The city of Dana Point is rich in culture and arts. The Tall Ships Festival, which is held in September, is an enormous one, and Dana Point has been home to the Festival of Whales since 1972. Dana Point has been home to the Concours d’Elegance since 2008, and The Dana Point Grand Prix attracts participants from across California. The annual Turkey Trot, which includes a 10k and 5k race attracts well over 10,000 runners, and the Dana Point Symphony offers classical music concerts throughout the year. The effusive and stately Dana Point condos for sale are found in what is considered a Mediterranean climate, with the coldest month falling in December and the hottest month falling in August.
The absorbing and impassioned Dana Point oceanfront condos are found in a racially diverse city made up of African American, Pacific Islander, White, Asian, Native America, Hispanic racial makeup’s, and the population density is over 5,000 residents per square mile. The city is roughly 30 square miles, and the Dana Point headlands are one of the prominent features of the city. When the weather is good, the views extend from La Jolla in San Diego County up the coastline to Catalina Island.
Many of the streets in the city got their name because colored lanterns were used by ship over 200 years to advertise what they were selling when they were getting ready to dock (hence the names (Violet Lantern, Golden Lantern, Blue Lantern, etc.). The city was named after the headland of Dana Point, and the Strands at Headlands is now one of the preeminent luxury communities in the city of Dana Point next to the Ritz Carlton Hotel and the Salt Creek Beach. The dashing and distinguished Dana Point ocean view condos for sale are found in close proximity to PHC high-way one, which means it is extremely easy to drive up the coastline to Laguna Beach are get to Interstate five freeway. The Dana Point Harbor is one of the few along the Orange County coast, and the city is extremely popular among surfers.