Island Alphabet letter: A

ISLAND ALPHABET

Discover more about Hilton Head Island with this daily list of animals, restaurants, and activities. Every week there will be a new list following the order of the alphabet.

Anchovy: small, common saltwater fish that is an important food source for bigger animals. There are over 140  different species of anchovy.

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Annie O’s Kitchen: From meat to fish, this place serves it all! Their dinner menu includes meals such as steak, to the low country favorite shrimp and grits. Fun facts about this restaurant their plates are made of fallen palm leaves and are compostable. Their water and straws are served “upon request” which minimizes the negative impact on the environment. Book your vacation with Beach Properties and you can get 15% of your bill!Image result for annie os hhi

Alligator and Wildlife Tours: Guests can have an up-close view of all the diverse plant and animal life. If you are wanting to see just the American Alligators, then H20 Water Sports also offer a one-hour guided boat tour. Visit their website for more information. 

Alligator: These famous local friends of ours are always seen lurking in ponds all over Hilton Head Island. If it is a sunny, hot day on the island you will most likely see these well-known reptiles sun bathing.

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American Oyster: While on the island you will see these guys on the almost every menu on the island. They are very tasty and you can even see them during low tide! Although always tasty and fresh, your best chance at getting local fresh oysters will be in the Fall.oyster-research.jpg

Come and discover more with Beach Properties of Hilton Head today by visiting our website or calling (800)671-5155!

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