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Ocean Front Condo, Golf Courses and Whatnot- Myrtle Beach is the King of all Beaches

Ocean Front Condo, Golf Courses and Whatnot- Myrtle Beach is the King of all Beaches

It really doesn’t matter whether you’re planning to spend a day or a month or you’re moving in here altogether, what matters is that Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is fully loaded. It has everything in stock for you and all you have to do is show up and seize the day.

When you think about beaches, you think of nice sand, warm sun, some cottages, and a few stores. Well, the same is the case at Myrtle Beach but with a lot more extra toppings; meaning a huge variety of vacation rentals, real fancy shopping malls, and of course, food that your taste buds will never stop craving.

Myrtle Beach is one of the most crowded tourist spot in United States and this is why there’s an excellent variety of vacation rentals. And if you have a thing for ocean front condos then we’re in the same boat. This is one of the many reasons Myrtle Beach makes for great eye candy for all the visitors. Whether you want to rent a house at the Forest Dunes resort, Kingston, Magnolia, Ocean Forest or River Oaks, every location has a variety of well-maintained condos from the size of single bedroom to five.

Coming back to the food! There’s some really delicious, freshly cooked seafood and Mexican food available in Myrtle Beach. To name a few best restaurants:

=         Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy

=         Farlo’s Burrito bar

=         Fiesta Mexicana

=         Nacho Hippo

=         Margaraita’s Mexican Restaurant

=         Aspen Grille

=         The Blue Crab

=         Bonefish Grill

=         Capt. John’s Seafood Grill

=         Rockefeller Raw Bar

For all those golf lovers, there are tons of golf courses in the vicinity of Myrtle Beach. Below is a list of the most played courses.

1.       Caledonia

2.       Dunes Golf & Beach Club

3.       Barefoot Resort

4.       Tidewater Golf Club

5.       True Blue

6.       Grande Dunes

7.       Heritage Club

8.       Oyster Bay Golf

9.       Pink Lakes Country Club

10.   Wachesaw Plantation

Every golf course has its own price range based on the services and specifications. Some are more expensive than the others because there’s an ocean front view or the architecture is great or maybe the layout is exceptionally beautiful. But of course, if you’re on a limited budget, there are quite a few courses that don’t offer as many options to the players but are easy on the pocket.

Myrtle Beach is like a mini world of its own, from luxurious and well-equipped condos to never ending golf courses; there is a lot that comes in between such as shopping malls, museums, theatres, and of course, water sports.

If you don’t have your own equipment, there are rental facilities available. You can literally have the time of your life by cruising on a watercraft, go surfing, river rafting and experience deep sea fishing. Not only this, if there is anything you forgot to pack because you were overwhelmed by the whole thought of a ‘Myrtle Beach Trip’, you need not worry. You can easily rent cribs, beach umbrellas, high chairs, bicycles etc.

If you’re interested in shopping, you can visit Tanger Outlet ( in Myrtle Beach and believe me, there is absolutely nothing you wouldn’t find there. To sum it up, Myrtle Beach is the king of all beaches because it’s not just white sand and beach tan, it’s a complete package and a trip that will give you memories you’ll cherish forever.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

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