Myrtle Beach is located along South Carolina's northern coast. It is the center of the Grand Strand region, which stretches from the North Carolina border down to Georgetown. In addition to 60 miles of beaches, this area has an almost unbelievable number of entertainment attractions, golf courses, and restaurants. Myrtle Beach is the center of South Carolina's Grand Strand region, which stretches from the North Carolina border to Georgetown.
|Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
South Carolina’s Grand Strand is
gifted with blue skies, sun-bleached sand, golden sunshine, curling breakers
and gentle breezes. The extraordinary natural beauty of this coastline has
attracted visitors for nearly a century.
The Grand Strand is an island
with a 60-mile oceanfront and three roads connecting it to the mainland.
Surrounded on the north and the west by the Intracoastal Waterway, the east by
the Atlantic Ocean and the south by Winyah Bay, the Grand Strand can be shut off
from the outside world by closing four bridges, which gives the impression of
its being a world unto itself.
Myrtle Beach and the other towns
that dot this long island stretch, have become havens for visitors year round.
From Little River to Pawleys Island, there are a dazzling variety of
restaurants, as well as fantastic nightlife, concerts and theater, museums,
interesting shops, and recreational pursuits for the whole family.
Myrtle Beach offers over 1600
great restaurants that will please anyone's appetite. You can eat everything
from seafood to sushi with the accompaniment of a fantastic ocean view.
Restaurants serve Italian, French, and American family style cuisine. The
best in seafood, including the spicy, succulent Calabash variety graces many a
The area is a welcoming
destination for golfers, fishermen, shoppers, families, honeymooners and anyone
looking for a relaxed, fun-filled vacation. Myrtle Beach and its neighbor, North
Myrtle Beach have something for every budget and itinerary. Their antique
stores, great furniture stores and outlets, marinas, fishing, water sports, a
Nascar track, and an easy-going family atmosphere make visitors want to return
year after year.
The birthplace of the Shag, the
official South Carolina State Dance, the Ocean Drive section is the host of two,
week long gatherings of shaggers in April and September.. A dance born on the
beach, the Shag has been called a cross between the jitterbug and swing dancing.
Myrtle Beach is home to the
Pelicans, part of the Atlanta Braves Farm Team System. Many Braves began their
careers with the Pelicans. By next year an ice hockey team will be
headquartered locally. Myrtle Beach is the golf capital of the country with
over 100 top courses on the Grand Strand.
There is also the excitement of
Myrtle Beach's miniature golf courses, theme parks and museums which the whole
family will enjoy. Cruise down the beautiful waterway or tour one of the area's
historic plantations. Watch countless species of animals roam in their natural
setting along over 500 acres on the Waccamaw River and Intracoastal Waterway.
Visit the world-famous Pavilion
and ride every ride or just watch! Myrtle Beach area amusement parks do not
impose a "gate fee." Smell the salt water. Sift your toes into the sand as the
surf laps at your ankles. Take a marsh cruise, go deep-sea fishing or windsurf.
Fall asleep in the sun. Swim and sail and dine and dance. Experience the
ultimate seaside holiday.
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