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Huntington Beach, California is internationally known as “Surf City,” and boasts eight miles of scenic, easily accessible beachfront. This is the longest uninterrupted beachfront on the West Coast. As you would expect, beach activities are strong here. Professional sporting events such as the U.S. Open Surfing, AVP Pro Beach Volleyball and Championship Skateboarding is held here. For locals and visitors there’s swimming, surfing, skateboarding, boating, fishing, biking, tennis and golf. Fire rings are available on the beach, first come, first serve, so you can enjoy evenings on the beach gathered around a cozy fire. The quality and quantity of the beaches and the dependable and varied surf has earned Huntington Beach the nickname, “Surf City.” The beaches include Bolsa Chica State Park and Reserve, which is one and a half miles of the Pacific Ocean's stunning shoreline on one side, and a three hundred and fifty-acre marine estuary on the other. Huntington Cliffs is a beach “for the dogs.” Located between Golden West Street and Sea Point Avenue, this beach is popular with dogs and their owners, who come to let their furry friends run free and play in the surf. Huntington Beach State Park is the most popular and easily accessible beach with ample parking. Four entrances are located along the Pacific Coast Highway and it has 2.5 miles of wide, clean sands, bustling with people and activities. In summer, this beach overflows with people, surfers, bikini-clad sun-worshipers, and families with kids – all here to have a good time at one of America’s most famous beaches. The pier at Huntington Beach is also a big attraction – it’s the longest recreational pier in California, perfect for strolling and eating at the restaurant that is perched on the end, overlooking the ocean and watching the sunset. It’s also the epicenter of the city and features an array of sports competitions, dance performances, outdoor concerts, plus shops and eateries all within walking distance.

Huntington Beach is definitely the place to go to “shop ‘till you drop.” Main Street, the city’s shopping haven, is just steps from the beach. You’ll find an eclectic mix of boutiques, quaint shops and modern shopping complexes, with everything from clothes to seashells. Many one-of-a-kind, unique gifts can be found here. Restaurants are just as varied – outdoor cafes, fine dining and fast food. Dress is casual in all of Huntington Beach’s restaurants, so you can go right from the beach to dinner. There are also several hot spots for nightlife located along Main Street. Other attractions in Huntington Beach include an International Surfing Museum, the Huntington Beach Cultural Center and Library, the Huntington Beach Playhouse and Newland House, which is a historic Victorian Farmhouse, open to the public for tours, and located on the corner of Beach Blvd. and Adams Ave.

Huntington Beach is also conveniently located approximately thirty minutes to many of southern California’s major attractions such as Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, the Aquarium of the Pacific and Catalina Island.


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