Historic landmarks, delicious food and beautiful scenery abound at Murrells Inlet. One an historic fishing village home to Blackbeard the Pirate, Murrells Inlet is now one of Myrtle Beach’s main entertainment districts. The MarshWalk is a half-mile boardwalk that runs along a natural saltwater estuary. The restaurants offer incredible ocean views and live music. Tour the amazing residence and grounds at Atalaya Castle. Visit Richmond Hill Plantation to see one of five archaeological sites and what life on a plantation was really like. You may have to spend more than just one day at Murrells Inlet to see all the beauty, history, and entertainment it has to offer.
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