Surfside Beach is the perfect girls' getaway. It's not as busy and crowded as Myrtle Beach, the views (even from the second row) are more expansive because of our building laws, and we have world-class vacation rentals.
If you're headed to our beach this spring or summer, here are five things you'll want to know.
1. Know the beach rules
You'll want to consult the Town of Surfside Beach's rules before planning your trip. A few noteworthy items: alcohol, smoking, & motor vehicles are not permitted on the beach. Leashed dogs are welcome,...more
Ever been at the beach and wondering what you’re going to have for dinner? Well, wonder no more! Pizza Hyena is the place to go.
If you’re looking for pan or West Coast style pizza, then you need to go somewhere else! In Surfside, Pizza Hyena serves 10” Neapolitan style flatbread pizzas baked in a 700 degree oven straight from Italy. That’s right; you can experience a little bit of the Mediterranean while never leaving South Carolina.
The Iconic Pier, shown here in renderings by Collins Engineering, will be the only concrete pier in South Carolina and the longest concrete pier on the East Coast. It will have elements that make it hurricane resistant and even more indoor/outdoor dining space. It is also set to be 10 feet higher than the previous pier and have an extra building in addition to a wooden deck.
We are thrilled about this new addition to the Entertainment district in Surfside and know that it is sure to draw many new visitors to the area. Locals are very excited to have more...more
The Entertainment District in Surfside Beach is in deep need of revitalization since the pier was destroyed in 2016 by Hurricane Mathew. But never fear, there will be new attractions and eateries for you enjoyment all summer long.
Chimichanga Llama is opening on June 21, 2021 and will feature delicious, Mexican-style eats in a casual, fun, and family-friendly environment.
With the completion of the Iconic Pier, as well as the opening of new restaurants, Surfside vacationers won’t have to worry about driving to Myrtle Beach or Murrells Inlet. They can...more