Stretching 60mi. from Little River near the North Carolina border to the tidelands of historic Georgetown, the Grand Strand is a wide ribbon of land bathed in beaches, restaurants, and tourists. In the middle of it all basks Myrtle Beach. Challenging Orlando for east coast sunfun supremacy, AAA ranked the Grand Strand the second most popular tourist destination in the country for the summer of 1999. During spring break and in early June, Myrtle Beach (and North Myrtle Beach) are jam-packed with sunburned students who revel in the call of the deep blue. The rest of the year, families, golfers, shoppers and everyone else hold sway.

The pace slows significantly south of Myrtle Beach. Murrell's inlet, a quaint port stocked with good seafood, and Pawley's Island are both dominated by private homes. Georgetown, once a critical Southern port city, showcases its history with white-pillared homes on 18th-century-style rice and indigo plantations

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You'll find the latest travel information on Myrtle Beach including information on attractions, getting around and more. Our motto is, "Our experience starts with yours" and we proudly stand behind that message.

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