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The beach cities of [[Orange County]] are one of its major attractions.
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*The [[Wikitravel:not an article|South]] -- warm and dry
*The [[Wikitravel:not an article|North]] -- cool and wet
*The [[Wikitravel:not an article|Coast]] -- beaches, great seafood
*[[Wikitravel:not an article|Inland]] -- agriculture and friendly people
*[[Seal Beach]]
*[[Seal Beach]]
*[[Huntington Beach]]
*[[Huntington Beach]]
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*[[San Clemente]]
*[[San Clemente]]
*[[Wikitravel:not an article|City 1]] -- industrial port city but a good starting point
==Other destinations==
*[[Wikitravel:not an article|City 2]] -- fun and funky, great nightlife
*[[Wikitravel:not an article|City 3]] -- warm beaches and slow lifestyle
*[[Wikitravel:not an article|City 4]] -- ancient castles and inspiring museums
=Other destinations=
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*[[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
==Get around==
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=Get In=
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=Get Around=
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==External links==
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Revision as of 00:15, 6 December 2003

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


Other destinations


Get in

Get around



Stay safe

Get out

External links

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