Plan a vacation location or find a new place to call home in this roundup of our favorite coastal communities.
Every American who has fantasized about living on a Mediterranean island can relax. There's a place much closer to home where you can enjoy the mild climate without changing currency or learning another language. Santa Catalina Island.
With cars restricted (it takes years to get a permit), this might be the only place in Southern California that has vanquished automotive tyranny.