Huntington Beach is situated by the coastline of Orange County, bordered by the magnificent waters of the Pacific Ocean. With miles of white beaches, a pleasant climate and spectacular surfing waves, Huntington Beach is widely known as Surf City. The laid-back community of 200,000 people is situated only 35 miles from Los Angeles and 90 miles north of San Diego, and the excellent location makes it the most popular beach city in Orange County.
Huntington Beach is the epitome of a California city, embodying the surfing lifestyle in every way. With some of the widest, cleanest and safest beaches in the state, Huntington Beach attracts new residents and tourists from all over the world. People come here for the relaxed lifestyle, the great weather and massive waves. Dressing casually is the norm, and the typical dress code is swimwear and flip-flops, beach towels and wetsuits. Huntington Beach is not only a great place to surf, but a terrific place to live. The OC Register readers voted Huntington Beach the Best City to Live in Orange County, and with good reason. With an ideal weather, charming surroundings, excellent schools, parks, marinas and great healthcare Huntington Beach really does live up to its reputation.
If you're in town, venture to downtown Huntington Beach and discover a flourishing art center, a vibrant shopping district and of course the International Surfing Museum. Don't miss checking out Ruby's Diner, which lies at the end of the Huntington Beach Pier; a popular local spot with stunning views of the ocean.