Get away with the girls for an amazing Myrtle Beach vacation. Choose from a selection of premiere oceanfront resorts, many of which offer complimentary welcome baskets to wine and dine you. Enjoy full amenity resorts with pools, Jacuzzis, restaurants, pubs, arcades and spas at your fingertips.

While the sun is certainly a big draw, your girlfriend getaway can be filled with a lot more than just a day at the beach. With 60 miles of soft, sandy beach, there is everything from casino boats, historic gardens, comedy clubs, dinner shows, amusement parks, concerts, waterparks, and plantation tours to keep you busy day and night. Go Dolphin watching, relax on a riverboat, take a guided backwoods tour on an ATV, or cast a lines off the pier to try your hand at deep-sea fishing.

When you’re ready to relax, experience the magic of relaxing at one of Myrtle Beach’s many premiere shopping locations, The Market Common or Barefoot Landing. Enjoy over 100+ upscale shops that offer premier clothing, accessories and specialty gifts. Taste the culinary delights of nearby restaurants and enjoy festivals like Art in the Park, Bluegrass, and the Dragon Boats.

Just south of Myrtle Beach, Brookgreen Gardens outdoor museum has been an inspiring place for the renewal of the spirit. Voted one of the Top 10 Public Gardens by Tripadvisor, explore natural floral gardens and renowned sculptures was built upon the grounds of four former plantation grounds. Built in the 1930s, revel in the tropical beauty of South Carolina’s low country and graceful southern hospitality.

If you’re interested in nightlife, the Myrtle Beach area has hundreds of venues for live music and dance options for every taste. Take the girls out on the town for an unforgettable night with free concerts all along the Boardwalk.

And you don’t have to leave your furry friends at home either. Many fantastic oceanfront hotels from North Myrtle Beach to Garden City Beach offer pet friendly accommodations. Be sure to also enjoy the North and South Barc Parcs, two off-leash dog parks, one located near Grand Park and The Market Common and the second at 62nd Ave. North.