If you’re talking about an actual beach, It’s located in California in Dana Point. It’s contains a small, wealthy gated community. It was also named after its most geological prominent feature – Monarch Bay – since its hils of sagebush and Manzanita were previously a breeding ground for the Monarch Butterfly. Unfortunately, the butterfiles are rarely seen there (once they came in huge flocks) due to their natural habitat ruined by condos and beach houses.
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