top retirement destinations: myrtle beach
Travel Tips: Getting There and Getting Around
Traveling to the Myrtle Beach area by car is easier
than ever, thanks to the addition of new highways and
improvements to existing ones. Interstates 20 and 95
pass through South Carolina in close proximity to the
Grand Strand, and U.S. Highways 17 and 501, and S.C.
Highways 9 and 544 provide direct access to the Myrtle
Navigating the Grand Strand is relatively easy. Most
destinations can be reached via three main arteries: Ocean
Boulevard, Kings Highway and U.S. 17 Bypass.
With over 800,000 people from across the country
flying in and out of Myrtle Beach over seven airlines,
the Myrtle Beach International Airport serves as the
commercial airport for the Grand Strand. Accessible from
U.S. 17 Business or Bypass, it is located on the south end
of Myrtle Beach, approximately one mile from the Atlantic
Ocean. The area is also serviced by three local airports—
Conway-Horry County Airport, Grand Strand Airport and
Loris-Twin Cities Airport. |
Once a family farm, this unique community is rooted in life’s
simple pleasures. Farmstead entwines the passion of golf and
coastal living with natural beauty, culture and convenience.
Calabash, North Carolina
Minutes from white sand beaches, Wilmington and Myrtle
Sales offered by Willetts Properties at
Beach. Homesites from the mid $100s.
Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Realty
This does not constitute an offer in any state