The original vision of a tasteful, world-class getaway is here in every detail – and within a stroll or a short bike ride.
Golfers awake to see Sea Pines’ own Pete Dye Heron Point course, and choose tee times at 30 other courses in the area.
Beach lovers wile away the hours amid the island breezes on sands that have often appeared among the world’s top 10.
Shopping is just a stroll across Lighthouse Road, in The Shops at Sea Pines Center, where you’ll find everything from fine food and beverages to clothing and jewelry to a weekly farmers’ market.
Art lovers find a gallery right there. And just down the road, Morris & Whitesides is in the famous Red Piano Gallery space, site of the Lowcountry’s first fine art collection. Just the beginning of a big-city art and theater experience nestled in the heart of nature.
The Sea Pines Forest Preserve gives outdoor lovers an even deeper immersion into the world of rare birds, fish, lush landscapes and plants we don’t see at home.
Family fun moves on to Lawton Stables, where horses and ponies greet the young and not-so-young; the equestrian and the trail-rider.
And it’s all knit together with roving hiking/biking trails that meander gently through the shade. For those who prefer a lift, the Sea Pines Trolley (seasonal) stop is right across Lighthouse Road from your Swallowtail oasis.