Myrtle Beach Vacation Packages & Travel Information

In the not so distant past Myrtle Beach, SC was a small coastal beach and fishing community. It wasn't until the beginning of the twentieth century that visitors began to seek out Myrtle Beach for vacation purposes. Since that time, the city of Myrtle Beach has developed significantly. The economy has prospered and now the area is considered one of America's most popular vacation destinations. What was once a collection of small southern beach towns is now known as the Grand Strand, with Myrtle Beach as the epicenter. The Grand Strand is comprised of sixty miles of sandy beaches, quaint fishing villages, shopping centers, restaurants, and an endless selection of Myrtle Beach vacation attractions.

Myrtle Beach vacation packages for golfers are in abundance, as the Grand Strand features more than one hundred public and private golf courses. Myrtle Beach is also home to several annual golf tournaments including the popular Hootie and the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am Charity Golf Tournament. Families can also enjoy friendly competition at one of the local miniature golf courses sprinkled throughout Myrtle Beach and the surrounding areas.

Each year Myrtle Beach plays host to a variety of festivals and annual events. Each summer the Grand Strand kicks off the season with the Sun Fun Festival in the beginning of June. This festival is a celebration of the growing prosperity in Myrtle Beach, thanks to the millions of visitors that seek out this spectacular vacation destination. Bike Week is another popular event that takes place annually in Myrtle Beach. Myrtle Beach Bike Week attracts more than 300,000 visitors each year during this week long event. The Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce is a helpful resource to keep visitors updated on local festivals and annual events.

Myrtle Beach is home to several entertainment complexes including distinguished facilities like Broadway at the Beach and Barefoot Landing. Each complex offers guests a variety of boutiques, specialty stores, dining facilities, and live entertainment. Alligator Adventure, located at Barefoot Landing, is the world's largest reptile zoo with more than 800 alligators and a large selection of other reptiles and exotic animals. Broadway at the Beach features well-known establishments such as the Hard Rock Cafe and Planet Hollywood. If you are looking to spend the day exploring without having to drive from place to place, Broadway at the Beach and Barefoot Landing are great locations that have everything you need for a complete experience.

Myrtle Beach, SC is continuing to grow, attracting more guests each season. The area has an amiable climate with mild average temperatures throughout the year, making it an ideal destination for a vacation during any season. Myrtle Beach is primarily known for the plethora of attractions dispersed throughout the heart of the Grand Strand. Local attractions include miniature and professional golf, fishing charters, amusement and water parks, dining, shopping, and water sports like jet skiing and parasailing.


Myrtle Beach Information

  • Myrtle Beach Overview

  • Weather

  • The Grand Strand and Surrounding Areas

  • Pawley's Island

  • North Myrtle Beach

  • Murrell's Inlet

  • Georgetown

  • Weddings

    Hotels, Resorts, & Lodging

  • Accommodations Overview

  • Budget Hotels

  • Full Service Hotels

  • Luxury Hotels

  • Resorts

  • Bed & Breakfasts

  • Campgrounds

    Dining, Restaurants, and Nightlife

  • Dining Overview

  • Seafood Restaurants

  • Dinner Shows

  • Theme Restaurants

  • Asian Cuisine

  • Mexican Cuisine

  • Pizza

  • Steakhouses

  • Breakfast

  • Nightlife and Bars

    Attractions, Tours, & Activities

  • Attractions Overview

  • Barefoot Landing

  • Broadway at the Beach

  • Fishing

  • Live Entertainment

  • Amusement and Water Parks

  • Extreme Activities

  • Brookgreen Gardens

  • Mini Golf

  • Tours

  • Myrtle Beach State Park

  • Go Kart Tracks

  • Ripley's

  • Golf Overview

  • Golf Courses

  • Malls and Outlets

  • Flea Markets