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and that's before you even consider the humpback whales known to feed alongside dolphins, sea otters, and other sea life in the curving, protected bay.
Must-have food/drink: Yes, there are plenty of excellent seafood shacks, and some other charming restaurants in town, but you're going to the headquarters of one of Oregon's most popular suds-makers, Rogue Ales.
There you can tour their harbor-side facility and post up at the brewery's bar for some beers, some of which can't be found anywhere else.
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And, of course, to the town's most famous attraction, Haystack Rock, which thrusts up from the waves just offshore.
Why it's so great: Perhaps the most well-known Oregon seaside town after... But if you can handle the people, there's tons to do: relax in an oceanfront resort (or an author-themed hotel complete w/ a room), wander through the countless bookstores, tour one of two lighthouses, eat crabs fresh from the boat, or hit South Beach for the aquarium, "Buccaneer Bay" pirate village, the science center, and more.Why it's so great: Sure, this one-time artists' colony has turned into an uber-rich enclave and is responsible for the whole Lauren Conrad-vs.-Kristin Cavallari debate (recently rekindled, apparently, thanks to their new books), but it's still Southern California's most picturesque beach town and home to some seriously good restaurants and bars and art galleries and lounges and high-end stores most people can't really buy stuff at anyway.Must-have food/drink: Opened just last year, Driftwood Kitchen is a mostly roofless fine-dining spot at the Pacific Edge Hotel that combines stunning beach/ocean views (and some fairly stunning food) with a refreshingly casual vibe.this charmingly retro town isn't on the beach, it's nestled in a bend near the mouth of the river that marks the northern end of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, 40 miles of windswept sand towering as high as 500ft and perfect for off-roading, camping, or just rolling down.And when you're done, the town itself boasts a busy riverfront row of shops, bars, and restaurants that shouldn't be missed either.