Insula Santa Catalina
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Catalina is just a 40 minute ferry from Long Beach to Avalon to get transported away to island living and water sports away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Bring your swimsuit and go on kayaking, snorkeling and boating adventures, and rent electric bikes to speed through the island.
Catalina is an island 22 miles off the California coast. There is Avalon where visitors go to the beach, shop, hike, snorkel or ride bikes. It's a fun day trip or stay longer. Make sure to book you accommodations early.
A 90 minute boat trip from downtown Long Beach to the picturesque small island town of Avalon with restaurants, shops and a private beach with bar, restaurant and kayak etc. rentals. Catalina offers hiking options, island round trips, scuba diving etc.
A magic place to visit while you are in Central California. Take a ferry for a day trip.
A great all day trip by boat to Catalina Island,this is an amazing little historic island to take a day trip by boat and visit this pristine place,no cars allowed. Great sight seeing wild life and restaurants. Highly recommend you set aside 1 day to visit Santa Catalina Island. Boat leaves from long…
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