A Coastal Village
by the sea
San Clemente: a Spanish
Village by the Sea
With more than 300 days a year of magnificent sunshine and an average temperature of 76 degrees, San Clemente is one of Southern California’s best kept secrets. The city has the charm of a small town, while still being just a short drive from the conveniences of metropolitan Southern California. Located steps from sun-drenched beaches, charming shops, and local restaurants, Casa Tropicana is the ultimate destination for any guest to feel completely at home in one of Southern California’s most stunningly classic and relaxing towns.
The San Onofre Bluffs portion of San Onofre State Beach features 3.5 miles of sandy beaches with six access trails cut into the bluff above up to old Hwy 101. The beach is popular with beach goers, sunbathers, swimmers and especially surfers. In fact, San Onofre offers some of the best longboard surfing on the California Coast.
san onofre beach
Trestles Beach is a stretch of world class surf spots and beaches - Upper Trestles, Lower Trestles, Middle Trestles, and Church's. These beaches are accessible by walking through San Mateo State Park, home of seven archaeological sites, including a Juaneño Indian Village.
Just south of Califia Beach Park, San Clemente State Beach includes camping, fire pits and picnic areas. It has been one of the most popular beaches in Southern California since 1937 because of its prime location on the south end of the town.