Dana Point Harbor

Welcome to Dana Point, the beautiful oceanfront hub of Southern California! Whether by car, plane, train, boat or bus, Dana Point conveniently offers visitors year-round access to explore our breathtaking beaches and incredible resorts. And nestled directly between Southern California’s largest cities – Los Angeles and San Diego – this seaside destination offers easy entry to and from several major airports. Once in Dana Point, you can get around town via car, bike or shuttle from one of the resort properties.

 

AIR

With the recent upgrades at our nearest airport (Orange County/John Wayne) and five other airports within 100 miles of Dana Point, it’s never been easier to fly to Southern California.

John Wayne Airport, Orange County (SNA)
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT)

Long Beach Airport (LGB)

San Diego International Airport (SAN)

Palm Springs International Airport (PSP)

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TRAIN / BUS

Connect along the coast, or from up north, and stop blocks from the sand in neighboring San Juan Capistrano or San Clemente. You’ll end up just a few minutes from Dana Point and can easily take a taxi or shuttle right down to the beach!

Amtrak
Metrolink – Orange County Transportation Authority

 

CAR

Easily accessed from north, south and east (hopefully, you aren’t driving from the Pacific Ocean) via the San Diego (5) Freeway or Pacific Coast Highway. Just take the Beach Cities turnoff and follow the sun to the sand!

Distances to Dana Point:
From Laguna Beach – 7 miles
From Newport Beach – 19 miles
From Huntington Beach – 29 miles
From Carlsbad/Legoland – 35 miles
From Anaheim/Disneyland – 39 miles
From Long Beach – 39 miles
From San Diego Wild Animal Park – 58 miles
From San Diego/Sea World – 61 miles
From Los Angeles – 65 miles
From Universal Studios – 68 miles
From San Diego Zoo – 68 miles
From Rodeo Drive/Beverly Hills – 70 miles
From Palm Springs – 105 miles