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About Myrtle beach vacation rentals

Myrtle Beach is a beautiful city, famous as a Grand Strand on the Atlantic Coast in South Carolina. It is the main hub of the glorious Grand Stand's 60-mile beach stretch and is renowned for its amusement parks, boardwalks and golf courses. It's the kind of city you can do, whatever you prefer, and find something perfectly suitable for you! Regarding accommodations for travelers, various types Myrtle Beach Vacation Home Rentals villas, cottages, condos and cabins furnished with all the modern facilities and amenities are available at the very best prices.

Among the many reasons, its pristine beaches are the reason why families love Myrtle beach. Its musty sand is compact sufficiently to cycle, but waters are also pleasant (and clear enough) for some places to snorkel or scuba dive. With over 60 miles of sugary white sand embracing the turquoise blue water of the Atlantic, it is offering a wide range of fun activities down the coast.

Major Attractions!

Myrtle Beach Broadway: A huge hit with visitors who enjoy all options at hand from driving on a Ferris wheel to dining on the water to shopping, is this outdoor dining, shopping and entertainment complex. The facility is situated on Lake Broadway on a 23 hectare area and offers large crowds like Hard Rock Cafe, Jimmy Buffett Margaritaville, and Ripley Aquarium here. A cinema theatre, over two twelve meals outlets, three hotels, a piano bar, dance clubs and various types of entertainment are available.

Ripley’s Aquarium: Ripley's Myrtle Beach Aquarium is located in Broadway at the beach complex and is a popular destination for families in need of a beach break. The most important exhibit here is the Dangerous Reef, a huge 340-foot tunnel underwater, where sharks, tarpons and green murmurs are surrounding you. Complete your aquarium excursion at the interactive Discovery Centre, where touch ponds contain animals such as puffer fish and horseshoe crabs.

The aquarium also offers unique experiences such as tours behind the scenes, sleeping parties and swimming with stingrays (for an additional fee). If you need some break from the beaches, it's ideal for a day or even, when the weather is bad.

Myrtle Beach: The main attraction at Myrtle beach, although it may seem obvious, is the beautiful white sandy seclusion along the seafront, which spans a total of 60 miles. Fly a kite, look for cocktails, throw a Frisbee or let the children enjoy the water while the parents are looking nearby. Avid sports like boating, fishing, surfing, sailing, windsurfing and scuba diving can be encountered by Adventurers. Many come and read a book just to build up a chair. A walk on the beach at night shows the lights of the hotels with water breaking on the sand. The background sounds.

Myrtle Beach State Park: You can explore the sea forest in the south of the busy Myrtle Beach Sands and rent a night camp at Myrtle Beach State Park. There are activities such as nature trails, surf fishing, horseback riding, and access to a clean and often not very crowded beach as the main shoreline of the city.

It covers over310 acres of land on the southern end of town and offers a wide range of compatible fishing piers, picnic tables, and camps. There is a nature centre available to learn about the turtles, birds and other wildlife of South Carolina that the park is called home. The jetty is a prime place for peaceful marine fishing, according to recent visitors. The beach is clean, they say.

Things to do!

Golfing: Claimed as the Golf Capital of the World.It offers a large number of golf courses in a relatively small area - over 80 actually. Moreover, there can be found all classes designed by major companies such as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones and Greg Norman.

Four courses at the Barefoot Resort & Golf are awaiting visitors, including the Pete Dye, which allows golfers to take on one of Myrtle Beach's most challenging courses. Recent players said that it's hard, but it's worth the demanding play. In the meantime, there are seven holes on the Intracoaster Waterway on Greg Norman course.

Enjoy live music at Carolina Opry: Myrtle Beach's main live music facilities, with shows from country to gospel shows. If you know that you will be there during Christmas, try to score Christmas special tickets for the venue. It's one of the most popular programmes of the Opry and by the summer it was known.

On the north side of the entire Myrtle Beach strip, next to Dolly Parton's Pirates Voyage is the Carolina Opry, on the North Kings Highway. Tickets vary according to show prices. Prices vary.

Visit Amusement Park: Myrtle Beach boasts a wide range of family oriented Amusement Parks. The Family Kingdom Amusement Park is a must for families who visit Myrtle Beach annually, and offers panoramic sea and the Grand Strand panoramic views from its Ferris wheel. The park covers over 13 hectares and offers more than 38 rides, including roller coasters, carrousel, and rides for children. Among the main attractions of the Park, are its highest wheel in the state until 2011 Ferris and the water park which contains water tobogganing and a lazy river. The family members of every age say it is suitable, plus the park is relatively budget friendly.

Best Time Visit Myrtle Beach!

Myrtle Beach is the best time to visit between June and August, when the weather is right to enjoy the beach. During this period of the year (especially in July), you could expect some rain showers afternoons and remember that the hurricane season of the region runs from June to November. You will also have to deal with spring breakers from local colleges overlooking the beach and nearby hotels, and enjoy some hot temperatures, and a bit less, if you are visiting March and May. Auto shops and cooler temperatures ranging between the 70s to mid 40s degree F in the autumn.

How to go to Myrtle Beach?

You can easily access this vacation destination whether you are a local or international traveller. The main airports are: Cape Fear Jetport, Myrtle Beach International Airport, Grand Strand Airport and Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Busses, taxis and cars are part of local transport.

Get Around Myrtle Beach!

Myrtle Beach is by car the best way to get there. You can easily handle the beach hotels by foot if you spend the most of your time. A car is, however, useful for further travel, as the bus is your only option for public transportation. Car rental agencies are located in Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR), right outside the baggage claim area and a large number of taxis and shuttle services are provided outside the terminal.

Where to Accommodate?

Vacation By Owners, the best Myrtle Beach Vacation Rentals by Owners, offers a wide range of Myrtle Beach Vacation Homes to travelers at the very best prices around the clock on a prompt basis. It has excellent customer service to solve the queries of its clients. You can contact it anytime to book your accommodations per your choice and budget.