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Southern California Beaches

Visit California's Famous Beaches 

Southern California is famous for its spectacular beaches, clean surf, and beautiful coastal towns. As you cruise the California coast, you can enjoy secluded coves, vast open beaches, and vibrant beach parties. From Santa Barbara to San Diego, there are so many different beaches to experience in Southern California. We encourage our guests to explore the amazing variety of beaches and beach towns of the California coast.

Vibrant Orange County Surf Towns

Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, and San Clemente are vibrant surf towns that host world-famous surf contests and fun beach festivals. During popular weekends and holidays, visitors gather around the piers that mark the center of these seaside towns.

Laguna Beach and Newport Beach’s Balboa Island

Laguna Beach and Balboa Island are beautiful communities where artists and beach lovers come together. These charming seaside towns, allow you to immerse yourself in California’s vibrant beach culture.

Experience the golden sun and splendid beaches of Southern California!

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Newport Beach Pier

Newport Beach is a vibrant Orange Country town with two distinct piers, the Newport Municipal Pier and the Balboa Pier. Each pier marks a separate area with its own feel and culture.

Balboa Island

Balboa Island, Newport Beach’s iconic island community, is a special slice of Southern California. Visitors from all over the world come to Balboa Island to experience fine food, famous shops, and an exciting seaside culture.

Huntington Beach

"Surf City USA" where beach/surfer rock 'n roll first began. Evidence of the Beach Boys, T-Birds, surfboards, "surfer girls" is easily seen as you walk up Main Street and along Pacific Coast Highway. Ten miles of uninterrupted beaches line the coast of Huntington Beach.

Laguna Beach

Laguna beach, known for its mediterranean climate, scenic ocean coves, environmental preservation, and artistic residents, is a beautiful seaside town located in Southern Orange County. Laguna Beach is an art-lovers and beachcombers paradise.

Santa Monica

Three and a half miles of beaches divided by the famous Santa Monica Pier. Featuring an amusement park, restaurants and the aquarium, the pier is a landmark.

huntington beach central park
(714) 536-5486

350-acre public park with a picnic facility, four playgrounds, nature center, fishing, Frisbee golf, horseshoes, viewpoint, lakes, equestrian trails, dog park, exercise course, restrooms, three restaurants, library and senior center.

Crystal Cove State Park

Crystal Cove State Park is a pristine, protected 3.2-mile stretch of beach and 2,400 acres of wilderness and underwater marine park in Orange County. Crystal Cove State Park is accessed from the Pacific Coast Highway between Corona del Mar and Laguna Beach.