Your Guide to Myrtle Beach

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With a warm year-round climate and beautiful beaches, it is not difficult to see why Myrtle Beach in South Carolina, USA is one of the most popular tourist spots on the Atlantic Coast.

You’ll Love Myrtle Beach if…

  • The family want a beach holiday
  • You are looking to get involved with water sports
  • You are looking for a fun-filled family holiday

Attractions on a Myrtle Beach Holiday

Myrtle Beach, often referred to as the Grand Strand, boasts long stretches of glorious beaches where you can relax, make sandcastles with the kids, play a game of volleyball or even try your hand at water sports.

Probably the main reason people visit the area is to hit the beach! So whether you’re a sucker for a relaxing break with sea, sand and that South Carolina sunshine or you are a budding surfer with a passion for all things sport, there is a beach for you.

If the kids are getting a tad restless on the sand; The Myrtle Beach Pavilion and Family Kingdom are an absolute must for families on holiday at Myrtle Beach. Admission is free and you pay only for the rides.

If you are looking for something a little less-reserved than a family beach holiday then head down to the many beach clubs in the area and try the official state dance, the “shag”.

You can take a stroll along the Broadway at the Beach where you will find restaurant, shops, hotels, nightclubs and even an IMAX cinema for the movie buffs.

Top Activities on a Myrtle Beach Holiday

Planning your cost-effective American holiday to Myrtle Beach, but not sure what there is to see and where there is to go? At lowcostholidays.com, we recommend:

No holiday to Myrtle Beach would be complete without a trip to Brookgreen Gardens, an incredible outdoor sculpture garden created by Anna Hyatt Huntington and her husband.

Pick up a bargain at the dozens of antique shops, thrift stores and flea markets on the Grand Strand.

Get lost down south in Georgetown, a historic port city just south of Myrtle Beach, where you can learn all about the city’s past.

Feeling a bit dangerous? Go to one of the largest reptile parks in the world, Alligator Adventure, and make friends with the alligators, Komodo Dragons, lizards and snakes. Also try Huntington Beach State Park, where you will discover nature trails, salt marsh, a castle and a beautiful freshwater lagoon.

Try deep-sea fishing and take a boat out on the Gulf Stream. For a cheaper alternative just pick up a line and some bait and catch yourself some crabs.

Originally published on lowcostholidays.com

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