• Huntington Harbour

    Huntington Harbour is located in the Northern part of Huntington Beach. The surrounding cities are Sunset Beach and Seal Beach. It consists of five man-made islands with waterways that are used for boating and accessing the Pacific Ocean. Huntington Harbour is surrounded with beautiful multimillion dollar homes and boats throughout the Harbour. There are many activities you can do here such as, kayaking, paddle boarding, surfing, dining, shopping, visiting the beaches and parks. Peter’s landing marina is located at the front of the harbour off of PCH.

    Huntington Beach
    Huntington Beach also known as “Surf City, USA” and was established in 1909. It is the 16th biggest city in California, and is in Orange County along the Pacific Ocean. This beautiful city is filled with long sandy beaches, a mild climate, shops, restaurants, hotels, bike paths, horseback riding, surfing, a wildlife preserve, and walking trails. Huntington Beach is recognized for one of the best vacation spots in California. Some of the fun activities are the Fourth of July celebration and parade, visiting dog beach where many dogs run along the beach or swim in the surf, fishing off the pier and surfing among the waves. The beautiful weather, beaches, U.S. Open Surfing and AVP Pro Beach Volleyball events and laid-back atmosphere attract approximately 11 million visitors to the city each year.

  • Seal Beach

    Seal Beach is an idyllic beach community in the most Northwest part of Orange County. It is a city full of sunshine and ocean air. There are 42 miles of coastline in this quaint town. Main Street is filled with local businesses, unique shops, and delicious restaurants. The hometown appeal, excellent school district, parks, pier, and beachside location makes this neighborhood  highly desirable location to live and visit. Seal Beach is a friendly community and living here is a California dream.