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Highlights by Myrtle Beach

  • Miles of beaches
  • Family friendly
  • Water sports
  • Golf
  • Shopping
  • Annual festivals
  • Dolphin cruises

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Myrtle Beach Vacation Rentals

Family-Friendly Beach Resorts

Ocean Boulevard at Myrtle Beach is studded with large, comfortable and conveniently located holiday villages that are within easy reach of local attractions like the Skywheel and the Family Kingdom Amusement Park.

A Great Place to Find an Attractive Vacation Rental

You can find a wide range of vacation home options near the seafront at Myrtle Beach. The town is full of attractive timber-framed homes, many of them dating back 100 years or more. You can pick properties near golf courses like Pine Lakes or places closer to the downtown shopping district.

Vacationing in Myrtle Beach

One of America’s Most Popular Beach Resorts

Myrtle Beach is a large coastal resort at the heart of the Grand Strand region, on the coast of South Carolina. Thanks to its long, sandy beach, subtropical climate and wide range of family attractions, the resort attracts over 14 million annual visitors.

Easily Accessible from all Parts of the United States

One of the great things about Myrtle Beach is how easy it is to reach. Major airlines like Delta and United fly into Myrtle Beach International Airport. It’s a few miles off I-95, and you can even take Amtrak services to nearby Florence if you prefer.

Getting Around Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is essentially just one long beach backed by hotels, rental homes and plenty of amusement parks, stores, restaurants and bars. Coast RTA buses run up and down the coastal strip (as well as to other resorts on the Grand Strand). Car rental is a great option too, particularly if you are staying at a rental home just outside town.


A Superb Family Beach Destination

Myrtle Beach is a wonderful location for a family vacation. Not only are there plenty of rental homeproperties and resort hotels to choose from, but there are attractions like Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and the 187-feet tall Skywheel that will keep everyone entertained.

Heaven for Golfers

South Carolina has the perfect climate for golf, and Myrtle Beach hosts some of the state’s best courses. Try your skills out at the Barefoot Resort, Pine Lakes or Whispering Pines, or take the kids to the Cane Patch Par 3 course.

A Great Destination for Water Sports Lovers

Myrtle Beach is a fantastic destination for water sports. Murrells Inlet is a beautiful spot for kayaking, while you can also rent jet skis or strap on some water skis and show your fellow vacationers what you can do.

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Top 5 things to do in Myrtle Beach

1. Take a Jet Ski Tour of the Area

There’s no better way to see the natural attractions around Myrtle Beach than from the saddle of a jet ski. Take tours with local experts to get to know the friendly local dolphin population and cross over to Bird Island to spend some time relaxing on the empty dunes.

2. Play Some Golf During Your Vacation

Myrtle Beach has no end of superb golf courses, including Myrtle Beach National, Pine Lakes, Caledonia and Dunes Golf & Beach Club. The area’s courses are regularly ranked among America’s best, are affordable and have a relaxed vibe you don’t find in many golfing destinations.

3. Shop for Boutique Clothing, Surf Gear and Discount Brands

Myrtle Beach is a delight for shoppers. Highlights include the Market Common mall, which specializes in upscale boutiques and designer labels, but Broadway at the Beach is just as much fun, with its seafront location. And, if you need some cut-price beach clothing, you can’t go wrong at Bargain Beachwear.

4. Visit Brookgreen Gardens Sculpture Park

Just outside Myrtle Beach, you’ll find a true cultural treasure. Brookgreen Gardens hosts 900 sculptures and hosts regular painting exhibits too (and there’s also a wildlife zoo in the grounds to keep the kids happy while you check out the art).

5. Watch Some Minor League Baseball or Speedway Contests

Sports are a big part of life on the Grand Strand. In Myrtle Beach, you can head to evening baseball games featuring the Pelicans, who are an affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. Or head to the Myrtle Beach Speedway to see the NASCAR stars of the future.

Useful Information


Myrtle Beach is a relatively dry coastal resort, receiving around 50 inches of rain every year and is warm for much of the year. There’s a short winter season from around December to February, then the resort heats up until July and August see average temperatures in the late 80s.

Cultural Events

The resort is famous for hosting major festivals, with an emphasis on the biker community. Every May, the town hosts its Bike Week, and there are spring and fall rallies as well. For non-bikers, major events include June’s Caroline Country Music Festival and the Highland Games in March, celebrating South Carolina’sScottish heritage.