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If you walk Californiaís entire thousand-mile coastline, you will find no two stretches of shoreline alike. Many factors shape the seashore. Twice a day, tides rise and fall, leaving the land alternately dry and wet. The surf rolls endlesssly against the coast, eroding bluffs and pounding stone into sand. Weather, water currents and sea level changes all influence the coastline. Natural forces created the reefs, tide pools, sandy beaches, and cliffs that attract so many visitors to Crystal Cove. People also come to enjoy the ocean view from the park's undeveloped bluffs, and to explore it's reefs, among the most accessible in Southern California. The combination of natural resources make Crystal Cove a shoreline like no other.
If the beach life is what draws you to Newport Coast, then youíve got the most beautiful beaches along with a surfside restaurant, The Beachcomber, that will satisfy the hungriest and demanding of pallets. What a terrific way to enjoy the day at the beach and take just a few steps to your lunch or dinner setting.
You canít say Crystal Cove with thinking of the world renown Laguna Beach (5 minutes south) and Corona del Mar and Newport Beach (5 minutes north). This is the ideal setting to enjoy this villa like home and be within just minutes of the bustling activities in these famous beach cities. What a life!!
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Newport Coast Pelican Hills Golf Course
When Tom Fazio meticulously placed 36 holes among natural arroyos and coastal scrub, he created a masterpiece. The Ocean North and Ocean South courses offer different playing experiences but share one thing: the view. Every hole has been designed to maximize the dramatic sight of the Pacific.
Crystal Cove State Park
has 3.2 miles of beach and 2,400 acres of undeveloped woodland, which is popular for hiking and horseback riding. The offshore waters are designated as an underwater park. Crystal Cove is used by mountain bikers inland and scuba and skin divers underwater. The beach is popular with swimmers and surfers. Visitors can explore tidepools and sandy coves.
The Beachcomber at Crystal Cove
is in the heart of the Crystal Cove Historic District. Getting here is part of the fun experience! Make sure to stop by the visitorís center and The Store to enhance your visit. The 12.3 acre Crystal Cove Historic District is a well-preserved example of Southern California vernacular beach architecture and terrain. The District retains the scale and ambiance of a 1930's beach resort.
Visit Newport Beach
Newport Beach Conference and Visitor's Bureau tourism site in Orange County Southern California. Warm ocean breezes, golden sandy beaches and a sophisticated lifestyle.