Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Shop Myrtle Beach

It's time for some retail therapy! When you're vacationing on the Grand Strand, you'll find yourself in a shopper's paradise. Whether you seek outlets, malls, boutiques, quaint shops or flea markets, we have what you're looking for.

Tanger Outlets North
1.) The Tanger Outlets, known for their incredible discounts and wide selection,  have two separate Myrtle Beach locations. Tanger Outlets North is located just off of Bypass 17 while Tanger Outlets South is situated on Highway 501. Each outlet center carries its own unique set of vendors so make time to visit them both!

2.) The Coastal Grand mall, second largest shopping mall in South Carolina, is located right here in Myrtle Beach. Built in 2004, this mall houses over 170 stores including Old Navy, Bed Bath & Beyond, American Eagle, Dick's Sporting Goods and Express. Their anchor stores include Dillard, JC Penney, Belk and Sears. The mall is surrounded by several excellent restaurants and also contains an in-house food court.

Broadway at the Beach
3.) Broadway at the Beach has been a Myrtle Beach hot-spot since it's Grand Opening in 1996. 350 acres house over 100 unique shops and boutiques- a great place for vacation souvenirs! After a long day of shopping, choose from the dozens of restaurants located in the complex, including Jimmy Buffet's Margartiaville, Liberty Steakhouse, Hard Rock Cafe and Yamatos.

4.) Surfside Beach is home to the largest open air flea market on the Grand Strand! Hudson's Surfside Flea Market features 400 vendor tables sellign purses, jewelry, kitchenwares, sunglasses, cell phone accessories and much more. Locals have named it the best flea market on the beach, and we're sure you'll love it as much as we do!

The Market Common
5.) The Market Common was welcomed to the Myrtle Beach area just 4 short years ago. Filled with quaint shops, town homes, a movie theater, restaurants, parks, and even a grocery store, this lifestyle center feels like its own little town! Popular vendors include Barnes & Noble, White House Black Market, Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn and Anthropologie. Located only minutes away from Plantation Resort, The Market Common is the perfect shopping retreat on a beautiful day!

6.) Hot day? Shop at the indoor, climate controlled Myrtle Beach Flea Market. With some of the lowest prices in the area, this 80,000 square foot market features discount name brand shoes, golf clubs, jewelry, airbrush artists, beachwear, antiques and more. With a large number of varied vendors, this is shopping the whole family can enjoy!

Barefoot Landing
7.) If you're heading to the North Myrtle Beach area, don't miss Barefoot Landing. Over 100 specialty shops along their boardwalk are filled with regional apparel, shoes, jewelry, and gifts. After you work up an appetite, make sure to eat at the Flying Fish, Johnny Rockets, House of Blues, or one of their other popular restaurants.

8.) For true Southern charm and low-country art, visit The Hammock Shops. Founded in 1938 and set in a blooming park with moss-draped oaks, 20 shops feature quaint local craftmanship- including the famous Pawleys's Island rope hammock.

Be sure to make room in your suitcase for all your great finds and souvenirs! For additional shopping information, directions or brochures, stop by our Front Desk or call 1-800-845-5039. Happy shopping!

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