Southern California Beaches
Southern California is notorious for its picturesque sunsets and sweeping ocean view landscapes. It is the place where the Pacific Ocean meets pristine coastlines, sandy beaches and lightly swaying palm trees. No trip to Anaheim would be complete without a visit to one of these beautiful beaches, which has attracted thousands of surfers, nature lovers and leisurely beach-goers to its warm waters throughout the years.
Huntington Beach.As the crown jewel of the seaside city of the same name, this Orange County beach has it all. Sun, surf and sand collide creating a true surfer’s delight. Near perfect swells and riders that seem to command the gigantic waves that barrel and coil to perfection. Catch a surf or volleyball competition while laying out on the warm Huntington Beach sand. As the sun sets behind the Huntington Beach Pier, take in the breathtaking beauty of this Southern California beach.
Newport Beach.Just south of Huntington Beach is the real “OC.” The place where the days are sunny and the nights are warm. Newport Beach provides five miles of pristine coastline, breathtaking ocean views and picturesque cliff-side houses
Doheny State Beach.Located in Dana Point, California at the mouth of the San Juan Creek, are the calm waters of the Doheny State Beach. Enjoy ocean front camping, swimming and surfing at Doheny Beach. Doheny State Beach also features a long stretch of natural habitat housing a wide variety of marine life such as dolphins, sting rays, abalone and sharks.
Seal Beach.Home to the second oldest pier in California, Seal Beach is a relaxing world away and features the Leisure World senior center community and the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station. At the Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge, spot endangered species like the light-footed Clapper Rail and the California Least Tern.