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ResorTime.com offers travelers with the most sought after San Clemente vacation rental deals. Located right on the border of San Diego and Orange Counties and boasting one of the world's most legendary spots for surfing, San Clemente is a beautiful and refreshingly uncrowded coastal town that will bring out the laid-back beach bum in all San Clemente visitors. Travelers who shun the throngs in favor of a low-key beach experience—the part of the OC coast that Hollywood doesn't base TV series on—should drive 10 miles south of Dana Point on Pacific Coast Highway to San Clemente. Our San Clemente vacation properties are located near top attractions, restaurants and offer travelers a plethora of awesome memories.

San Clemente, CA
San Clemente Cove timeshare rentals and vacation condos, in the Spanish-Village-by-the-Sea, overlooks the Pacific Ocean and the San Clemente Pier. You'll enjoy being steps from the sandy beaches and within close driving distance to Los Angeles and San Diego vacation attractions.
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There, 20 square mi of prime bicycling terrain await. Camp Pendleton, the country's largest Marine Corps base, welcomes cyclists to use some of its roads—just don't be surprised to see a troop helicopter taking off right beside you. Surfers favor San Clemente State Beach (949/492-3156. www.parks.ca.gov.com), which has camping facilities, RV hookups, and fire rings. San Onofre State Beach, just south of San Clemente, is another surfing destination. Below the bluffs are 3½ mi of sandy beach, where you can swim, fish, and watch wildlife.
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Italian
If you're hungry for Italian food, San Clemente's family-friendly Carbonara Trattoria is a great bet.
Seafood
Another favorite for couples and kids, the Fisherman's Restaurant & Bar, is a wonderful seafood experience.
Southern
Come on in, have a seat, and sit a spell. Welcome to Iva Lee's Southern and Creole Cuisine. Iva Lee was born in the South. She came from a long line of Southern women who passed down recipes since their arrival in America in 1640. Iva Lee was my beloved grandmother. She took pride in preparing a wide variety of Southern meals and classic dishes from New Orleans for family and welcomed friends. Unlike most Californians, I was raised on grits, gumbo, okra, sweet potatoes, biscuits and pecan pie. My husband and I decided to honor her by sharing some of her finest recipes and savory dishes with you. Enjoy!
American
Nestled in the historic, romantic ambiance of San Juan Capistrano, Cedar Creek offers guests a warm dining experience while in town. A place where you can linger by the fire on the garden patio overlooking the Mission in the heart of the city. The beauty of the hanging flowered baskets and surrounding trees create a serene environment while sitting in the shaded patio enjoying lunch or dinner. Enjoy live entertainment on Friday and Saturday evenings. Come join us for brunch on Sundays starting at 10:00 am.
French
Locals have romanced at cozy tables for more than 25 years at this delightful restaurant. Classic Belgian dishes such as escalope of veal with Béarnaise sauce and rabbit with white wine and prune sauce are the hallmark of this French and Belgian restaurant, whose name means "the little swallow" in French. The extensive wine list is matched by an impressive selection of Belgian beers. You can dine in the cozy dining room or on the lovely patio, which is perfect for the superb Sunday brunch.
Breakfast/Brunch
It may be worth hopping the Amtrak for San Juan Capistrano just for the chance to have breakfast or lunch at one of Orange County's most beloved restaurants. Here's your chance to visit one of Los Rios Historic District's simple, board and batten homes dating back to 1881. This café sits practically on the railroad tracks across from the depot—nab a table on the patio and dig into a hearty breakfast, such as the mountainous wild-mushroom scramble. For lunch, consider the memorable mac-and-cheese or Southern fried chicken. Every item on the menu illustrates chef-owner John Q. Humphreys's creative hand.
Dive Bar
Stop by for some local culture, bands, and cheap tacos and pitchers.
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