5/5Last December, our family brought delicious fried chicken to our favorite beach in Corona Del Mar for a picnic. There were no people on the beach in winter in December, so we picked a piece of land near the sea, spread a picnic cloth, and started eating fried chicken. The sharp-eyed seagulls are coming, and more and more, getting closer and closer, the seagulls are very big, as big as a chicken, and it feels a bit scary. We lost some for them to eat, they seemed to like it very much. After eating, it was time for a walk on the beautiful beach. We took off our shoes and socks, rolled up our pants, and walked in the cold water, feeling our feet numb. But after a few more steps, I lost consciousness and didn't feel cold. We walked to the big rock on the left. There was a cave, but it was not easy to walk. The bottom of each rock was covered with sharp and black things. With a light touch, water was sprayed. Later, they were discovered to be sea anemones, which were exposed at low tide. It was really interesting. There are some rock pits with water, and seeing many open sea anemones is really beautiful!
5/5Corona Del Mar State Beach ⛰[Attraction Guide] Address: 3001 Ocean Blvd, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625. Traffic strategy: From home to Ocean Blvd, free parking along the street. From the junction of Iris Street and OceanBlvd, you can go down to the beach from the high residential area. Opening hours: From sunrise to sunset. ticket price: free Highlights: This stretch of beach is very large, very suitable for swimming, surfing and diving, as well as a beach volleyball court. You can often see ships coming and going in and out of Newport Harbour not far away. The beach faces west and the sunset is beautiful. Little Tips: It can be visited together with the nearby Little Corona Beach.