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Take a holiday and bask in the sunshine at Myrtle Beach
With its stunning boardwalk, beautiful beaches, and exciting attractions, a holiday at Myrtle Beach could be your best one yet. Tucked away on the southeast coast of the United States, this South Carolina city is a thriving hub of tourists and locals alike.
Enjoy South Carolina on a Myrtle Beach car hire
Whether you prefer to spend your days relaxing on the beach with toes in the sand, or riding every ride at the local theme parks, there is something for everyone in this seaside town. With so much to experience, the best way to get around Myrtle Beach is by hiring a rental car.
Planning a USA car hire road trip? Visit our guide to USA driving distances to help map your route.
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A quick guide to Myrtle Beach International Airport
Fly in to Myrtle Beach International Airport from major American cities such as Atlanta, Cleveland, New York and Baltimore. Enjoy coffee and a snack at one of the cafes, make use of the airport’s free WiFi, and shop around the various retail stores.
Ready to explore Myrtle Beach? Pick up the keys to your rental car from the car hire facility located just outside the terminal.
Whether you’re staying in a beachfront cottage in Myrtle Beach or staying slightly further afield, this holiday spot has plenty of accommodation options.
Driving in Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach can get quite busy with tourists exploring the area on foot and by car. Watch out for pedestrians along the waterfront and keep a safe distance between you and vehicles in front. Streets and attractions are well signposted, and despite the popularity of the area, driving your rental car in Myrtle Beach is pretty straightforward.
Driving to and from the airport
Myrtle Beach International Airport is located just four miles southwest of the CBD, the drive to town taking approximately 10 minutes. From the airport, head out onto Jetport Road, take a right onto Harrelson Blvd, and left onto US-17. Follow the signs into the city.
If you’ve arranged to pick up your rental car from the city, there are taxis and bus services available to take you to the CBD.
Tips for driving in Myrtle Beach
Take note of these driving tips before you get behind the wheel of your hired car. For more information, see our USA driving guide.
- Motorists drive on the right-hand side of the road.
- Be aware of four-way stops. Whomever arrives first moves on first. If two vehicles arrive at the same time, drivers give way to the right.
- You may turn right on a red at the traffic lights, unless otherwise stated.
Where to park - at the airport and in the city
At Myrtle Beach International Airport, both short and long-term parking are available. Short-term parking begins at $3.00 for 30 minutes, with a maximum of $21 per day. Long-term parking is a flat rate of $12 per day. Both car parks are just a short walk away from the main terminal building.
In the city, there are a number of parking buildings and on-street, metered parking is available. Parking meters indicate time restrictions, so be sure to check them before you leave your rental car.
Whether you’re after a quiet retreat or a fun time, Myrtle Beach can accommodate you.
Brief guide to your holiday at Myrtle Beach
Where to Stay
Resorts, hotels, inns and motels are plentiful in Myrtle Beach. We recommend the following options:
- Sea Watch Resort
- Thomas Beach Vacations
- The Caravelle Resort
- Twilight Surf Motel
- Aqua Beach Inn
- Bermuda Sands
- Camelot by the Sea Resort
- Southern Breeze Motel
Events and Festivals
Myrtle Beach is host to a multitude of events and festivals throughout the year. If you plan well, you may even catch more than one!
- World Famous Blue Crab Festival (May)
- Can-Am Days (July)
- Sun Fun Festival (June)
- Carolina Country Music Fest(June)
- Beach Boogie & BBQ Festival (September)
- Loris Bog-Off Festival (October)
Things to do in Myrtle Beach
It may be famous for its beautiful coastline, but Myrtle Beach has so much more to offer than great sunbathing opportunities. Whether you’re into theme parks, nature, cruises or shopping, there’s something for every type of holidaymaker.
- Family Kingdom Amusement Park
- Blackbeard's Pirate Cruise
- Brookgreen Gardens
- Myrtle Waves
- The Carolina Opry
- Myrtle Beach State Park
If you’ve exhausted this list, take a day trip in your rental car to nearby Charleston or Columbia.
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