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Daytrips on The Grand Strand

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    Conway

    From storied historical sights and beautiful live oaks to top-notch shopping and restaurants, downtown Conway has much to offer Myrtle Beach visitors. more

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    Calabash, N.C.

    Head north of the border to North Carolina to enjoy the best attractions, shopping and the famous Calabash-style seafood in Calabash, N.C.! more

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    Georgetown

    Explore the Grand Strand's south end with a trip to Georgetown, SC's historic seaport. Enjoy great shopping, top-notch restaurants, the scenic Harborwalk and much more! more

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    Pawleys Island

    Enjoy the south end's most "Arrogantly shabby" retreat! Get details on the gorgeous golf courses, beautiful beaches and amazing history of Pawleys Island. more

Local Itineraries

Looking for things to do around the Grand Strand? Check out these itineraries of activities for folks with specific interests from our blog:

Driving Destinations

Here’s a look at some other destinations around the region and how far they are from Myrtle Beach by car:

North Carolina

Asheville: 4 hrs., 45 min.
Charlotte: 3 hrs., 30 min.
Fayetteville: 2 hrs., 5 min.
Greensboro: 3 hrs., 20 min.
Outer Banks: 5 hrs., 30 min.
Raleigh: 2 hrs., 55 min.
Southport: 1 hr., 15 min.
Wilmington: 1 hr., 20 min.
Winston-Salem: 3 hrs., 35 min.

South Carolina

Beaufort: 3 hrs., 15 min.
Columbia: 2 hrs., 35 min.
Charleston: 1 hr., 55 min.
Folly Beach: 2 hr., 10 min.
Greenville: 4 hrs.
Hilton Head: 3 hrs., 45 min.
Kiawah Island: 3 hrs., 35 min.
Spartanburg: 3 hrs., 50 min.

Georgia

Augusta: 3 hrs., 35 min.
Atlanta: 5 hrs., 30 min.
Savannah: 3 hrs., 45 min.

Out-of-town Daytrips

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    Florence, S.C.

    Enjoy the southern charm of the Pee Dee region with a daytrip to Florence, S.C.'s top sights, museums, parks and restaurants! more

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    Columbia, S.C.

    If you've already seen the beach's best, head west and see the State Capital's top sights with a trip to Columbia, S.C.! more

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    Wilmington, N.C.

    Experience all the Cape Fear Basin has to offer with a day trip to historic Wilmington, N.C. See some of the region's most interesting sights, best restaurants and lively nightlife! more

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    Charleston, S.C.

    Once you've tackled all the Grand Strand has to offer, head south to check out the Lowcountry's top attractions, restaurants and sights! more

Take a daytrip during your Myrtle Beach vacation!

Daytrips to Georgetown Front StreetEven with all the amazing attractions in Myrtle Beach, those who never venture beyond the beach are missing out on a great deal of what makes a vacation in the Coastal Carolinas special.

Throughout the region there’s a rich and storied history filled with southern traditions, beautiful scenery and amazing architecture that can seen during a quick day trip from Myrtle Beach.

Places such as Conway, Georgetown, Pawleys Island and Calabash, N.C., all offer unique glimpses into the past while also offering first-rate modern attractions, restaurants, shopping and activities of their own.

Within a short drive of as little as 15 minutes or up to 2 hours you can experience any of these southern destinations first-hand and also visit other well-known cities around the region including Florence, Charleston, Columbia and Wilmington, N.C.

To learn more about any of these places and specific attractions, click below or check out the Myrtle Beach Insider Blog for more information on day trips and itineraries.

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