North Myrtle Beach Shopping

North Myrtle Beach Shopping

There is plenty of shopping for you to enjoy on your next North Myrtle Beach Vacation. 

From North Myrtle Beach malls and outlet centers to antique shops, you’ll find there is no shortage of North Myrtle Beach shopping experiences. Here you can find the perfect souvenir to remember your trip, get a great deal on a one-of-a-kind antique and pick up something special for yourself at a local boutique. North Myrtle Beach has many shopping options for you to choose from, including the popular:

  • Barefoot Landing
  • Barefoot Commons
  • Coastal North Town Center

In addition, when you stay in North Myrtle Beach, you're only a hop, skip and a jump away from Myrtle Beach shopping malls and outlet centers like:

  • Broadway At The Beach
  • Coastal Grand Mall
  • Tanger Factory Outlets
  • The Market Common

Come let your inner bargain hunter loose at one of our regional malls and outlets. You won’t be disappointed! 

If you’re looking to relax during your vacation, start by spending a day at one of the luxurious salons or spas in North Myrtle Beach. These facilities are dedicated to providing you with the highest in quality services in a peaceful and tranquil environment. Spas in North Myrtle Beach offer a range of treatments including massages, facials, hair care, skin care and much more.

We are proud to feature the following North Myrtle Beach shopping outlets and spas:

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Touch MedSpa is Medical Spa that offers a variety of treatments from general massage and skincare to advanced customized medical treatments. We are a results driven facility offering a serene and relaxing environment.

Located on the banks of the Intracoastal Waterway, Barefoot Landing is a 100-plus-acre complex that offers a diverse mix of exciting live entertainment, world-renowned theatres, family-friendly attractions, delicious dining and unique shops. Barefoot Landing has something for everyone, including some of the area’s most popular attractions, such as Alabama Theatre, House of Blues and Alligator Adventure.