Port Royal Travel Tips
Port Royal Condos on Hilton Head Island Are Popular Vacation Locations
The second largest barrier island on the East Coast, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina is certainly a popular spot for independent travelers looking to create their own vacations. In this beautiful and historic area is the Port Royal Resort. Port Royal villas offer vacationers a home-away-from-home experience in a wonderful area. This island location is some 12 miles long and five miles wide. Port Royal condos are located in Beaufort County in the southeast of the state.
Port Royal Condos for Vacation Properties with Much More
The decision to make this Port Royal resort your vacation home gives you a great space to live in and much more. Port Royal condos are conveniently placed near the Port Royal Beach House; with catering service, it offers members a great space for events. There is an Olympic-sized swimming pool and children’s play area nearby. With the local beaches also within easy reach, Port Royal villas are ideal for truly great vacations. Book your Hilton Head Island lodging in Port Royal on VRBO today and start planning your beach vacation.
Port Royal Resort Has History in the Grounds
Within the Port Royal Resort Plantation, you will find history on your doorstep, with several landmarks of the Civil War still remaining. Walking the grounds, you will find traces of Fort Walker, a Confederate Fort. From Port Royal condos, you will also discover the remains of both Fort Sherman and Battery Dynamite. For history buffs, staying in Port Royal villas puts you in the right place to explore the area’s history.
Port Royal Villas Allow You to Get Back to Nature
Close to Port Royal villas are areas of natural beauty including Salt Water Marshes where bird-watchers will spot species such as egrets, herons and woodstork, among others. The local Freshwater Marshes near the Port Royal Resort are home to beaver, muskrat, snapping turtles and various water snake species. Freshwater forested wetlands with red maple, sweet gum, pine and many water-loving plants such as ferns and fetterbush are important ecosystems for the region. This area is home to rabbit, deer and otter as well as reptiles. One of the most endearing of the local reptiles is the renowned loggerhead sea turtles who come ashore to lay their eggs before heading back to sea.