There are plenty of travel guides about Myrtle Beach. We've compiled something a little bit different. Click on the links below to discover how to dine like a local in Myrtle Beach, the best places to go shopping, and places along the Grand Strand to explore.
What would you like to do on vacation?
Explore the Area's Hidden Gems
Looking for the quirky, out of the way spots in Myrtle Beach? Read our list of 15 Off the Beaten Path Things to Do for your next Myrtle Beach vacation.
Play Lots of Golf
If your ideal vacation involves teeing off, you're in luck. Myrtle Beach is a golfer's dream vacation spot. Read about Golfing in Myrtle Beach »
Capture Gorgeous Travel Photos
If you want to take your camera out to capture some gorgeous shots, we recommend these picture-worthy places to visit in Myrtle Beach »
There is nothing quite like shopping in Myrtle Beach, and the options and possibilities are endless. Read our Guide to Myrtle Beach Shopping »
It's Raining! What should I do?
When the raindrops start falling from the sky canceling your outdoor plans, Myrtle Beach has plenty of indoor activities to keep you busy. Check out our suggestions in our Rainy Day Activities in Myrtle Beach guide.
Home to many popular national restaurants like P.F. Chang's, Bonefish Grille, and Carrabba's, Myrtle Beach also has local spots to satisfy every flavor. From the Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk to the famous fried seafood style of Calabash, the Grand Strand does not lack in seafood selection.
Read Dine Like a Local in Myrtle Beach »
If you're planning an adult weekend in Myrtle Beach be sure to check out our guide to Dining & Adulting in Myrtle Beach guide.
Mild but warming temperatures draw many golfers to the area this time of year. It is also a great time for fishing, kayaking, attending one of the many spring events and visiting some of the many attractions the area has to offer.
Read: 20 Things To Do in Myrtle Beach in Spring »
Myrtle Beach is hopping in the summer with the many miles of beautiful beaches. It is also a great time to cool off trying one of the many water sports such as jet skiing, parasailing, paddleboarding and many more.
Read: 50 Things To Do in Myrtle Beach in Summer »
Enjoy the warm but mild temperatures touring the area on segways, bikes, boats & helicopters. You might also want to check out some of the many events offered this time of the year.
Read: Things To Do in Myrtle Beach in the Fall »
With mild temperatures in the winter, Myrtle Beach is an excellent coastal destination to explore with restaurants to suit every taste, plenty of great shopping, and attractions open year-round.
Read: 40 Things To Do in Myrtle Beach in the Winter »
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