Located along the Grand Strand, the six oceanfront Myrtle Beach
Seaside Resorts offer affordable oceanfront vacation rentals with sun soaked
vista's and plenty of exciting amenities to enjoy on your vacation. Whether you
want to shop, dine, or tee off at a world class golf course, Myrtle Beach
Seaside Resorts are close to all of Myrtle Beach's activities. And, for some
inspiration while on vacation, here are some great tips to enjoy Myrtle Beach
like a local.
Begin your day with breakfast by the beach at the Sea Captain’s House Restaurant. Try their renowned crab cakes benedict or traditional Southern fare like country ham and pecan waffles. This Myrtle Beach staple has been known for its warm southern hospitality, ocean view and fresh seafood since 1930!
Afterwards, take off on a cruise with a boat rental, or let someone guide you along the coast on tour boats at Wacca Wache Marina in Murrells Inlet. Cruise down the Waccawachee River to see rice plantations, historic landmarks, moss-laden oak trees, alligators, eagles and osprey. Further down the river is Sandy Island, a nature preserve that has several boat landings and two nature trails, and is a perfect stop to explore nature.
Visit one of the oldest and most unique towns in South Carolina, Little River, which is known for its Annual Blue Crab Festival, and fishing charters. This quaint coastal fishing village also has two Las-Vegas-style casino gambling boats, or spend the afternoon on the water by renting a Jet Ski.
When it's time for lunch you'll find River City Café has a fun, rustic atmosphere and one-of-a-kind, juicy, run-down-your-chin, always-made-fresh burger. Don't worry about dropping peanut shells on the floor; they won't mind at River City Café, which has been named “one of the best places in the nation to feed the kids."
After lunch explore The Market Common that located in a beautifully-designed village setting. Here, you'll discover some of the nation’s most celebrated names in retail, a movie theatre, restaurants and a calendar of events featuring car shows, wine festivals and more to experience.
When you return to the Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts as evening settles in, and you're searching for a great spot for dinner, and perhaps dancing, try The Hot Fish Club. This Club is a favorite gathering place for discriminating locals. Open Wednesday-Sunday, stop in for happy hour at the gazebo bar, enjoy fresh seafood on the back porch and wind down the evening with nightly performances by the area’s best rock and country bands.
By Melody Schubert
To learn more about packages available at Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts visit http://www.myrtlebeachseasideresorts.com/default-en.html or call 1-888-571-4104.