Florence has moved on and our beaches have never looked better. However, there is a lot of flooding and road closures leading into and out of the area. Travelers on the roads are encouraged to exercise extreme caution, plan ahead, and check SCDOT.org or call 511 for the latest information. Be patient and expect lengthy travel times, blocked roadways or detours.
Myrtle Beach transportation includes traveling by air, by car or by train! And travel to South Carolina's Myrtle Beach area is easier than ever. The favorite way for visitors to get to the Grand Strand is by car, but if you're planning a long weekend getaway a golf outing, or a fun shopping expedition, Myrtle Beach transportation can accommodate! Learn more about how to get around the Myrtle Beach area.
Traveling by Air
So you're the traveler who wants to get to the Grand Strand fast so you can begin enjoying the sights and sounds of the Myrtle Beach area sooner, no problem! Flying nonstop to the Myrtle Beach area is quick and effortless with so many well-known carriers including Allegiant Air, Delta, Porter, Spirit, United, USAirways and WestJet. Check to see if your location flies to the Myrtle Beach area!
The Myrtle Beach International Airport serves as the commercial airport for the Grand Strand and also offers service for private companies. Once you've arrived, don't fret over transportation to your ultimate destination. Myrtle Beach transportation is available whether you're seeking a rental car, taxi or limousine service. In addition to the Myrtle Beach International Airport, there are several other local airports serving the private and corporate sectors.
We want you to visit so we're working hard to expand roadways for travel to South Carolina's Myrtle Beach area. A proposed Interstate 73 corridor would create more of a direct route for visitors to the Grand Strand from states throughout the upper mid-west and north east.
Want to know how "close" you are to the Myrtle Beach Area? Take a look at these cities and the driving distance from them.