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The Weather on Santa Catalina Island
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. Conversely, December is the coolest month on Santa Catalina Island, with temperatures going under 50° The rainiest month is August while the driest month is August.
Jet out beyond California's coast to vacation homes on Catalina Island
There's no need for expensive plane tickets; you can savor the Mediterranean feel of Catalina Island just a short ferry ride from Los Angeles. Enjoy million-dollar views from your secluded hillside hacienda, or live the deluxe vacation life and spring for a first-class condo close to Avalon's attractions.
Catalina Coffee & Cookie Co.'s name alone stirs up cravings, but once you survey their menu it will only increase. They tempt with the Best Cinnamon Roll Ever and Best Brownie Ever, and their cornbread bacon muffin or oatmeal chocolate chip cookie are combos too perfect to resist.
In the hamlet of Two Harbors, Harbor Reef Restaurant serves up casual but generous food with five-star ocean views. Relax on their deck and be treated to the fresh catch of the day, served up just how you like it; blackened, grilled or sautéed.
Museums, cinemas and the slots
Gain a better understanding of the island's history and culture at the Catalina Island Museum. Archaeology enthusiasts will be in their element here, as artifacts found throughout the area are on display.
Keep up with new releases or play the slots and tables at the beautiful, Art Deco-style Catalina Island Casino & Avalon Theater. Sitting out on Casino Point, the stately white, rounded building itself is a historical landmark, and seeing a film here is worlds apart from a typical cineplex experience.
If you want to get your blood pumping, take a ride on a sky-high zip line. Zip Line Eco Tour and their knowledgeable, friendly guides provide a thrilling way to experience nature and wildlife, while gliding on any of five lines from 600 feet up.
Spend some quiet time out at Wrigley Botanical Garden, where you'll get to know local plant life. Cactuses rule in their desert collection, and rare species also thrive here. Take in prime ocean views while you're here, too!
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