Laguna Beach

With seven miles of stunning coastline, 20 pristine sandy beaches, a thriving art scene and bustling restaurants and bars, this world-famous resort town is the perfect spot to enjoy postcard-worthy sunsets over the Pacific Ocean. The charming town is home to bohemians, artists, surfers and families alike, making for a diverse community.

Dana Point

Visitors fall in love with this charming area known for its picturesque beauty and spectacular harbor, which features two marinas, Catalina Island ferry service, whale watching, shopping, dining and entertainment. Boating enthusiasts will find everything they need, including guest slips, charters, fishing, sailing and harbor cruises.

Newport Beach

One of the most attractive communities on the West Coast, Newport Beach is known for its villages, each with its own distinct character and appearance, including Balboa Island, Lido Marina Village and Corona Del Mar. With the largest small boat harbor in the world, this beach city is famous worldwide for its picturesque sandy beaches and majestic coastline. Newport Beach is famous for “the Wedge,” one of the world’s best sites for body boarding, and Ocean Front Walk, one of the area’s most popular boardwalks.

Huntington Beach

Blessed with an idyllic year-round climate, eight miles of the world’s most beautiful beaches, a historic pier, and an incredible array of recreational and cultural activities, Huntington Beach is classic American surf culture at its best. In 1925, Duke Kahanamoku brought the sport of surfing to Huntington Beach, which would later be dubbed “Surf City.” The famed beach is perfect for families, bicyclists and, of course, surfers.