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The Perfect Day in Myrtle Beach

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By MyrtleBeach.com
April 18, 2016

Some people might not know this, but even a single day in Myrtle Beach can go a long way towards restoring your mind to proper working order.

Maybe you need an escape from day-to-day life, but only have a short window to work with. Or maybe you’re here for the week but only plan to venture away from the ocean on one of the days.

By now, the word is out that the Grand Strand is full of Instagram-worthy sights, award-winning restaurants, exciting attractions, top-ranked golf courses, and a beach beautiful enough to Facebook about. But with so many options, how could anyone manage to come up with an itinerary for the perfect day? Well, that’s where we come in.      

Whatever your situation is, have a look at what we consider to be a Perfect Day in Myrtle Beach and start planning your summer trip to the beach.

Morning

Take A Walk

The Grand Strand is a great walking area, with numerous places that are suitable for a morning stroll. Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing, and The Market Common are each built on or adjacent to a lake, and the crowds don’t really start packing these places until after lunch. So take advantage of the relative calm and check out the specialty shops at three of South Carolina’s most popular attractions.

Enjoy a great Breakfast

If the morning stroll has left you a little hungry, head over to Croissants Bistro & Bakery to find out why locals continue to pack the place for breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch. Morning favorites include items like Crab Cake Benedict, Bananas Foster French Toast, a Ham, Herb, & Brie Omelet, and the Pennsylvania Dutch Style Pancakes. For something a little more scenic and equally delicious, get a tables at Sea Captains House and enjoy a Seasonal Fruit Crepe, Brioche Bread Pudding, or Steak and Eggs, and, of course, a great view of the Atlantic.

 

Midday

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