While we may be partial to the seaside town, Laguna Beach’s seven miles of abundant beaches and coves speak for themselves. Read on for our top five picks, each with their own appeal and attractions.
If you’re looking for all the action in the center of Downtown Laguna Beach, look no further. Whether you’re looking to sunbathe, take a stroll along the boardwalk, go for a swim, or join a game of beach volleyball, Main Beach has it all.
On the north side of Laguna Beach is where you’ll find this secluded cove surrounded by rocky cliffs. Expect calmer waters ideal for snorkeling, kayaking, and paddle-boarding, not to mention catching close-up views of seals, sea lions, and dolphins.
Found at the bottom of a long staircase in a discreet neighborhood along Victoria Drive, consider Victoria Beach one of Laguna Beach’s best-kept secrets. This hidden gem attracts locals and visitors alike for its well-known castle-inspired “Pirate Tower,” manmade, circular concrete pool, and skimboarding.
Home to world-class skimboarding and the only beach in the city equipped with fire pits, pack up all of your beach essentials and plan for a full day of fun in the sun.
From garibaldi to lobsters, get a firsthand look at the underwater sea life this secluded, north side scuba diving and snorkeling destination has to offer.