Newport Beach Travel Guide
Beyond the radiant sun, sand and surf, discover the sophisticated charm of Newport Beach, California. A place so intoxicating, one taste of the perfect life will keep you coming back for more.
From sunset cruises to surf lessons, wine tastings to harbor-front promenades, we offer more things to do and more ways to spend your stay. We invite you to relax, unwind and enjoy picturesque views of California’s sunrise and sunsets –paradise is what we call it.
Ten distinct neighborhoods make up Newport Beach, each with its own unique personality, natural beauty and story to share.
Looking for a quiet escape? You will find an intimate seaside oasis that will tempt you with its elegance, modern shopping and stunning residential landscape.
Travel to Newport Beach
John Wayne Airport, Orange County (SNA)
John Wayne Airport, Orange County (SNA) – the gateway to all Newport Beach offers – is one of the nation’s most efficient airports, serving nine million travelers annually. The primary Newport Beach airport, John Wayne Airport offers non-stop flights to 22 cities and service to Canada and Mexico.
Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the largest and busiest airport in the Greater Los Angeles Area and the state of California, and it is one of the most important international airports in the United States. LAX is located in the southwestern Los Angeles area along the Pacific Ocean between the neighborhood of Westchester to its immediate north and the city of El Segundo to its immediate south. As the largest international airport on the U.S. West Coast, LAX is a major gateway to and from Europe, Latin America, Asia and Oceania. With its deep connections to Asia and Latin America in particular, LAX is considered to be the premier “Gateway to the Pacific Rim.” LAX is approximately 4o miles north of Newport Beach.