301 Main Str. Ste. 208, Huntington Beach CA 92648 * 714-969-3492 or 800-729-6232
Huntington Beach is all about surfing; the waves are perfect for the sport, and an entire surf culture permeates the area. It is the home of surfing events such as the U.S. Open of Surfing, and it features landmarks such as the Surfing Walk of Fame.
505 Forest Avenue, Laguna Beach CA 92651 * 949-497-3311
Laguna Beach is known for their Art and MTV reality TV show (Laguna Beach: the Real Orange County." The art community continues to thrive to this day, with dozens of galleries, museums, and well known art festivals such as the "the festival of arts" which is held each summer in Laguna Beach, is one of the most prestigious art festivals in California.
3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach CA 92663 * 949-644-3309
Newport Beach is known primarily for its lively beaches, boardwalk and piers, and a harbor filled with luxury yachts. Balboa Peninsula, a small community nestled inside Newport Harbor, features coastal cottages, quaint shops and ice cream stands. The Wedge, located at the end of Balboa Peninsula, is known as one of the toughest bodysurfing spots in the United States.
Newport Landing Whale Watching
309 Palm Street, Suite A Newport Beach, CA 92661 Tel: 949-675-0551
Year around whale watching cruises from Newport Beach view many varieties of whales including the giant blue whale (summer and fall months), finback whales, grey whales (winter and spring months), humpback whales, huge pods of dolphin, seals, and more. 96% viewing success rate on each cruise. Mention Cortona Inn For A $15 Rate.