Newport Beach, California
Newport Beach is a seaside community located in the coastal center of Orange County. The City has an estimated permanent population of 86,700, increasing to over 100,000 during the summer months. Newport Beach is known for its fine residential areas, shopping facilities, strong business community and school system. The City surrounds Newport Bay and the Newport Harbor, where approximately 4,300 boats are docked within the 21-square-mile harbor area.
Newport Beach Coastal Communities
Corona del Mar
Corona del Mar is a charming coastal village in Newport Beach, boasting some of California’s most scenic beaches. As the southern entrance of Newport Beach, located on the beautiful bluffs, overlooking Corona del Mar State Beach, lies this beautiful, village, which exudes a genuine small town warmth, while enjoying spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, glistening beaches, Newport Harbor and the Balboa Peninsula. This quaint village includes a multitude of attractions, from a variety of shops and boutiques to an array of first class restaurants.
The Newport Coast
The Newport Coast master planned community is situated at the eastern edge of Newport Beach. This prestigious, world-class community encompasses the South Orange County coast between Corona Del Mar and Laguna Beach. The Newport Coast features panoramic neighborhoods from the coastal canyons to the Pacific Ocean. Developed by The Irvine Company, the Newport Coast area now encompasses approximately 9,500 acres, with 75% of the land dedicated to open space and golf courses and is home to the Pelican Hill Golf Club.