Beach Vacations

4403 US Highway 17 South

North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

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Phone: (843) 449-2400

City: North Myrtle Beach

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Beach Vacations

Welcome to Beach Vacations of Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach featuring an array of over 800 vacation condominiums throughout the Grand Strand. At Beach Vacations you'll find one of the areas largest selections of fully furnished 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom condominiums with locations ranging from luxury oceanfront to exclusive golf & vacation resorts. Whatever your choice you're sure to find the perfect vacation at the perfect price. Be sure to check out our up to the minute internet specials!

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Slave Houses & Chapel - Mansfield Plantation B&B
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The slave village contains six slave cabins and a slave chapel. In 1860, there were over one hundred slaves living and working in Mansfield. Major filming site for "The Patriot."
Bistro 217
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Located in the heart of Pawleys Island, South Carolina and close to Myrtle Beach, Bistro 217 offers an array of fine dining choices of seafood, steaks and pasta. Top your evening and meal off with an assortment of specialty desserts.
Black River Outdoors
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South Carolina is a paddling wonderland! Visitors of all ages with a spirit of adventure and an appreciation of nature and history will enjoy paddling the slow-moving waters of the Tidelands of South Carolina. Naturalist guided 2-hour and 4-hour kayak...
Pawleys Island Tavern
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The Pawleys Island Tavern, or "PIT" for short, is a restaurant and bar in the lowcountry of South Carolina. Lunch and dinner served daily from Tuesday until Sunday. For lunch, they offer $5.95 "blue plate" specials and dinner features their chef’s...
Town of Awendaw
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Awendaw

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Awendaw was named by the Sewee Native American tribe. It is also home to an oyster shell mound created by the Sewee Tribe. It is often referred to as "The Spanish Fort". Most of the mound is still intact. The rest of it was destroyed to construct roads...