Georgetown is the most southern city comprising the Grand Strand area. Georgetown, as its neighbor to the north, Murrells Inlet also attracts a large number of retirees. Georgetown is steeped in history. Georgetown Historic District has more than 50 homes, public buildings, and sites that are on the National Register of Historic Places. Georgetown is known for its small-town charm. If you are wondering where the big box stores are you will have to keep wondering. Explore Front Street, the main drag in Georgetown, comprised of small mom and pop shops. You will feel like you are taking a step back in time. This quaint waterfront town has some great restaurants and shops where you can find almost anything you need. Take a drive and explore some of the beautiful 100 year plus homes. Georgetown is accessible by water, land, and air. There is a small airport 5 miles away or you can go boating into the area along the Intracoastal Waterway. Be sure to park your boat and have a bite at any of the local restaurants off the boardwalk. There are also several great museums to visit to learn more about the history and culture of the area. Take some time and enjoy the history of this quaint town.