quaint feel. Once on shore, enjoy pristine beaches and top rated golf.
Five miles long and 2.5 miles wide, Daufuskie real estate includes Lowcountry beachfront homes, cozy cottages, and waterfront lots. In addition, area artifacts suggest the island was inhabited over 9,000 years ago. The culture of the European settlers and the Gullah people remain rich and evident.
The island enjoys an eclectic arts scene, championship golf courses and the Daufuskie Island Rum Company. Haig Point, a private community, lies among 1,050 acres and offers 29 championship holes for golfers. There’s also an equestrian center, Club House, and much more. Other island offerings include:
- Daufuskie Crab Company
- Lucy Bell’s
- Daufuskie Wine and Woodworks
- Silver Dew Pottery
- The Iron Fish Gallery & Studio
- The Strachan Mansion and the 1837 Lighthouse
- Golf Cart Tours
- Horseback riding
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