California is located on the west coast of North America facing the Pacific Ocean. With over 2,000 kilometres of coastlines, California is home to a variety of famous surf breaks. The North-western regions of California are dominated with the rugged Klamath Mountains whereas the south-east of California is the Mojave Desert which covers an expansive area of the state.
Southern California is made up of eight counties, including Santa Barbara and Orange County located on the coastline with access to some of the world's most famous surfing. With a wide selection of surf spots along the Southern California coastline it lives and breathes the surfs culture and lifestyle with the ultimate locations for outdoor entertainment such as beach bonfires, volleyball, bike riding or even stand-up paddle boarding.
Southern California has a bit of everything, whether you want to be all about the surfing and beautiful beaches to the wine country and sight-seeing. This is the place for all the live music, galleries, surfing and sandcastle building you need.
If you want to ride some of the most famous breaks around the world, this is the place for you.