Visit Inspiration Point and Corona del Mar, with the largest recreational harbor on the west coast, Newport Beach offers its own 4K Pier, as well as 10 district neighborhoods that make up Newport.
Newport Beach also offers ample Restaurants, Shopping, Bars, and Nightlife.
Temecula Wine Tasting
We invite you to savor a few of the hundreds of award-winning wines offered by our member wineries while enjoying the irresistible charm of gorgeous, friendly tasting rooms of the Temecula Valley Wine Country. Although times may vary, most of the wineries are open daily for visitors from 10a to 5p. Let us help you plan your next visit!
Enjoy the scenic views of the Pacific Ocean, featuring Pacific Coast Highway on your return to Orange County
Grand Tour of Los Angeles and Hollywood features Olvera Street, Union Station, LA City Hall, Downtown Los Angeles, The Hollywood Sign, Manns Chinese Theater, Hollywood Boulevard, Melrose Boulevard, Sunset Strip, as well as the oldest market place in Los Angeles, The Grand Central Market Place.
Stops include Graumans Chinese Theater,
The Hollywood Walk of Fame, &
The Grand Central Market Place
Los Angeles & Venice Beach
Experience the excitement of Los Angeles and Venice Beach like never before! This one of a kind tour allows you to create your perfect day of fun. A driving tour of Los Angeles, and to the beaches, either Santa Monica or Venice Beach.
You will have the opportunity to visit the Tour of Venice Murals and Public Art on the Venice Beach Boardwalk.
Beverly Hills & Santa Monica
This amazing tour package starts with combing the beach towns of Santa Monica and Venice Beach, with highlights of Beverly Hills & Rodeo Drive.
Stroll along Santa Monica PIer, Third Street Promenade and Venice Beach Boardwalk.
You will see the legendary Beverly Hills Hotel en route to the glamorous Rodeo Drive, where stars shop and dine (short break). At the bottom of Rodeo, we'll take in the glamorous and ultra-luxe Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel, site of filming for Julia Roberts' break out film Pretty Woman.
Laguna Beach has been a popular tourist town since the early 1900s. The privileged spot has famously attracted bohemian types since the 1920s, and remains best known for its major arts festival, Pageant of the Masters. Other arts fairs, including the Sawdust Art Festival and Art-a-Fair (also held in July and August, to coincide with the Pageant of the Masters), Plein Air Painting Invitational, Festival of Arts, and other art shows draw crowds. Can't make it? Scores of art galleries, fascinating shops, wineries, and even a couple of art museums should keep you inspired. Besides famous Laguna Beach, there are several other more intimate beaches including 1000 Steps Beach, and the protected Tabletop Beach, and Crystal Cove State Park.
On the famous stretch of Pacific Coast Highway overlooking the Pacific Ocean Laguna offers a host of eateries, and opportunities for shopping, and night-life.