Welcome to The Beach! 

You made it to The Beach! We are so excited to welcome you to the Myrtle Beach area, also known as the Grand Strand. We love it here – and we know you will too!  The Grand Strand is 60 miles of beautiful beaches comprised of 14 communities all with their unique vibes. We rounded up an insider guide for all our airport travelers, so you can start planning your fun vacation activities now.

Oceanfront, Waterfront, Quiet, Fun... there is a dining option for you!

We invite you to enjoy the many exciting activities Myrtle Beach has to offer…

View the Official Myrtle Beach Area Digital Visitors Guide.

 

Transportation

Whether you are exploring all 60 miles of coastline or hanging out around your accommodation, there are several resources to easily get around the Grand Strand that you can find on our website, including parking, bus routes, and additional rental car locations.

 

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Market Common Luggage Storage

The Market Common offers luggage storage for any layover passengers traveling through the Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) for free at their Management Office (4017 Deville Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577) during their regular business hours, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday.

The Market Common is conveniently located near MYR and offers some of the finest shopping and dining in Myrtle Beach. Please call 843-839-3500 for more information.

 

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Pack Your Patience

Please pack your patience as you explore the Grand Strand! For a variety of reasons, many businesses are experiencing staffing shortages that could cause longer wait times in many places. Front line workers are working hard to accommodate all visitors, so please be kind and pack your patience.