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Lush green vegetation, blue skies and turquoise water flowing over white sand beaches paints a picture of paradise. It also describes San Clemente, a destination overflowing with beauty and serenity. If you love to surf or build sandcastles this is the place for you. Take a stroll along the boardwalk and discover the simple life accompanied by charming boutique shops and friendly people. Restaurants range from snack bars to ultra-fine with typical American and Latin cuisine. And the nightlife is always hopping with something fresh. Unload your burdens here and reminisce about the good days.Rentals with ocean views
From 1 bedroom to 4 these rentals can accommodate couples and small groups. Most offer a gorgeous view of the ocean. There’s a kitchen, fridge and BBQ in most. Some have a swimming pool and jacuzzi for relaxing. You can sit on the balcony and take in the fresh ocean air while sipping your Americano. All the rentals are equipped for your comfort with all the amenities you’ve come to expect in a cozy holiday getaway. The beaches are awesome and the city has many entertainment options. This historical town is the best place in Orange County to do some weekend R&R.
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The area and getting around
After checking in you’ll want to hit the beautiful white sand beaches which are only 15 minutes away, max. Palm trees and clear turquoise waters await you with Mediterranean architecture. Kick off your shoes and settle in at an open-air café where you can enjoy a latte or vintage wine and cheese. You can watch surfers ride through the perfect barrel while contemplating your life and catching the magnificent sunset before you. Then head out to Del Mar street for live music venues to liven things up a bit. There are so many fascinating boutiques and activities you’ll need a week to scratch the surface.Ocean view hiking and surf
If you like exercise, be sure to catch the sunrise then have some awesome Colombian coffee with a delicious breakfast burrito. Head out for an interesting ocean view hike and some memorable selfies. If you’re lucky you may see breaching whales or frolicking dolphins. There are many birds and marine life worth watching as well. After hiking, hit the beach for refreshment. Dig into a fish taco or a hearty pizza with craft beer or vintage wine. Or take the day in town for outlet shopping.
Travelers and activities
San Clemente is famous for its Spanish roots. This little town is full of fascinating historical gems for you to uncover. Ole Hanson founded the city in 1925 with a vision for real estate development which is the reason he named it “Spanish Village by the Sea”. Discover this story and much more as you visit the museums and Casa Romántica to get a bird’s eye view into the past. Hanson planned the village for Spanish uniformity and President Nixon purchased real estate here in 1969 for a summer White House so you know it must be special. Even today, this beautiful well-preserved region has an atmosphere that fits the need for a more simple, unpolluted, relaxing lifestyle.Jekyll Island for Outdoor enthusiasts
If you love surf, San Clemente is particularly sweet. The temperature is perfect all year round and the waves are consistent. In this friendly atmosphere you can just hang out and watch other people surf while you partake of the craft beer and fish tacos. If rock climbing is your interest there are climbing walls to test your skills. Hiking is a must do because of the natural sea breezes and awe-inspiring beauty, it’s the perfect way to start or end your day. Star gazers will appreciate the bright constellations found here.
In 1925, Ole Hanson founded San Clemente, “ The Spanish Village by the Sea” with its Spanish style architecture
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This heritage site was the original home of Ole Hanson, the founder of San Clemente. The house is now a museum surrounded by acres of magnificent flowering gardens and breath-taking ocean views with hiking trails for you to take in. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time while you’re here.2. Watch the explosive sunset at San Onofre State Beach
This venue offers many activities which is the reason it is so popular. Surf Beach is perfect for surfing. It has swells for beginners and experts alike. While the Sandstone Bluffs are great for sun-bathing, kayaking, fishing, and cycling. Feel the surf and get refreshed.3. Visit the Surfing Heritage and Culture Center
If you are into all things surf, this venue is a must. The museum and culture center offer educational resources, historical documentaries, awesome surf paraphernalia and more. You’ll want to see the history and amazing surf culture while you’re in the neighborhood.4. Tee-off at Talega Golf course
While you’re in San Clemente take the time to play eighteen holes at the championship course overlooking the sea. You’ll enjoy the rich scenery while hitting the greens. Afterwards the Spanish style clubhouse awaits you for refreshment and gift shopping.5. Take a culinary tour of the area to get a taste of the local southwest
Sugar Blossom bakery boasts the finest fresh baked selections. The Cellar offers artisan cheese and live music as well as all American entrée selections. Artifex brewery features on tap craft beer and “Food Truck Fridays” in a warm wood setting. Billy’s spectacular deli specializes in light fare next to the fresh market for a unique take on farm to table cuisine.