Huntington Beach Travel Guide

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Huntington Beach, has 8 1/2 miles of pristine beach and miles of biking and jogging trails. See world-class events from the new amphitheater located at the base of the longest concrete pier on the California coast. Surfing is the water recreation of choice in Huntington Beach, home of the International Surfing Museum, Surfing Hall of Fame, and one of the nation's most exciting surfing sites.

When you're ready to shake the sand from your shoes, walk Main Street for the quaint village atmosphere, with coffee houses, restaurants, and beach boutiques. Visit Old World Village, a European-style hamlet, complete with shops and restaurants. At dusk, check out the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve and Wetlands, home to more than 200 species of birds, many on the endangered list.

To check out Huntington Beach from the ocean catch a whale watching cruise offered by Newport Landing Sportfishing and Whale Watching.  Grey whales usually migrate right along the shoreline from December thru April.  For more information just give them a call at 949-675-0551 or check out their website at  www.newporthwhales.com or www.newportlanding.com  

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