beaches

HUNTINGTON BEACH (Surf City USA®)

Discover the Orange County city that defines Southern California. A place where the quintessential mild and mellow California beach culture that made the state famous still perseveres; where pretentiousness takes a back seat to casual and cool; where the true trendsetters of West Coast fashion, food and lifestyle reside. Huntington Beach dominates the California beach scene with 10 miles of uninterrupted beaches. The city features the most consistent waves on the West Coast, an attribute that helped the city receive the nickname, Surf City USA®.


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NEWPORT BEACH

Beyond the radiant sun, sand and surf, discover the sophisticated charm of Newport Beach, California. A place so intoxicating, one taste of the perfect life will keep you coming back for more.

We invite you to relax, unwind and enjoy picturesque views of California’s sunrise and sunsets – paradise is what we call it.

With the largest recreational harbor on the west coast, there are ten miles of extraordinary fishingswimmingsurfing, and aquatic sports activities.   Ten distinct neighborhoods make up Newport Beach, each with its own unique personality, natural beauty and story to share.

Looking for a quiet escape? You will find an intimate seaside oasis that will tempt you with its elegance, modern shopping and stunning residential landscape.


MISSION BEACH

While some may compare San Diego’s Mission Beach to the East Coast’s Atlantic City and Coney Island, there is a unique Southern California vibe you can’t find anywhere else here. Nestled between Pacific Beach on the north side, and Belmont Park on its southern side, Mission Beach offers a lively and robust variety of activities in the sun, surf and sand. From hot dog stands to fine dining eateries, hot night clubs to street performers, expect to find all kinds of free-spirited beach goers in a fun, carnival-like atmosphere along the sandy shores.

Most of the action in Mission Beach centers around Belmont Park at the intersection of Mission Blvd. and West Mission Bay Drive where you can ride the historic Giant Dipper roller coaster, or rent a set of rollerblades to ride up and down the boardwalk. This is where all walks of life all go out for a walk, a ride, a roll, a stroll, a surf, a beer or a bite to eat - or simply to watch other people out doing their thing.