Daufuskie Island, an island without a bridge, is just the way we like it. Insulated from the stress of everyday life one can leisurely stroll the beach, enjoy a bike ride without traffic, a stroll through the Daufuskie Island Community Farm and Artisan Village, a visit to the Billy Burn Museum or simply indulging one’s self quietly observing nature from the back porch.
Interested in playing a little golf? The newly renovated 18 hole course at Bloody Point is terrific and Davis Love II’s company did a great job working with Patrick Ford restoring the course. Melrose on the Beach also has an 18 hole golf course. Both are open to the public. Haig Point features the Rees Jones signature golf course which can only be played by invitation.
And, of course, if you feel you need to do a little shopping there is the souvenir store at Freeport Marina, great pottery at the Silver Dew Pottery, metal art from the Iron Fish, glass items at the Glass House, t-shirts at the Island T-Shirt Shop, jewelry at the Silver Dew Winery, the specialty shops at the Billy Burn Museum and the Community Farm and, in season, the Farmer’s Market on Saturdays.