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The beach cities of [[Orange County (California)|Orange County]] are one of its major attractions.
  
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==Cities==
  
=Regions=
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*[[Dana Point]]
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*The [[Wikitravel:not an article|South]] -- warm and dry
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*The [[Wikitravel:not an article|North]] -- cool and wet
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*The [[Wikitravel:not an article|Coast]] -- beaches, great seafood
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*[[Wikitravel:not an article|Inland]] -- agriculture and friendly people
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=Cities=
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*[[Seal Beach]]
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*[[Huntington Beach]]
 
*[[Huntington Beach]]
*[[Newport Beach]]
 
 
*[[Laguna Beach]]
 
*[[Laguna Beach]]
*[[Dana Point]]
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*[[Newport Beach]]
 
*[[San Juan Capistrano]]
 
*[[San Juan Capistrano]]
 
*[[San Clemente]]
 
*[[San Clemente]]
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*[[Seal Beach]]
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==Talk==
  
*[[Wikitravel:not an article|City 1]] -- industrial port city but a good starting point
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==Get in==
*[[Wikitravel:not an article|City 2]] -- fun and funky, great nightlife
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*[[Wikitravel:not an article|City 3]] -- warm beaches and slow lifestyle
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*[[Wikitravel:not an article|City 4]] -- ancient castles and inspiring museums
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OCTA bus route 1 travels from Cal State Long Beach to San Clemente using Pacific Coast Highway. This bus route gives you access to almost every beach in the county as it runs along the coast.
  
*[[Wikitravel:not an article|Park 1]] -- incredible mountanous park, great hiking
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*[[Wikitravel:not an article|Park 2]] -- great rock formations and wildlife viewing
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===Itineraries===
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*<do name="South Orange County Dive Club" alt="SOCDC" address="Mission Viejo, CA" directions="" phone="" url="www.socdc.com" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">A 501(c)7 Social Scuba Orgnanization in South Orange County California</do>
  
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Latest revision as of 13:39, 23 April 2012

The beach cities of Orange County are one of its major attractions.

Contents

Cities[edit]

Other destinations[edit]

Understand[edit]

Talk[edit]

Get in[edit]

Get around[edit]

OCTA bus route 1 travels from Cal State Long Beach to San Clemente using Pacific Coast Highway. This bus route gives you access to almost every beach in the county as it runs along the coast.

See[edit][add listing]

Itineraries[edit]

Do[edit][add listing]

  • South Orange County Dive Club (SOCDC), Mission Viejo, CA, [1]. A 501(c)7 Social Scuba Orgnanization in South Orange County California  edit


Eat[edit][add listing]

Drink[edit][add listing]

Stay safe[edit]

Get out[edit]


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