Myrtle Beach is a popular beach town in South Carolina, which attracts about fourteen million visitors annually, much cooler than the United States itself.
As the name suggests, the beach is the biggest attraction in Myrtle Beach, and is usually very full. In addition to the beach, but you will also find Broadway at the Beach, stopped clubs, bars, restaurants and shops, and an aquarium.
For those who love the beach, there are few experiences that compare to visiting a pristine stretch of sand just waiting for your footprints. With miles of sandy beach, shops and restaurants that line the shores, bike and walking paths, and a pier that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, Myrtle Beach is the place to experience the beach.
Myrtle Beach is made for vacationers. It is home to more than 1,900 restaurants, dinner theaters, shops and stores, as well as six large shopping complexes. If shopping isn’t really your style, there are plenty of daytime activities and nightlife options throughout the city. Myrtle Beach’s boardwalk, listed third on National Geographic’s list of the nation’s best boardwalks, offers breathtaking views and fun people-watching opportunities. The boardwalk is also home to the Myrtle Beach Skywheel, a 200-foot Ferris wheel that overlooks the ocean.
Never short on options, Myrtle Beach also offers tourists access to a state park for hiking, biking, swimming, and canoeing. Alternatively, you might plan to ride your motorcycle to town in May, when the beach town hosts an annual bike week that often brings in as many as 200,000 enthusiasts.
So plan a trip for Myrtle Beach, S.C. for a vacation packed full of shopping, eating, sight-seeing, and of course, spending some much-needed time on the beach.
Hotels and resorts dotted throughout the city, but if you want convenience, choose the one that is in front of the beach, such as the Hampton Inn Oceanfront or Westgate Myrtle Beach Resort.
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