Myrtle Beach

Travel Planning Brief

Attractions »

  • Beach

    – For most, the reason Myrtle Beach exists in the first place. The beach(es) and surrounding area has been catalogued in an on-line gallery of aerial photographs.
  • Golf

    – Myrtle Beach's other main draw is the golf, for both old and young alike.
  • Myrtle Beach Pavilion Amusement Park

    – In business for more than fifty years, an 11-acre playground by the sea with rides, games, food, and entertainment. The summer of 2006 is its farewell season.

Transportation »

  • Getting there

    • Orbitz

      – As authoritative as it gets for airline flights.
  • Getting around

Lodging »

  • Priceline

    – For a vacation destination like Myrtle Beach, booking a hotel through Priceline is a good option. Educating yourself with the resources available at will help make the bidding process less intimidating.

Dining »

  • Crabby Mike's

    – All-you-can-eat seafood (and non-seafood) buffet with 120 items in a creatively-designed setting - about $25 per person.
  • Cagney's

    – Open since 1976, with Myrtle Beach memorabilia on display to enjoy with your meal. A bit on the pricier side.