It also boasts possibly the best collection of golf courses in South Carolina as well as fine dining restaurants, bars, quaint shopping malls and historic and natural attractions including Brookgreen Gardens, Hobcaw Barony and Huntington Beach State Park.
You won’t find any huge shopping malls in Pawleys Island, just quaint little collections of shops. Restaurants are predominantly local establishments, preparing traditional low country cuisine which is very seafood orientated, although plenty of steaks and other alternatives as well, but no big American chain restaurants apart from one or two fast food outlets.
At the north end of Pawleys Island is Litchfield Beach where you will find one of our featured resorts, Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort, as well as a collection of local shops and restaurants.
In short, Pawleys Island is a lovely area which has a lot to offer golfers, nature lovers and food lovers alike.
Just a ten minute drive north of Litchfield, you will find Murrells Inlet the ‘seafood capital of South Carolina’ and possibly the best nightspot in the entire Myrtle Beach / Pawleys Island area. The focal point of Murrells Inlet is the Marshwalk which features a number of restaurants and bars overlooking a boardwalk with beautiful views of the Inlet.
15 minutes south of Pawleys Island is the historic city of Georgetown with some of the oldest housing in America. The focal point of Georgetown is the waterfront, home to a number of restaurants, bars and shops.
Most people that stay in Pawleys Island usually reserve one day for a trip to Charleston which is about 90 minutes south and well worth a visit.
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