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|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 27|
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|Popular Airlines||Spirit Airlines|
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is located directly off I-95, making it easy to access. If you prefer public transit, the SEPTA regional rail system connects to the airport as well.
Flights from PHL to Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) usually last for about 90 minutes. When you arrive at MYR, you can find multiple rental car kiosks or taxis near the baggage claim, or a shuttle can connect you to Myrtle Beach's bus system.
As the name implies, Myrtle Beach is best known for its coastline. The 60-mile has clear, warm water for snorkelers and sand compact enough for bikers.
The river system gives opportunities for kayaking and canoeing along with traditional ocean sports like parasailing, surfing and jet skiing. Myrtle Beach is also famous for its saltwater and deep-sea fishing.
If you would rather stay dry, the Carolina Opry provides live music and Ripley's Aquarium lets you walk through an underwater tunnel surrounded by sharks and other creatures.
Myrtle Beach tends to be hot in summer, with temperatures around 90 degrees. Myrtle Beach is also a popular Spring Break destination. If you want to avoid the crowds, consider visiting in September.