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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Myrtle Beach is a city in Horry County, South Carolina, United States. Myrtle Beach is located in a region known as the Grand Strand, that stretches from Georgetown, South Carolina to Little River, South Carolina. The population was 22,759 at the 2000 census. The metropolitan population is counted at 196,629 in 2000. Combining all three counties (Horry, Georgetown, and Brunswick, NC), the metro population is 346,548. Edit this section or read more

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  • Courtyard Myrtle Beach Broadway 
  • Tilghman Beach Resort - Come to Myrtle Beach’s newest luxury property,
    Tilghman Beach Resort is designed to offer an unparalleled lifestyle. Many amenities will be a part of residents and guest lifestyles such as a lazy river, indoor and outdoor pools, grill, and convenient on-site management. Both ocean and golf course view properties will reflect classic Mediterranean styling. Every detail is designed for uncompromising quality and each residence has open floor plans for bright, airy living and entertaining, which flow onto a balcony that captures the gentle ocean breeze.


Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday is one of the largest providers of packages & Golf Holiday provides packages for over 75 golf courses and over 100 package providers.

Two of the top golf package providers in the area are Coastal Golfaway and Myrtle Beach Golf.

If you are looking for book a discount tee time in Myrtle Beach, you will definitely want to check out 48 Hour Tee Times.


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Myrtle Beach has a unique style of Carolina Coastal Cuisine featuring plenty of fresh local seafood. In the 1970s and 80s much of this seafood was fried, but in recent decades the trend has turned toward healthier grilled preparation methods.

For several years in a row, the Myrtle Beach area has been named No. 1 in the nation for restaurant growth potential, which means they have a lot of new restaurants!

A great place to learn about local independently owned restaurants (not chains) is at That site has restaurants listed by geographic location and by categories; daily restaurant news; articles about traditional local dishes; and a discussion board where local chefs answer questions.

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