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The Market Common Myrtle Beach
The Market Common Myrtle Beach

The Market Common is far more than a shopping complex. Enjoy splendid shopping, delicious dining, and luxurious living in Myrtle Beach's newest beautifully-designed village. Packed with the most celebrated names in retail and dining, you will find everything you need.

Broadway at the Beach
Broadway at the Beach

South Carolina's Best Travel Destination invites you to experience 350 acres of shopping, dining, attractions and top-flight hotels. Come to a paradise filled with non-stop celebrations during your next vacation to Myrtle Beach. Broadway at the Beach® - Where Myrtle Beach Comes to Life!

Coastal Grand Mall
Coastal Grand Mall

The second largest shopping mall in South Carolina. Host to such retail giants as Belk, Dillard's, JCPenny, Dick's Sporting Goods, Sears, Victoria Secret, Bed Bath And Beyond, Ulta, Old Navy and many more.

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  • Barefoot Landing
    Barefoot Landing

    Stroll the boardwalk and visit Barefoot Landing’s array of shops – we have it all, from unique and original gifts, to national and regional apparel, accessory and shoe stores! Barefoot Landing houses a collection of more than 100 specialty and retail shops suitable for the entire family, including jewelry, specialty foods and toy stores. Take a break and relax in the cool breezes that blow off the Waterway. Look no further for a shopping experience that every age will enjoy.

  • Tanger Outlet - Highway 17
    Tanger Outlet - Highway 17

    Enjoy your favorite names in retail at the most unbeatable prices. From Coach to Tommy Hilfiger, Adidas to Rack Room Shoes and Yankee Candle to Le Gourmet Chef, Tanger Outlets does shopping right. Conveniently located off Highway 17 across from Myrtle Beach Mall.

  • Callahans of Calabash
    Callahans of Calabash

    Nautical gifts and decor are naturals at the shore - and Callahan's has nearly everything you can imagine. Like lighthouses? Here you will find replicas, photos, maps, throws, and even jigsaw puzzles ... all of lighthouses. There are also sea captains and sea life, pirates and flamingos, corks and nets, shells and sculptures, boats in and out of bottles, and more. As the old saying goes, "if they don't have it, you don't need it."

  • Inlet Square Mall
    Inlet Square Mall

    A 425,000-square-foot single-level regional shopping center in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Packed with such shopping stores as Bath & Body Works, Belk, Frank Theaters, Stein Mart and Books-A-Million.

  • Hudson’s Surfside Flea Market
    Hudson’s Surfside Flea Market

    The Grand Strand's Largest Open Air Flea Market. Originally built in 1975, Hudson's Flea Market has hosted millions of visitors looking to make a deal.