Orange County Neighborhoods
San Juan Capistrano: The Oldest City in California
San Juan Capistrano is the oldest city in California, started by a few Spanish priests in the late 18th Century. Today the city is characterized by a strong sense of community and historical preservation.
O.C. Beach Cities
Beach cities are active happy places, each with its own character and vibe. Here’s a guide to the beach cities in Orange County, California.
Costa Mesa: A Fun O.C. Suburb
Costa Mesa is a young city with great shopping, beach proximity and lots of fun things to do with the family.
Huntington Beach: Surf City USA
Surf City is a great combination of urban living and suburban charm.
Newport Beach: An Affluent Nautical Town
When it comes to cities emblematic of O.C. luxury and affluence, the sea-side enclave of Newport Beach, California tops the list.
Santa Ana: The Seat of Orange County
Santa Ana is an Orange County City with a rich history and thriving arts community.
Irvine: A Planned Suburban Community
Irvine, California is a planned city, a commercial center, and the safest city in America.
Dana Point: An Aquatic Recreation Destination
Formerly known for its deep-water surf break called, “Killer Dana,” its multiple beaches and harbor make Dana Point a popular destination for boating and other aquatic recreation.
Laguna Beach: An Arts Community
Laguna Beach is an Orange County city that started as a collection of struggling farmsteads and evolved into an artists colony, coastal resort town and a tourist destination.
Orange: A Historical O.C. Town
Orange, California, is a historical town with some of Orange County's best vintage and antique shopping.
San Clemente: The Spanish City by the Sea
San Clemente is a "Spanish city by the sea" and a coastal suburb, with local charm and an active village lifestyle.
Seal Beach: Small Town O.C.
Seal Beach, Calif. is an Orange County beach city with a small-town vibe, best known for the Leisure World retirement community; the Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge and a WWII US naval base.
Balboa Newport Beach
Find out why Balboa Beach is one of the best Beaches in Orange County.
Anaheim: A Tourist Destination
Anaheim is a home to “The Happiest Place on Earth,” the Honda Center, the Angels, and a growing population expected to exceed 400,000 by the year 2014.
Fullerton: An Industrial College Town
With roots as a wild west railway town, Fullerton, California grew explosively and evolved into an industrial college town.