Laguna Beach, CA, USA

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Laguna Beach, CA, USA

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Escape to Your Laguna Beach Vacation Home

Situated just southeast of the downtown Los Angeles area, Laguna Beach is a quiet bedroom community that provides you with an incredible range of activities to enjoy both in the community and throughout the metropolitan area. You will be in a prime location for relaxation because your Laguna Beach vacation home is removed from the hustle and bustle of the busy downtown area. Many lovely vacation homes in this community are located in prime locations with views of the Pacific Ocean, and some have a hot tub, a private garage for your vehicle and other amenities.

Things to Do


There is something for everyone to love in Laguna Beach, and this means that this is the ideal vacation destination for you to head to. Some of the top attractions in the local area that you will be close to from your Laguna Beach home are the beaches, including Crystal Cove State Park and Crescent Bay Point Park. You can also tour the famous Laguna Canyon Winery and pick up some wines to take back home with you. If you are planning a trip to the area in the summer months, you may check out Pageant of the Masters theatrical performances. Wildlife enthusiasts will also want to stop by the Pacific Marine Mammal Center to see sea lions and other critters up close. These are only a few of the many local attractions that will hold your interest, and there are numerous other options available to you throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area.


While this may be a rather small bedroom community, it provides you with plenty of opportunities for retail therapy close to your rental home in Orange County. Many people love to shop here because of the extensive selection of one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques. There are some brand name shops as well, but there are also boutiques for clothing, artwork, housewares, antiques and more. Some of these stores include Bubbles of Laguna, Fawn Memories, The Bead Shop, Hobie Surf Shop Laguna Beach and others throughout the area.


With how lovely the weather typically is in Laguna Beach, you may want to pack your golf clubs and make plans to try out several of the local golf courses while you are in the area. If you are a golfing enthusiast, you will be pleased to learn that there are more than a dozen courses located in or near Laguna Beach for you to enjoy. Some of these include The Ranch at Laguna Beach, Monarch Beach Golf Links, El Niguel Country Club, Laguna Woods Golf Club, Aliso Viejo Country Club and many others.


Approximately three million people visit Laguna Beach each year, and the weather is a primary reason for this. Laguna Beach has a mild Mediterranean climate, which is known for its comfortable temperatures and for an abundance of sunshine. The average rainfall per year is less than 14 inches, and most days are brilliantly sunny. The average high temperature ranges from 68 degrees in the winter to 80 degrees in the summer. There are some fluctuations outside of this, so you should check the forecast before you arrive so that you are prepared for the weather conditions on your trip.

How to Get There

You can easily arrive in Laguna Beach by air travel, car or boat. There are several private marinas located in or close to Laguna Beach that enable you to tie up your boat and explore the area. Flying into either the San Diego International Airport or the Los Angeles airport near Anaheim are also options. From either of these locations, you can travel along the famous and scenic Highway 1 in a rental car to reach Laguna Beach. If you are traveling in your own car, Highway 1, Interstate 5 and Highway 73 are the nearest major roadways that you can connect to from your departure point.

Attractions In and Around Laguna Beach

Looking for things to do while you’re in Laguna Beach? Some of the area's family-friendly draws for travelers include Santa Ana Zoo and Discovery Science Center. Don’t miss cultural highlights like Festival of Arts, Laguna Playhouse and Laguna Art Museum. If some outdoor time is on the agenda, soak up some sun at Diver's Cove and Moss Point Beach or experience the natural beauty of Main Beach Park and Alta Laguna Park.

You can take a shopping trip to Irvine Spectrum Center, Laguna Hills Mall and The Orchard at Saddleback. Plan to attend a game or event? Get tickets for Angel Stadium or Honda Center. Activities around the area include Balboa Pier, Newport Pier and Huntington Beach Pier. You might also want to add other must-see places in the region like Huntington State Beach, Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre or Mission San Juan Capistrano to your agenda.