Find beachfront relaxation this winter & spring without busting your wallet. A seaside respite awaits travelers to Myrtle Beach's Grand Strand, 60 miles of powdery beach along the Atlantic Ocean. Find a bevy of budget-friendly deals through May at hotels and resorts lining the beach.Learn More
An oceanfront promenade.
Myrtle Beach lights up at night beneath a Ferris wheel, which towers in neon nearly 200 feet over those strolling the famous boardwalk. National Geographic once named the boardwalk one of America’s best. Over a mile long, the beachfront promenade is a family favorite boasting shops, restaurants and great people-watching.Learn More
Laid-back, natural bliss.
Myrtle Beach's natural offerings extend beyond its beaches -- just take a look at this tranquil scene from Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet, a fishing village 10 miles from the downtown bustle. Take advantage of sunny days to explore area nature trails, gardens, fishing holes and state parks.Learn More
Thrills & shows.
Myrtle Beach diversions abound. Enjoy live entertainment and dinner shows at area theaters. Watch the kids' eyes go wide in the shark tunnel at Ripley's Aquarium. Try your luck on a casino cruise or ride the Swamp Fox roller coaster at Family Kingdom amusement park (which opens back up in spring).Learn More
Tee up in a destination that attracts the pros. Golf legends Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones and Greg Norman have all designed courses in Myrtle Beach. With nearly 100 championship courses -- along with 50 putt-putt courses for the kids (and kids at heart) -- Myrtle Beach is a golfer's mecca.Learn More