The California beach culture is alive and well…it’s a way of life. The area’s undeveloped beaches give you an idea of what Southern California’s coast must have looked like when Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo first set eyes on it in 1542. At the other end of the spectrum, Pacific Beach is the place to see and be seen. As if San Diego’s 70 miles of coastline and reliably sunny weather weren’t enough, the city is also home to museums, a world-renowned zoo, theme parks, famous golf courses, and a lively theater scene, as well as great food, shopping and nightlife in the historic downtown quarter.
The orange orchards of Orange County are a little harder to find these days, but not so the ideal citrus-growing climate. Theme parks, outdoor shopping complexes, and fine restaurants in Anaheim, Costa Mesa and quintessential beach towns along the coast take advantage of the great weather.
The question in Los Angeles is never what to do, but where to begin. The county is home to many famous attractions in a relatively concentrated space. Your choices include amusement parks, architectural landmarks, art museums and galleries, beaches, parks, hiking and shopping, to name a few. After the sun goes down, you’ll find there’s an abundance of nightlife options, including movies (of course!), as well as live music and comedy provided by performers both legendary and yet-to-be-discovered. A region of great diversity, you’ll also discover a world of culinary adventures.
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