Cities for Luxury Travelers in Southern California, California
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- 1California, USA508 reviews
LA...the land of movie stars, the Lakers, horrible traffic 24/7, smoggy weather, plastic surgery, and amazing food! I lived in LA for the last six years, and it has been great. Every part of the city has something interesting to see and do, whether it's high-end shopping in Rodeo Drive (well, Beverly Hills, but it's pretty much LA), a concert ...
- 2California, USA62 reviews
You'll feel a little out of place, a la 'Pretty Woman.' This city and famous zip code 90210 is home to many celebrities and affluent people. Great place for high end shopping and people watching.
- 3California, USA107 reviews
Great for scenic drives on PCH and a variety of great beaches, restaurants and bars. Great art galleries as well.
- 4California, USA145 reviews
Very nice and B E autiful ... We had fun tons to do and eat.. Cupcake shops are yummy.. The only hard thing was some of the homeless, we tried to hook them up with food.. I felt bad walking out of a high end restaurant with my beautiful wife and seaing that. Hmmm.. I don't know... Other then that ...
- 5California, USA67 reviews
People from Europe generally dislike the fact that you can't get anywhere in the US without driving. In Manhattan beach you can walk and cycle around somewhere which has a community feel. There are good bars, restaurants and as the name suggests a fantastic beach. If you are a fan of volleyball this is also the place to come to ...
- 6California, USA25 reviews
Redondo Beach, California has the most beautiful Sunsets in da world
- 7California, USA42 reviews
a cool city with fantamaglorious natural adventures
- 8California, USA10 reviews
I like to call Costa Mesa the gateway to Newport Beach... The city has the South Coast Plaza an array of restaurants and generally is a good all around place to hang out. Costa Mesa is also the home of the Orange County Fairgrounds which hosts concerts, events and of course the fair in spring and summer.
- 9California, USA76 reviews
NEWPORT BEACH – Sophisticated Coastal City encompassing Newport Bay, Newport Beach is known for its Harbor front “villages”, each with its own distinct character and appearance. They include: Balboa Pennisula, with it’s charming nautical homes overlooking the Harbor and Pier alongside many small Island communities. Lido Marina Village, a charming shopping area with waterfront dining, stores, the historic Lido Theater, ...
- 10California, USA67 reviews
Didn't use any special effect on this picture.. Love all the natural light..
- 11California, USA16 reviews
DANA POINT – Dana Point is situated on the beautiful Southern California coast, halfway between San Diego and Los Angeles. This coastal city within the “OC” spans nearly seven miles of coastal bluffs and rolling hills along the Pacific Ocean. Many homes overlook Dana Point Harbor and residents enjoy world class Golfing at Monarch Links. With its pristine beaches and ...
- 12California, USA12 reviews
City of Arcadia located East of Pasadena and West of Monrovia. Only have slight over 50,000 population but have several attractions. Cost of Living: * Housing is consider high, but many upper middle class should able to afford some of the housing or rent there. The one near the hill is very pricey. No street parking meter, but overnight parking ...
- 13California, USA16 reviews
Known as the "Spanish Village By The Sea, " San Clemente is a great vacation spot. Stay in a condo right at the pier overlooking the beach/ocean/pier and enjoy the amazing coastline views. The downtown village area is filled with quaint shops as well as trendy eating spots and wine shops, ideal for foodies. Walk along the beach for miles, ...
- 14California, USA69 reviews
No doubt, it's a gorgeous stretch of coastline along PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) heading north from Santa Monica to Ventura County. But there's not much to do or see in Malibu itself exactly, which isn't so much a town as a spread-out numbers of places along Hwy 1. Go look for celebrities in the strip malls, take a tour of ...
- 15California, USA21 reviews
Cool modern architecture, beautiful weather and homes. There are lots of options in terms of activities from dining to gyms but they tend to be chains which is why I give the area 4 stars
- 16California, USA50 reviews
Great place to rent bikes, hang with the local hipsters on Abbott Kinney and soak it all in
- 17California, USA112 reviews
In the beautiful city of la you can't miss making a trip out to Hollywood to see the walk of fame and tourist filled sights!
- 18California, USA38 reviews
One of the more pleasant neighborhoods in LA. A glorified series of strip malls but with extra greenery and style. The heart and soul of LA's gay community.
- 19California, USA57 reviews
Have you ever experienced a winter in Southern California? Imagine doing this during the winter. Thats one of the luxury of living in SoCal where the weather year round is great. The Huntington Beach Pier offers a relaxing walk with a nice scenic view of the coast. It's a great place to watch the surfers in action as well.
- 20California, USA31 reviews
Also known as "Ir-FINE", because of the beautiful ladies. Yes, I am talking about you. So can get all giggly and tell your friends. I highly recommend visiting UCI if this is your first time in Irvine. You experience a great view only second to UCLA. Before a start my review, I like to address the bad reviews. I understand ...