Catalina Island Company Reinvigorates Two Harbors with Launch of Harbor Sands

Catalina Island Company

At Harbor Sands, visitors can enjoy a true South Pacific experience without traveling halfway around the world.

This month, the iconic village of Two Harbors on Catalina’s west end will see a transformation with its revitalized oceanfront at Harbor Sands. Part of the Catalina Island Company’s ongoing investment in the island, Harbor Sands brings back the relaxed South Pacific ambiance reminiscent of Two Harbors in the 1930s, when thatched huts lined the shores of Isthmus Cove.

Harbor Sands will feature rustic palapas and lounge chairs set on 1,900 tons of newly imported white sand. Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious selection of South Pacific-inspired seafood bites and refreshing tropical libations on the new oceanfront Reef Point dining deck or have their orders delivered directly to their beachside palapa or lounge chair.

“At Harbor Sands, visitors can enjoy a true South Pacific experience without traveling halfway around the world,” said Randall Herrel, Sr., president and chief executive officer of the Catalina Island Company. “Harbor Sands beckons guests to relax under the sun and feel the caress of cool ocean breezes. It’s the perfect spot for boaters, campers, couples, and everyone looking for a quick escape from their hectic mainland lives.”

Six spacious palapas, each seating up to eight, are furnished with a comfortable daybed, ottoman, lounge chairs and coffee table. Because of its scenic beauty, Two Harbors was once Hollywood’s chosen location for South Seas filming. Paying homage to this Hollywood past, each Harbor Sands palapa is named after a movie that was filmed in Two Harbors.

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