Myrtle Beach Vacation Rentals - All About Myrtle Beach!

Welcome to 60 miles of gorgeous beachfront in South Carolina. In Myrtle Beach, Southern hospitality is the specialty. And it just doesn’t get any better than Southern hospitality on the oceanfront! Myrtle Beach hosts travelers every month of the year. While summertime brings families with children, the spring and fall are quite popular with golf enthusiasts. And it is during the winter that folks combine a holiday shopping extravaganza with all the amazing holiday lights, shows and special events that are revealed in November in December. You simply cannot pick a bad time to visit Myrtle Beach. Myrtle Beach vacation specials are available year round. For more information about Myrtle Beach, visit the city's website at: http://www.cityofmyrtlebeach.com

This beachfront town is renowned for family fun. Home to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans baseball team, nearly one dozen live entertainment theatres and more than 100 golf courses, what’s not to love? Add more than 1,000 restaurants and you’ve got yourself a beach vacation to remember.

Cross the bridges over the Intracoastal Waterway from the north, south and east and discover the heart of Myrtle Beach, a world where a children’s museum, aquarium, beachfront cafes, Broadway shows and fishing piers dot the landscape. Resorts, condominiums, beach houses and Myrtle Beach SC vacation rentals line the oceanfront side of the streets, while sidewalks make it easy to get around town without a car. Coffee shops, breakfast shops and ice cream shops are hidden in nearly every block and beach stores are found on almost every corner.

Myrtle Beach Pelicans


Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

Outlet malls are clustered in a couple areas of Myrtle Beach and antique and consignment stores are treasure-hunters’ dreams as the finds inside are eclectic. Barefoot Landing, Broadway at the Beach and The Market Common are a trio of shopping-dining-entertainment destinations in Myrtle Beach that are popular with all ages. Go shopping, grab a bite to eat and then hit the theatre for a movie or live musical productions.

Myrtle Beach’s Coastal Carolina University has a full calendar of events, including sports and fine arts. A couple oceanfront state parks in the Myrtle Beach area offer hiking, undeveloped stretches of pristine beachfront and engaging classes and lessons for the kids. Take a tour of the area by boat, Jeep or helicopter. Run a marathon or a 5K while you are in town as such events are constantly taking place. Frequent a festival—shrimp festivals, blue crab festivals, oyster roasts, chili cook-offs and arts and crafts shows. Docks, piers, a marsh walk and boardwalks are found throughout town and give you a beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, freshwater lakes and salt marsh inlets that comprise this special area of South Carolina. Water is everywhere in Myrtle Beach and we want to give visitors plenty of access to it!

Myrtle Beach has microbreweries, barbecue, Lowcountry cuisine, Southern home cooking, dinner theatres, fine dining, seafood and of course, breakfast places that are open all night long. Whether it is a buffet or candlelight dinner for two that you seek, Myrtle Beach has numerous restaurants to meet your desires.


Myrtle Beach is easily accessible by air and car travel. The Myrtle Beach International Airport is immediately south of Highway 501, a primary east-west thoroughfare that brings visitors from the inland areas to the beach. Everyone who visits Myrtle Beach gets to know Highway 17, the north-south route that runs between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean and leads to amusements and attractions beyond measure. Myrtle Beach vacation rentals are easy to locate as well.

 

Myrtle Beach Pier

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