Along with beach wear and fun souvenirs, boutiques with finds that “wow” you are an exciting part of the shopping experience on the south end. Read on for your personal guide to shopping from Surfside to Georgetown!
Highway 17 Bypass in Surfside Beach has many chain stores that offer great shopping, but for something unique, venture down to 17 Business and stop in Old Time Pottery for bargains on everything related to your home. Hudson’s Flea Market is just fun – there’s so much there, and it changes nearly every day!
Tweaked, on Business 17 in Murrells Inlet is one of our favorite boutiques with fun home décor and jewelry. Pluff Mud is another Murrells Inlet fav and great for just about anything! For everything outdoors, stop by Murrells Inlet Outpost – they also offer charter fishing tours!
The Litchfield and Pawleys Island area is filled with fun shops and boutiques – leave plenty of time to stop by a few of our favorites.
Everyone loves The Hammock Shops Village. What started 75 years ago with the creation of those famous rope hammocks, has become a Pawleys Island landmark! With five restaurants and nearly two dozen shops, this is Pawleys Island’s destination shopping.
Next is Sweetgrass Center, across from Fresh Market, and The Shops at Oak Lea after that – both are filled with unique, locally owned shops.
Take 2 Resale is on the other side of Hwy. 17 and a must for those who love high end consignment stores. (Doesn’t everyone?) A little farther south, next to Bistro 217 is Talk of the Town, a wonderful new shop we love.
Georgetown’s Front Street is a beautiful place to shop for everything from antiques to art and enjoy the river view on the Harborwalk. Doodlebugs has some of the cutest children’s clothing around, and you’ll find lots more to see while you’re there – Bienvenue is one of our favorite’s for gifts and home décor. If you have time, check out the Maritime Museum, their gift shop is filled with fascinating nautical items.