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Discover gorgeous Hilton Head with the help of a rental car from Auto Europe! The Sea Pines Forest Preserve includes 605 acres of the island, and is home to a large number of endangered and threatened birds, making Hilton Head a hot spot for birders world wide. Loggerhead turtles, which the community is proud to protect, make there nests on the beaches of the island. You are also likely to encounter alligators, manatees and dolphins!
See more of South Carolina and the Eastern US with a rental car in Hilton Head from the most trusted suppliers in the US. Don't let our name fool you, Auto Europe has been a leader in transportation services in the US for over 60 years now. Auto Europe works with the best car rental companies in South Carolina to provide our clients with the best available rates and highest quality service. Our unique relationship with suppliers means customers who book with Auto Europe end up paying less than they would pay when booking directly through any supplier! Pick-up your rental car in Hilton Head from the Hilton Head Airport (HHH) or one of our many down town supplier locations. Compare rates from top suppliers including Sixt, Budget, Hertz and more; Find reviews, location information, and more by clicking on the logos below.
Hilton Head, a beautiful island off the coast of South Carolina, is home to a rich past, and there are many historical sites located throughout the island. Perhaps the most popular, the Sea Pines Shell Ring is believed to be over 10,000 years old. The ancient remains of shells and bones are said to have marked the common area of the Native Americans who once called the island home. Hop in your rental car and take a tour of some of Hilton Head's other sites. The oldest intact structure on the island is the Baynard Mausoleum, which previously housed the remains of William E. Baynard and his wife, a prominent Hilton Head Family. The mausoleum was built in 1846. You can also explore the ruins of the mansion that the Baynards occupied after the Stoney family. Captain Jack Stoney began construction of the mansion in 1793, using slave labor. During the Civil War, Yankees took control of the island, freeing thousands of slaves. Hundreds of other freed slaves congregated on Hilton Head, where the Gullah culture lives on today.
Explore the beauty and history of Hilton Head Island! Book a rental car with Auto Europe online today! You can also reach one of our helpful agents by calling our toll free number 888-233-5555. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to offer you the best rates in the industry.