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Driving the Orange County Coastal from Vacation Homes Orange County for the Perfect Family Vacation


Anaheim, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/04/2015 -- Leading Disneyland area vacation rentals provider, Vacation Homes Orange County, is excited to announce the perfect way to spend driving the Orange County coast.

Orange County Vacation Homes points out that the traveler will have an amazing time driving the Orange County Coast from Huntington Beach to Laguna Beach. They say the Orange County coastline is beautiful. They claim as the gentle breeze is blowing through the traveler's hair, and the brilliant California sun warming the traveler's cheeks, the endless view of the majestic Pacific Ocean will definitely transform the traveler because this is the impressive Orange County Coast.

Vacation Homes Orange County claims that Orange County is known to the world as "The OC," and that it offers visitors a chance to experience the ultimate Southern California lifestyle with its scenic beaches, magical theme parks and world renowned shopping malls. It's no wonder millions of visitors flock The OC annually to immerse themselves in the real California dream.

Vacation Homes Orange County believes that one of the best ways to truly experience the ultimate California lifestyle is to spend a day driving along the scenic Pacific Coast. From, traveler begins the day heading south on Beach Boulevard toward Pacific Coast Highway(PCH.) The first destination, "Surf City USA" also known as Huntington Beach. Surf City is known for its miles of pristine beaches with unobstructed ocean views, ideal weather, local surfing and casual lifestyle. Park near Main street and head to the sand for some major fun. Spend a few hours soaking in the California sun, build Cinderella's sand castle, or if the traveler is feeling adventurous, surfing is a great sport. The 1/3 mile long Huntington Beach Pier is one of the longest piers on the west coast offering breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and courageous surfers showing off their moves even in the cold winter months when water temperatures drop to below 65 degrees. For a quick bite, walk to the end of the pier where Ruby's Diner provides great food and amazing views, offering classic burgers, fries, soda's and views of fisherman hoping for the catch of the day.

Orange County Vacation Homes says that next, drive south on PCH toward Newport Beach. Offering 10 distinct neighborhoods, Newport Beach is where leisure and style merge. One charming district, Balboa Island, offers something for everyone-restaurants, shopping, water sports, whale watching, and of course, the Fun Zone. A must in Balboa is the ferry ride that has provided scenic ferry rides since 1919 to visitors crossing between Balboa Island and Balboa Peninsula. Although the ferry crossing is only 800 feet, the alternate route to Balboa Peninsula increases to six miles. It's no wonder drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians alike choose the ferry to reach the peninsula. Besides, for only a couple of dollars a vehicle, you get the best view of the multi-million dollar homes (We're talking not just a couple of million, but ten, fifteen and more than twenty million dollars) lined up side by side, one more beautiful than the other.

Once the Disneyland traveler has had enough of Newport Beach and the life-style of its rich and famous (and the not so famous but super rich), they should continue south on PCH toward Laguna Beach with a "must stop" along the way at Ruby's Shake Shack in Crystal Cove, offering all American burgers, an array of shakes, and views of the coast money can't buy. This is a local's favorite that should not be missed, along with their date shake.

Continuing 5 miles south on PCH, the Disneyland traveler will reach picturesque Laguna Beach, nestled between the sparkling blue Pacific and majestic canyons and offering spectacular views, chic restaurants and hidden coves. Laguna Beach offers seven miles of soft sand and countless hidden coves to explore in. The delicious dining options are numerous, everything from Italian to seafood to casual California cuisine. Art lovers flock Laguna Beach year round for its one-of-a-kind art galleries and unique shops. With unique and unusual merchandise, the walkable village community makes shopping and dining a fun and hip experience. Skim-boarding and paddle-boarding are just a couple of favorite activities here by the locals. Rent a kayak and paddle out to Seal Rock, take a wildlife and beach tour, or hop on a catamaran to see whales and dolphins, there is something for everyone in Laguna Beach. Before leaving Laguna Beach to head back to, a must stop for dessert is at the Gelato Paradiso, serving Italian-style gelato inconspicuously tucked away in an alley in the midst of downtown on Peppertree Lane. This is by far the next best thing to gelato outside of Italy and a favorite by the locals.

After a fun filled day experiencing the Southern California Coast, the traveler will head north on Laguna Canyon Road, also known as the 133. From there, merge on to the 5 North and back to

Vacation Homes Orange County accepts reservations on their website as well as phone reservations at 949-233-6290.

About Vacation Homes Orange County
Vacation Homes Orange County is a family-owned and operated full-service vacation rental home provider located across the street from Disneyland, Anaheim, CA, USA. Offering beautiful, fully furnished heated pool homes, Vacation Homes Orange County offers large private homes with 4 bedrooms that can sleep up to 16 guests. The Disneyland vacation homes across Disneyland are fully furnished and ready for families to enjoy Disneyland.

To learn more about please call 949-233-6290 to speak to a vacation specialist or go to their website to view properties, book a vacation, or learn more about vacationing at Disneyland, Anaheim, CA, USA.

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