Description & Details of Catalina Island Vacation Rental
Just 22 miles off the coast of California, reachable by ferry or air, you'll find the island paradise of Santa Catalina. The weather is perfect on this secluded and private island, making it the ideal location for your getaway or vacation. When planning your trip to Catalina, make sure to check out the selection of vacation homes that Catalina Island Vacation Rentals has to offer. We have the largest selection of vacation rental homes on the island offering more than 100 vacation homes to guests. Lodging and accommodations range from beautiful, oceanfront villas in Hamilton Cove to cottages, houses and condos in the village of Avalon. Catalina Island is a unique travel destination that provides endless opportunities for visitors to escape and adventure in this gorgeous playground. Find yourself relaxing on the beach, hiking the paths of the island, kayaking along the coastline, or enjoy an afternoon scuba dive, bicycle ride and much more. Find your escape here and with Catalina Island Vacation Rentals. Two night minimum stay required for most properties. Seven night minimum stay in cottages, condos and houses in Avalon between Memorial Day and Labor Day. For more details about individual homes, visit CatalinaVacations.com.
Features & Amenities of Catalina Island Vacation Rental
All vacation rental homes have fully equipped kitchens, televisions, VCR's, DVD players and telephones, as well as a complete supply of bed and bath linens. Many also have pullout sofa sleepers. Most vacation homes have washers and dryers, however some may have coin operated laundry facilities. All vacation homes are within walking distance to the beach.
Activities & Atractions for Catalina Island Vacation Rental
Swimming, boating, diving, kayaking, hiking, shopping, golfing, snorkeling, parasailing, fishing, biking, tennis, island tours, and much more! Relaxing is also a great thing to do on Catalina-no freeways, no traffic, no stress! Visit the museum and learn about the rich history of Catalina Island.