Located on the Intracoastal Waterway that serves as the North Carolina-South Carolina state line, the historic fishing village of Little River seems like it's a world away from the bright lights of Myrtle Beach, which is only 15 miles away. 10 Best takes you on a waterfront tour of the town.
See & Do
La Belle Amie Vineyard is a great place to tour, party or just taste some delicious SC wines. Weekend festivals are held throughout the year, including winter bonfires and barbecues, or you can take a tour of the facility during the week. Best of all, wine tastings are offered all week.
Little River is home to several excellent seafood restaurants, including those on the waterfront on historic Mineola Avenue. A little further inland visitors can find fine dining at the Brentwood House and the Parsons Table, or enjoy some laid-back food and drinks at Pat & Mike's Irish Pub or Duffy's Seafood Shack.
Millions of visitors flock to Myrtle Beach every summer, but vacationers looking for a little less traffic and a lot more peace and quiet have discovered Little River as an attractive alternative. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, Little River offers several oceanfront getaways that offer more seclusion than major resorts in larger beach towns. Check out the Peppertree Resort for oceanfront accommodations.