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These are the 10 best beaches in California

The West Coast has some of the best and most breath-taking beaches in the United States. Discover which are the ten must-visit beaches in California.

Find out which are the 10 best beaches in California

The West Coast of the United States has some of the most beautiful beaches in the country. Some of the best are in the state of California, complemented by great lodging and dining options. According to finance website Insider Monkey, these are the 10 best beaches in the Golden State.

These are the 10 best beaches in California

Huntington State Beach

This beach, with a stretch of 121 acres, is located in the city of Huntington Beach, in Orange County. It is home to some of the best surf breaks. Sites like Trip Advisor recommend activities like whale watching and the many options for dining and relaxing in the area.

Seabright Beach

Located between the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and the Santa Cruz Harbor, this inviting beach stretches over half a mile and has plenty of activities as well as being the ideal place to watch the sunrise and sunset.

Glass Beach

This beach is home to an abundant collection of sea glass. The beach is adjacent to MacKerricher State Park near Fort Bragg, where there is a large influx of tourists during the summer.

Santa Monica Beach

If you are thinking of visiting Hollywood, this is the best beach to go to. It is located in downtown Los Angeles and is 3.5 miles long. It is accessible by multiple forms of transportation. It has different stalls on the pier to eat, as well as facilities for biking and walking.

Carlsbad State Beach

Carlsbad State Beach is a protected beach located on the coast of San Diego. It has a multitude of activities such as swimming, surfing, diving and fishing, as well as camping sites and amenities such as showers and bathrooms for visitors.

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Coronado Municipal Beach

This beach has been ranked the number six beach in the United States, according to Professor Stephen P. Leatherman of Florida International University, known as Mr. Beach. With its subtropical vegetation, unique Mediterranean climate and fine, shimmering sand, beachgoers flock to this beach to watch the boats and enjoy the warm, gentle summer waves.

Crystal Cove State Park

Crystal Cove is one of the largest open spaces in Orange County featuring a natural shoreline. The beach is spread over a vast area of 2,400 acres and has a lot of nature around it.

Dog Beach

This beach is the first official off-leash pet beach in the United States. The beach committee aims to make this a safe space for owners and dogs of all kinds.

Moonstone Beach

Located in Cambria, this beach offers stunning views. Additionally, there are tide pools to explore, where you can admire and study diverse marine life. You can also do other activities such as surfing, boating and diving, as well as whale watching, dolphin watching and playing with sea otters.

El Matador Beach

This small beach is home to cliffs, rock formations, and long stretches of white sand north of Malibu. It is a well-known spot for surfers and bodyboarders.


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