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Myrtle Beach

South Carolina

Shopping the Grand Strand - Barefoot Landing

Surf, sand, amusement parks and golf aren’t the only activities in South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach area. The area enjoys a sterling reputation as a vibrant shopping destination by the sea, luring travelers for whom shopping is the number one priority as well as those for whom shopping is only a part of their fun-filled day. The Grand Strand, as the Myrtle Beach area is popularly known, stretches for 60 miles along the Atlantic coast and abounds with retail options from boutiques to factory outlets to mixed-use shopping and entertainment complexes that tempt every imaginable budget, taste and style.

Barefoot Landing

At Barefoot Landing, shopping feels close to nature. Adjacent to miles of boardwalk overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway near North Myrtle Beach, the popular complex features more than 100 retail shops and 15 waterside restaurants, including the House of Blues restaurant and concert hall. Serious shoppers will find everything from apparel, jewelry and shoes to gifts, toys and specialty foods, while families will delight in Alligator Adventure and the Alabama Theatre. And when it’s time for a stroll, the breezy boardwalk awaits.

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