Huntington Beach’s shoreline stretches for 10 uninterrupted miles of five wide open sandy beaches making it a paradise for families, couples, dogs, and surfers. The sands are so inviting, in fact, they’ve won awards, including named Best California Beach by USA Today. Where perfect waves are born, Surf City USA attracts professional surfers and World Surf League contests. Our beaches create memories and holds a special place in the hearts of both our locals and visitors.
Newport Pier offers fine, soft sand with plenty of room to stretch out and enjoy yourself. Surfers, swimmers and sunbathers all bask in the warmth of beautiful Southern California winter and summer days. Pelicans and seagulls also enjoy Southern California’s year round Mediterranean climate, especially at Newport Beach Pier.
As the only marine reserve in Southern California, Laguna Beach is renown for its pristine waters, abundant sea life and of course, perfect beaches. Laguna Beach is also one of the only SoCal destinations where you can stay at a hotel right on the beach…and in fact, Laguna boasts more beachfront lodging than any other city in the state.
Coronal Del Mar State Beach
Corona del Mar offers beautiful sandy beaches and coves that look like they came right off of a movie set. You actually may have seen these beaches in movie and television productions such as Gilligan’s Island and current made for TV productions from Disney. On the hills above the beaches stand houses and windy roads and a lookout point to enjoy spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and bay. The sunsets here are incredible, so bring a picnic and enjoy!
Crystal Cove State Park
Crystal Cove State Park is a large California state beach with over three miles of waterfront. This park, which straddles the city border of Laguna Beach and Newport Beach, has several different beach access points and separately named beaches.
Dana Point beaches are among the most beautiful in Southern California. Stretching for nearly seven miles, visitors can find the perfect beach for surfing, paddle boarding, family time, sunbathing, volleyball or an evening bonfire. Dana Point beaches remain the centerpiece of life in this Orange County town, whether it’s spending the day in the waves or watching the sunset.