Crystal Cove State Park. Considered one of the top destinations to visit when in Newport Coast, it is located on the northern side of Laguna Beach between Arch Rock and Irvine Cove. The park features 3.2 miles of immaculate coastline, over 2,400 acres of canyons and 1,400 acres of marine conservation area. Here, you can indulge in everything from water sports activities to hiking and camping.
Marriott’s Newport Coast Villas. This beautiful resort is located on top of a bluff featuring a beautiful uninterrupted view of the Pacific Ocean. It has a multitude of world-class facilities from a full-service fitness center to heated outdoor pools. With so much to see and do when in Newport Coast, you can come find rest and relaxation here. Spent hours hiking or playing golf? Relax your muscles and take a dip in the villa’s heated outdoor pool to end a day well spent.
Newport Center. Called “Fashion Island” by Newport Coast residents, Newport Center serves as the downtown area where you’ll find offices and extensive shopping options with over 125 stores. Newport Center offers a wide range of restaurants, unique boutiques, high-end luxury shops and department stores, and lots of entertainment options. Overlooking Newport Harbor, this destination occupies a whole city block bordered by Jamboree, MacArthur and San Joaquin Hills roads. You’ll find also find the Pacific Mutual building here; designed in the Futurist tradition, this is one of Newport Beach’s most popular landmarks.
Buck Gully Reserve. Located along San Joaquin Hills Road, this 300 acre reserve with its extensive man made trails for hiking, horseback riding, or biking is a place where you can explore and dive into a plethora of outdoor recreational activities. The reserve is open daily, offering group activities as well as volunteer opportunities geared towards wildlife conservation.