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People love living in Myrtle Beach for the resort atmosphere, easy access to golf courses and plenty of natural recreation opportunities. Partly due to the rapid increase in population nearby cities, Myrtle Beach is a hot real estate market. There are many exciting established, recently finished and ongoing developments. Simplify your search by connecting with one of our local experts. They will talk to you about your requirements and suggest options to fit your needs. (read more about Myrtle Beach)
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Almost right between Wilmington and Charleston, Myrtle Beach, SC, is one of the Southeast's prime destinations for vacationers. It is conveniently connected to the coast by Highway 17, and to the inland communities by a series of other highway connections. Most people at want to maximize their time in the city just fly in, as the Myrtle Beach airport is right in town and only about 10 minute drive from the main tourist attractions.
For the most part, this is a resort town — although other economic sectors are growing as the population booms and development increases. The city stretches along the beach for several miles, with family-friendly parks, waterfront restaurants, nature preserves, hotels, beaches and golf courses lining every inch. Most of the businesses along the ocean cater to the crowds of visitors who come to town to attend conventions, to explore the water, to participate in events — such as Bike Week, for example — or just to spend their vacation time. Those who want to get away from the fast-paced central area also have plenty of opportunities for fishing, nature exploration, birdwatching and boating in the massive Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge nearby.
There's another major draw for many who come to Myrtle Beach: golf. The town is almost synonymous with the sport, and for good reason. Around a hundred courses dot the area. The clubs, amenities are all different, but there are some designed by the most prominent names in the game. The bottom line is that you could play every day for an entire season in Myrtle Beach without repeating a single hole.