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Shopping in Myrtle Beach
Shopaholics will feel right at home in the North Myrtle Beach area. The Grand Strand area is packed with tons of unique shopping venues, many of which offer dining and entertainment as well, making it easy to enjoy a day full of fun with the family.
The Market Common offers visitors an upscale shopping experience with a unique urban village feel. Offering a wide variety of shopping and dining options, guests can stroll the shop lined avenues and enjoy everything from popular national retailers to quaint local shops. Popular shops include Francesca’s Collection, Anthropologie, Barnes & Noble, Fossil, Williams-Sonoma, and Pottery Barn. This venue is also home to the area’s first Apple Store! After a day full of shopping, kick back and refuel at one of the area’s popular eateries like Nacho Hippo, P.F. Changs, or Divine Prime Wine and Tapas Bar.
Savvy shoppers will want to be sure to head to one of the two Tanger Factory Outlet locations in the area. Known for offering a wide variety of well known national brands at discounted prices, these venues are perfect for visitors who are looking to get the most bang for their buck. Enjoy discounts at stores like J. Crew, Nine West, Brooks Brothers, Polo Ralph Lauren, Old Navy, and more!
Located along the Intracoastal Waterway in North Myrtle Beach, Barefoot Landing offers a picturesque shopping experience. This unique venue offers more than 50 different shopping options conveniently located in one place. Here, visitors can find everything they are looking for from apparel and accessories to jewelry and gifts. Popular shops include White House | Black Market, Chico’s, Bijuju, Del Sol, and Southern Pearls. Family Attractions and restaurants round out this venue, making it the ideal one stop shop for an afternoon of fun.
Guests looking for a truly local shopping experience are encouraged to head south to Pawley’s Island and visit their famous Hammock Shops. These quaint shops have been in existence since 1938 and have remained a popular destination. The venue has a charming old village feel and is home to over 25 different shops and restaurants. As the name might suggest, they are famous for their handcrafted hammocks as well as their homemade fudge that can be found at several of the shops.
One cannot take a beach vacation and forget to go shopping and staying in Myrtle Beach makes shopping fun and easy. This area is home to a plethora of shopping options offering everything from popular national retailers to charming local vendors. Whether you are looking to take a quick afternoon trip or enjoy a day chock-full of mall hopping and serious shopping, you are sure to find everything you are looking for during your Myrtle Beach vacation!