Myrtle Beach, SC
The Sand Dunes Resort and Spa, part of the Sands Resorts properties, offers many extras, including water park and amusement park passes.
The extraordinary Oceans One Resort offers beautiful 1,2 and 3 BR condominiums, pool features and top-notch amenities.
The Boardwalk Beach Resort has been welcoming Myrtle Beach guests for more than 20 years at their oceanfront location.
The Dayton House features indoor and outdoor pools, spas, lazy river and fitness center, and it has been around for more than 70 years!
North Beach Plantation offers luxury rooms on an "island" between the ocean and a swash with a large pool and a spa on-site.
One of Myrtle Beach's upscale hotels, South Wind on the Ocean offers a relaxing respite with private balconies, granite countertops and great location.
Sea Watch offers tremendous amenities, like an oceanfront restaurant, indoor and outdoor pools, and a lazy river!
Sands Beach Club offers an oceanfront hideaway with on-site tennis courts and sports deck, pools, outdoor grill area and water park access.
The Caravelle Resort offers amazing oceanfront accommodations and top-notch amenities in a beautiful Myrtle Beach setting.
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The Grand Strand: Get to know The Myrtle Beach Area
Collectively known as the Grand Strand, the Myrtle Beach area stretches 60 miles along the North Carolina and South Carolina coast, running from just over the state line in Calabash, N.C., all the way down to historic Georgetown, S.C.
Here's a look at some of the most popular areas for visitors to stay:
Myrtle Beach is the heart of the Grand Strand, including iconic areas like Ocean Boulevard and the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk downtown.
Dozens of the area's best hotels, resorts and vacation rentals call Myrtle Beach home.
North Myrtle Beach
North Myrtle Beach is located just up Highway 17 from Myrtle Beach proper and includes areas such as Atlantic Beach, Crescent Beach and Cherry Grove.
You'll find a myriad of oceanfront hotels and condos along Ocean Boulevard and on Main Street North Myrtle Beach plenty of shops, restaurants and iconic beach clubs like Duck's and Fat Harold's.
Some of the most notable attractions in North Myrtle Beach include Barefoot Landing — featuring the Alabama Theatre and the House of Blues — Alligator Adventure, the historic O.D. Pavilion Amusement Park and much more.
Little River, Calabash & North Carolina
Just beyond North Myrtle Beach and heading north, you'll find Little River, a town that's home of the annual Blue Crab Festival and several eateries and attractions along the Little River Waterfront.
Beyond that, you'll cross the state line into North Carolina where the famously fried Calabash-style seafood awaits in Calabash, N.C., a small town which gives way to other, more laid-back N.C. beaches including Ocean Isle Beach, Holden Beach and Sunset Beach.
Surfside Beach, Garden City & Murrells Inlet
Just to the south of Myrtle Beach in the area known as "the south strand" are several laid-back beach communities, notable for their family-friendly attractions such as Wild Water and Wheels and attractive beach houses.
Here in the Surfside Beach and Garden City Beach areas, vacation homes and rentals feature prominently along with a few smaller hotels.
A bit further south you'll find Murrells Inlet, known as the — "seafood capital of South Carolina" — where you can check out the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk for fresh seafood and live entertainment year-round.
Litchfield, Pawleys Island & Georgetown
Venture further south beyond Murrells Inlet and you'll find the upscale Litchfield Beach and Pawleys Island area, a pair of “shabby chic” communities that offer a much different experience than the bustling beaches to the north.
Here you'll find a slower pace of life — perfect for a relaxing vacation — and plenty of vacation rentals and beach houses. Popular things to do include shopping at the Hammock Shops Village, dining at exquisite restaurants like Frank's Outback and playing several top-notch golf courses.
A stay on the Grand Strand's southernmost edge also means easy access to downtown Georgetown, S.C., a historic seaport with lots of interesting activities and restaurants to check out.
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