on the opposite side of the island is Two Harbors, a tiny hamlet with one restaurant, one bar, one store, and no paved roads. While services are limited, the area’s rugged beauty is not.

The town’s name is derived from its position between Isthmus Cove and Catalina Harbor. A 5-minute walk is all it takes to visit both. The history of this part of the island dates back to the 1860s when silver, lead, and zinc mining operations were active. Later, during the Civil War, the Union Army established a camp here. Today, this is the ideal destination for anyone looking for uncrowded outdoor activities, or simply a spot to disconnect and relax.

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