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From bustling cities that are filled with amusement parks and nightlife, to quiet coastal towns where the only constant sound is a sea breeze, there’s a lot to love about the Grand Strand. Discover all the picturesque communities that this stunning corner of South Carolina has to offer, and get ready for a vacation that defies expectations

Calabash

Calabash

Calabash, North Carolina, is located just north of the South Carolina border on the North Carolina coast.

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Conway

Conway

Conway, the county seat of Horry County, is home to numerous buildings and structures that are on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Garden City

Garden City

Garden City, a coastal South Carolina town sometimes known as Garden City Beach, is located just south of Myrtle Beach.

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Georgetown

Georgetown

Georgetown, the third oldest city in South Carolina, is located on Winyah Bay where the Pee Dee, Waccamaw and Sampit Rivers connect.

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Litchfield

Litchfield

Litchfield, a small coastal community located on the southern end of South Carolina’s Pawleys Island, is located about halfway between Myrtle Beach and Georgetown

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Socastee

Socastee

Socastee is a small coastal community in South Carolina located just south of Myrtle Beach.

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Little River

Little River

Little River is a quaint South Carolina coastal village located at the border between North Carolina and South Carolina

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Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is the primary hub of South Carolina’s Pawleys Island, which is a 60-mile stretch of coastline that welcomes approximately 14 million visitors each year.

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North Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach, located on the northern South Carolina coast, was formed in 1968 with a merger of area towns Windy Hill, Crescent Beach, Cherry Grove and Atlantic Beach.

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Surfside Beach

Surfside Beach

In the early 1800s, much of what is now Surfside Beach was owned by John Tillman and called The Ark Plantation.

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Murrells Inlet

Murrells Inlet

Murrells Inlet, South Carolina began as a small fishing village. In the early 1900s, commercial fishing was a popular industry for Murrells Inlet, and catches were shipped north on schooners.

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