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Orange County is near Los Angeles, California. Its county seat is Santa Ana. The county is famous for its tourism, as the home of such attractions as Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm, as well as several beaches along its more than 40 miles of coastline. While Santa Ana serves as the governmental center of the county, Anaheim is its main tourist destination, and Irvine its major business and financial hub. Four Orange County cities have populations exceeding 200,000: Santa Ana, Anaheim, Irvine, and Huntington Beach.
Now known as "The OC", Orange County is the heart of Southern California, encompassing all the marvels that make a traveling spirit soar. Nature's been kind to The OC– kissing the summer air with average temperatures of 79 along sandy white shorelines that greet the world's greatest ocean. Ecological reserves thrive along the coastlines and wetlands, eastward to the wildlife sanctuaries in the canyons and inland hills.
Artists and performers of all walks-of-life color the 34 distinctive neighborhoods that make up The OC Art and music festivals; the US Open of Surfing and weekly farmers markets throughout the county celebrate the great outdoors and your place in it. Sunsets fade to dressy nights-on-the-town in the midst of the stars – both kinds. With accommodations, shopping, dining and night life ranging from bohemian to vogue, from restful to rockin'- and back again - The OC has it all.
Head along Pacific Coast Highway 1 to Laguna Beach, and visit the Laguna Art Museum by day and the Laguna Playhouse by night. Renowned art festivals, famous galleries, historic districts and unique gift boutiques are guaranteed to fill you with appreciation for all your senses - as do the local restaurants. Designated a marine life refuge, and known for it's tide pools, Laguna Beach also provides cliff-walking and picnics at the Heisler Park Ecological Reserve.