Harbor / Marina
Dana Point Harbor
58 locals recommend ·
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Dana Point Harbor has some old mixed with the new built in the 1950s this Harbor served as a key focal point by the naval engineers once named Killer Dana for the 20 ft gigantic waves that were produced now what's left of the beautiful District where are plenty of tourists can walk and shop nearby…
Nice flat stroll along the harbor. Be sure to tae the bridge over to the Island to watch the sailboats leaving and returning
This is a must see! Enjoy a picnic or casual to fine dining after strolling around the harbor shops, checking out the boats or kayaking or stand up paddling. You can rent jet skis too!
Great place to take a stroll, check out the boats & yachts, watch the sunset, smell the ocean breeze & of course admire the ocean view, occasionally see dolphins & sea lions. Offers a catamaran sunset and wine cruise, whale watching, paddle boarding, beach, and places to eat.
So much going on here. Sport fishing, whale watching, paddle boarding and kayaking.
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“One of the best kept beaches in all of Southern California this gemstone lies on the border between Dana Point and Laguna Beach. If you're looking to get away from it all head on down to Salt Creek Beach where the grass is green and the sand is fine and you'll enjoy the waves sunshine and California tanning”
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“Hennessey's is a local bar & grille with a nice outdoor patio. Usually at friday-sunday night they will have some sort of live music. ”
- 22 locals recommend
“JC Beans is a great local coffee shop if you're looking for something outside of Starbucks. They have books you can read, great coffee, and even some pastries. ”
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“One of Souther California gems. Beautiful, relaxing and not as crowded as Laguna Beach or Santa Monica. Great food at Fisherman's restaurant with surfers surfing at your feet:)”
- 34 locals recommend
“In Dana Point. About a 5-10 minute drive. The most beginner friendly surf break in Southern California. This is where you or your kids want to learn how to surf. They have showers and bathrooms as well. ”
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