Who doesn’t love the occasional break from the sun? With an abundance of shopping choices in and around the Grand Strand, you’re sure to find the perfect gift for your best friend back home or yourself. If you’re staying in North Myrtle Beach, Barefoot Landing has a variety of fun shops offering everything from beautiful hand-made silver jewelry at A Silver Shack to cute, beachy décor at Beach House. This beautiful shopping venue also houses a variety of specialty food shops and eateries.
With locations in both North Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach, Tanger Outlets is a great choice for a day-long shopping outing. Featuring everything from Coach to American Eagle to Nike, there is something for everyone! Oceana Resorts guests receive a discount coupon book free of charge when visiting the Guest Satisfaction office – simply show them your privileges card.
Who doesn’t love a bargain? The Myrtle Beach area is home to a wide variety of consignment shops with great deals. Some of our favorites include Finders Keepers and Upscale Resale. These fun shops often feature everything from furnishings to décor to clothing. Take a leisurely strip down Business 17 and you’ll be sure to encounter several of these shops in a short time.
Need to pick up a few souvenirs? Tsunami Surf Shop has multiple locations as does Ron Jon’s Surf Shop. Ron Jon’s is a participating guest privileges partner so you’ll receive a discount there when using your guest privileges card. Both stores feature the best is surf-brand apparel and accessories as well as a variety of fun gift options. Of course, there is a bargain beachwear shop on nearly every corner so if its sand toys or beach towels you’re seeking, you will find them here.
If you are up to taking a day trip, there are two really great options. The first is Pawley’s Island. Located about 30 minutes south of Myrtle Beach (depending on the season and traffic), Pawley’s Island is home to one of the most unique shopping experiences around – Hammock Shops Village. This quaint shopping village is home to nearly thirty shopping and dining options and its charm is captivating.
Another fun shopping option is a day trip to Wilmington, NC. The Cotton Exchange is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. This historic shopping destination features eight beautifully restored buildings that maintain their old world charm. With thirty specialty shops and restaurants, you’re sure to find something to please.