The Best Catalina Island Walking Tours
When you are in a setting as beautiful as Catalina Island, then why not take your time and soak in the scenery? Now is as great a time as any to start walking and getting some clean air and moderate-level exercise. In fact, most vacationers and residents prefer to walk around the island to soak up and experience all the beauty associated with island life.
If you can’t walk for long periods of time then consider a short Catalina Island walking tour. The city of Avalon is small and offers many architecturally ingenious houses. Some houses still remain on the 20-foot-wide lot created by George Shatto in the 19th century. You will find most of these homes around the Green Pleasure Pier. Another quick walk is around the Wrigley Memorial and Botanic Garden, where you can view native fauna and flora of Catalina Island.
Great exercise with beautiful Catalina Island walking tours
You can take a leisurely walk that takes you from Crescent to the shoreline to East Whittley. Not far out of the way off Metropole Avenue, you can stop in and visit the Catalina Island Museum and see their many exhibitions and find out their upcoming variety of art and cultural events. Also, you can take a walk to the Catalina Casino and plunge yourself in to the rich island history by exploring the Casino building. The Catalina Casino offers their own three walking tours daily, including the Discover the Casino Walking Tour that will take you to see the numerous and spectacular Art Deco murals inside the building to viewing the beautiful, iconic and world famous Casino Ballroom.
There is plenty to do in Avalon and Catalina Island. Walk, don’t run—enjoy the beauty!