Myrtle Beach has everything you need in a spring break vacation site plus more. It takes on a luxurious resort theme while keeping the experience simple with the comforts of home. The soft sandy beaches make for great family fun with the simple shell collecting down to the more thrilling water sports.
Accommodations can easily be found right near some of the best spots for a spring break day trip. All parts of Myrtle Beach practically have hotels to make sure no one is left out. The Central Myrtle beach is most convenient for tourists as it is only minutes from the airport. Marine life, parks, entertainment and dining are aspects that part of the beach boasts.
College students on spring break should check out the a discount guide published by the Myrtle Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau .. Whether it's the local specialty seafood you're looking for or some pizza or steaks, there is something for you here. Restaurants with nice themes like House of Blues and Planet Hollywood abound this part of the beach as well as specialty seafood restaurants like River City Café and Sea Captain's House.
The North boasts hotels by the seas and luxurious resorts such as the Grand Strand Resorts as well as golfing. Resorts here are perfect for families because of the constant renovations being made as well as the addition of amenities. Commercial areas are present just as much as more serene areas so families can easily choose among hotels and resorts. The golf courses here are among the world's most challenging ones. In addition, the intrict courses do not interfere with the wildlife and inevitably keeps a wonderful 'green' theme.
The South is known for waterfront dining and music. Various condos and villas are there for added options away from hotels and resorts. Live theaters, concerts and dinner shows abound this part of the Myrtle Beach. Theaters here hold at least 2000 people and vary in theme. For popular American music, Good Vibrations! is the place to be. For blues, there's the House of Blues.
Myrtle Beach Spring Break also takes you to the past in Elvis Presley's time where rock legends play it out. Even further in history is the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament where mock battles between knights are held while four course dinners are enjoyed – perfect for family dining.