Getting to Catalina Island

Leave all the rushing about behind and come back to a slower pace of life, the island life. Regardless of whether it’s your first visit or fiftieth, Catalina Island’s rich storied history and one of a kind appeal keeps individuals returning consistently.

A Tale of Two Ends

Around 22 miles south-southwest of Los Angeles, Catalina Island is the southernmost island of California’s Channel Islands. The Island is comprised of two towns, the joined city of Avalon on the east end, and the unincorporated town Two Harbors on the west end. The island is only 22 miles in length and 8 miles over. Outside of the two towns is a rough wild of magnificent magnificence under the stewardship of the Catalina Island Conservancy.

Getting to Catalina Island

You can take a traveler ship from Newport Beach, Dana Point, Long Beach or San Pedro. You can likewise fly over by means of helicopter or private plane, or sail over on a private pontoon. Catalina Island’s Airport in the Sky sits on a peak, 1,602 feet above ocean level. Visit our sailing segment for data about securing around Catalina Island. Catalina Island is a standard week after week stop for some Cruise Ships.

Most guests and occupants get around the island by foot, bicycle or golf truck. The climate on the Island is depicted as a mellow subtropical atmosphere with warm temperatures all year. Get some answers concerning Catalina Island’s history, and view maps, webcams, occasions, and photographs.

We anticipate seeing you on Santa Catalina Island.

*Even however we adore pooches and different pets, the lodgings, cafés, and offices of the Catalina Island Company don’t have housing for mutts or pets and are not viewed as pet-accommodating.