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Want to know what it’s like on the Southern California Coast right now? We have compiled a list of live web cams from Santa Monica to San Diego. So take a look to see what the weather conditions look like before you leave the house.

Santa Monica

Santa Monica Pier & Bay

Santa Monica Bay is a natural bay that encompasses the area from Malibu down to Palos Verde. Between these two points are Santa Monica, Venice, Marina Del Rey, El Segundo, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and Torrance. It is a thriving marine environment that is home to a variety of marine life and provides a beautiful backdrop for outdoor activities such as swimming, surfing, and sailing.

Venice Beach

Venice Beach Boardwalk

The Venice Beach Boardwalk is a vibrant and eclectic destination located in the town of Venice, which is located between Santa Monica and Marina Del Rey. It is a popular tourist spot that features a two-mile boardwalk that stretches along the beach, offering an array of unique and colorful shops, street performers, artists, and musicians. The boardwalk also features a variety of restaurants, cafes, and bars, making it an ideal spot for people-watching and enjoying the beach vibe.

Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach Pier

Huntington Beach Pier is a popular attraction located in Huntington Beach, also known as Surf City USA. The pier is 1,850 feet long and offers great views of the coastline and the opportunity to witness some of the best surfers in the world catching waves. The pier is a prime location for fishing (no fishing license required). It is also the center of Huntington City Beach, a wide sandy beach that offers an array of activities including sunbathing, volleyball and a paved beachfront path that is ideal for walking, running, biking & rollerblading.

Huntington Beach Pier from Lifeguard HQ

Catalina Island

Catalina West End Overlook

Santa Catalina Island is located 22 miles off the California Coast and is access by ferry boat from Long Beach & Dana Point. The two towns, Avalon & Two Harbors are the main destination for most, but for those looking for more adventure, more remote beaches can be accessed by shuttle, long hikes, or boat.

Anacapa Island

Anacapa Island Cove

Anacapa Island is part of the Channel Islands National Park located off the coast of Southern California and is accessed by boat from Ventura Harbor. The island is known for its natural beauty and is home to a variety of unique plant and animal species. Visitors to the island can explore the rugged cliffs, hike through the scenic trails, and dive or snorkel in the crystal-clear waters that surround the island. Additionally, the island features a historic lighthouse that was built in 1912 and still functions to this day.

San Diego

View from the San Diego Rowing Club on Mission Bay
Shelter Island looking northeast towards Spanish Landing Park & San Diego Airport