Little Corona Beach5 Votes Currently Open
- Address: 3100 Ocean Blvd, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625, Newport Beach, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-9496443309
- Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
- Tags: Beach, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
With cliffs that offer stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, a small road takes you to the Corona del Mar State Beach. Make your way to the left of the beach and you have reached the untouched Little Corona Beach. Unlike other beaches that have a luscious view of the ocean creating ripples on wide sand deposits, the Little Corona Beach has found its uniqueness in the rocky coast that guards it and the small caves that have become home to beautiful sea creatures.
Diving here is a wonderful experience but if you like to stay away from water, walk around to see the tide pools. You can spot anemones, crabs, colourful fishes and sea slugs here waiting for the high tide to wash them back into the ocean. Find a cosy spot around the rocky cliffs to have a picnic spread or go all out and take a snorkelling session here to explore the depths of the ocean. Either way, the place promises to be a relaxing spot for beach lovers!
Little Corona Beach Travel Tips
- Carry bottled drinking water. Wearing sunscreen will be helpful since the sun can get pretty harsh.
How to Reach Little Corona Beach
- By Bus: Coast-Poppy7
- By renting a Car/ Bike
- By hiring a Yellow Cab Taxi
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Little Corona Beach Reviews & Ratings
Another one of my favorite Dives in Southern California. I've must dove this spot 50 times or more and it never loses its charm. Swim out to the left-hand Bowie and then head east underwater and it's great.
Corona Del Mar is a great area of Newport Beach. If you are not an ocean swimmer and/or your kids are not web footed, this is the safe beach to visit. As a boy, I went to this beach with my Midwest cousins. Mom knew best. She could,lounge on grass and the kids that actually couldn’t swim, would be safe. As for this expert swimmer, I found the place a little like a park. I just could not get into trouble at this beach. If beaches seem a little to wild for you, visit Little Corona. It offers a beautiful setting and, likely, you will have a safe experience.
This is a truly fantabulous beach and it's the perfect place for spending time with friends or family. There's so much about this beach that makes it almost legendary. It has a small cliff you can climb to see the tidepools and even though it's kind of strenuous, for what it's worth, you'll definitely be pleased once you reach the other side. If you're lucky, you'll also be able to see sea critters such as sea anemone, clams, crabs, and starfish in the tidepools. Later on in the noon, Corona Del Mar has a beautiful sunset and the best view is probably on the small cliff mentioned earlier. Fo' sho' it's the bomb and something out of this world. The experience will have you coming again and again. Most of the time it's not even crowded, which makes the beach an even more relaxing place. At night, if you're willing to stay a little longer, the stars shine beautifully, like bling bling, and you can even just lay on the sand and enjoy the night as you make constellations. Meh experience here was one of the best moments I spent with my family and I hope it's the same for anyone else who would like to go here.
Beautiful beach, some amazing views, great for walks by the water, sunsets, picture taking is a must. enjoy this spot..