The historical fishing village of Murrells Inlet
is located 10 miles south of Myrtle Beach and is best known
as the Seafood Capital of the Grand Strand. Listen as the warm
salty breezes whisper tales of the creek and its inhabitants.
Hear the songs of the waterfowls as they search for their breakfast,
diving into the water and mucking through the mud. In the evenings,
a variety of local entertainers make their own music at area
restaurants and bars.
Murrells Inlet beckons you to take a stroll on the award winning
Marsh Walk that skirts the creek or kick back and enjoy a meal
at one of the famous restaurants. With more that 30 restaurants
in the area, Murrells Inlet has something for everyone. Although
seafood is what they are famous for, there are plenty of other
tempting options in the inlet. Murrells Inlet is also home to
great Italian, Chinese, Thai, hamburger and steak restaurants.
Perhaps you would like to catch your own dinner. Captains Dick
Marina offers full and half day fishing charters to help you.
addition to its seafood restaurants, Murrells Inlet is the setting
of Brookgreen Gardens, one of the most-visited attractions along
the Grand Strand.