A San Clemente vacation rental makes sense for those who want to stay in a beach house or cottage rather than just another hotel room. Or perhaps you just want to stay a week or longer to enjoy the area.
Besides great beaches, San Clemente has an adorable village atmosphere. Located south of Laguna Beach and Dana Point, San Clemente is at the southernmost portion of the Orange County coastline. There is train service to Los Angeles and San Diego for those who like to take to the rails.
It is about an equal distance from both Los Angeles and San Diego. You could visit Disneyland in Anaheim one day, and Sea World in San Diego another day and enjoy beach time at your vacation rental in between.
(Please note: we haven't used these agencies so we can't endorse them, but they are offered to help you start your search):
Local Vacation Rental Agencies
While there are several nationwide companies online where you can book vacation rentals in San Clemente, here are a couple of local services that offer listings to help you find that perfect beach house
Rental Center - 1320-A So El Camino Real, San Clemente 949-369-5555
White Water Realty - 608 Ave. Victoria, San Clemente 949-498-7873
Online Vacation Rental Services
VacationHomeRentals.com is an online beach vacation rental service complete with photos and detailed information on each property.
TripAdvisor.com also offers a selection of vacation homes in San Clemente on their website. You can view photos, reviews and email the owners to get more information and prices.
VRBO.com is a third online company that offers vacation rentals, and their selection is quite a bit larger.
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