If you are looking for a small quaint fishing village, then Murrells Inlet is the perfect fit for you! Loaded with history of pirates, ghosts, and fishing tales, the inlet entertains everyone who comes to visit. A half-mile-long Marsh Walk offers views of the inlet, ocean, and boats that come in daily with the "catch of the day." Make sure you ask about the catch of the day at the Wicked Tuna restaurant because it's always a special, delicious treat prepared to perfection. There are many restaurants in Murrells Inlet because the inlet is known as "the seafood capital of South Carolina." Guest and visitors travel across the world to come eat at our world famous restaurants and try fresh Tuna, Crab, or Shrimp.
Murrells Inlet is also good for those who seek adventure. Opportunities to parasail, ride a banana boat or drive a jet ski are available for extreme guests while pirate-themed boat tours seem to intrigue those who want to learn history of Blackbeard the pirate. Get up early and kayak at sunrise or take a day-long chartered deep sea fishing excursion to catch big Tuna in the Gulf Stream. After a day of fun, put on your party clothes and head back to the Marsh Walk to listen to live music and dance the night away.
When daylight comes again, Murrells Inlet offers beautiful sunrises over the water or take a visit to the famous Brookgreen gardens. Known worldwide for its history and beauty, Brookgreen Gardens showcases its extensive American sculpture collection with the best nature has to offer. The gardens is a national historic landmark today and is truly a must see. Come see all that this fishing village has to offer, and just maybe you will find it a place to call home.