The beach is such a happy place, you’ll want to take a piece home to share. Area shops offer unique gifts to share your beach memories with friends and loved ones. From the light-hearted and silly to the sentimental, you’ll find the perfect gift to remember your time in Myrtle Beach at one of these great stores.
The famous Gay Dolphin Gift Cove has been delighting Myrtle Beach visitors since 1946. Located in the heart of the beach on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, the Gay Dolphin offers more than 70,000 items for sale. From shark’s teeth to Hummel figures, the Gay Dolphin truly has something for everyone. The Gay Dolphin is open year-round with extended hours during the summer season.More Info Visit Website
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Now with two locations, the original Lazy Gator is in Murrells Inlet across from the Marshwalk. It’s easily recognized by its wrap-around porch lined with rocking chairs, perfect for being a little … well, lazy. The shop is full of unique gifts, including gourmet sauces and dips, local art, home decor, jewelry, Christmas ornaments, seashells and tons more. The Lazy Gator also sells well-known brands like Vera Bradley, Tervis and Salt Life. The store’s second location is at The Market Common.More Info Visit Website
Ron Jon Surf Shop
Ron Jon Surf Shop is all about having fun, riding waves, street skating, and spending time with family and friends on the beach. For over 60 years, Ron Jon Surf Shop has been providing those who love the beach with top-notch gear and awesome vibes.
This retailer is known all across the EasMore Info Visit Website
Callahan's of Calabash
A little off the beaten path for Myrtle Beach visitors, Calabash, N.C., is home to some of the world’s best seafood and a pretty darn cool gift shop. Callahan’s of Calabash features 35,000 square feet of nautical gifts, tasty gourmet selections and a huge array of Christmas ornaments. Callahan’s — located on the same corner since 1975 — is as much of a staple in Calabash as the fried flounder. Both are worth the drive.More Info
Carolina Pottery in Myrtle Beach is located at The Tanger Outlets and features 50,000 square feet of home goods and seasonal products to enhance your indoor and outdoor living spaces. If you’re looking to redecorate or spruce up for a specific season, then they have you covered. From rugs,More Info Visit Website
At the Purpleologist store at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, purple is more than just a color. It’s a way of life!
The store is chock full of purple gifts, collectibles and apparel for the purple lover in your life. Everything in the store is some shade of purple down to theMore Info Visit Website
Retro Active Part 2
Located at Broadway at the Beach, Retro Active Part 2 is a store celebrating all things 90s, 2000s and today!
If you’re feeling nostalgic, get your fix on some of the greatest decades of music and pop culture at the Retro Active Part 2 store. You’ll find memorabilia celebratiMore Info Visit Website
Southern Saltwater General Store
Southern Saltwater General Store has all of your essential beach apparel, including brand names. The outfitter supplies resort and beach wear, with something for everyone!More Info
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