Home to lots of different resorts, the low country feel of Litchfield Beach is worth exploring and staying for awhile. When visiting Litchfield Beach along the Grand Strand region of the greater Pawley’s Island area, it may sometimes seem like you are in the beautiful region of upscale Hilton Head. The two communities are often recognized for their ambience, beautiful scenery and private clubs, not forgetting the sandy white beaches and a tennis fields.
The beach derives its name from a rice plantation which operated in the 1700’s. Litchfield Beach is the ultimate place to get away that gives travelers the unique vacation experience compared to the urban, fast-paced Myrtle Beach just 20 minutes to the north. This strategically placed beach that is surrounded by a beautiful and welcoming community offers more than just a quiet place but an exclusively styled beach vacation compared to any other place a long the Grand Strand. To the north it borders the Huntington Beach State Park while to the South it borders Pawley’s Island. With two fine resorts and a gated community, privacy and noise from the busy streets is no zone here.
If you want to get away from the hustle and overcrowded commercial beaches, then this one is for you. It boasts of soft and clean sand with beautiful waves to romp through your feet as you walk through the sand. Great dining restaurants with local delicacy, pubs and antique are just but the few mentioned entities for all your needs.
Also, being close to the historical Georgetown, the third oldest city in the state, Litchfield Beach acts as the middleman of fun compared to Myrtle Beach. You can never get bored as there is lots of entertainment for everybody. You might just consider moving to the beach by purchasing real estate. Instead of modern highways and infrastructures the beach takes you back in time with ancient live oak trees, sweet tea and a number of casual restaurants.
You need to check out Litchfield Beach today!