Laguna Beach, CA, USA

Laguna Beach, CA, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 2,052 vacation rentals near Laguna Beach. From 1,022 houses to 459 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Laguna Beach for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Can't believe your eyes? It's the Laguna Beach effect

It's not just the people in Laguna Beach who are pretty much as beautiful as they come—even the place itself is a looker. In fact, Laguna Beach is so easy on the eye that it's been attracting artists for the better part of a century. Apart from the creative set, it's the surfing that really puts this place on the map, though a Laguna Beach vacation rental is about much more than surfboards and paint palettes. Take a whale-watching trip, set out on a biking excursion into the San Joaquin Hills, or just enjoy good food and good times with good friends.

Looking for some surf? Laguna's the big kahuna

With more than 20 beaches and coves along this stretch of coast, a Laguna Beach vacation rental isn't going to leave you short of somewhere to sun yourself. Surfing is HUGE round here, so bring your board or rent one if you're into the big waves. Dry off with a bit of hiking in Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, saddle up your mountain bike and hit the nearby San Joaquin Hills, or take a boat trip in search of Moby Dick. There's a great festival scene in Laguna Beach, and while art events tend to take center stage, music's big here too.

Break out the paint brushes and palettes

Laguna Beach is famous for its long-standing art community, and if you're looking to get your own creative juices flowing during your Laguna Beach vacation rental, you'll want to start with the Laguna Art Museum. One of the oldest galleries in the area, it's located down by the oceanfront, and focuses on Californian art. To continue your culture trip, you could take in a show at the Laguna Playhouse, or if you're more into marine matters, how about visiting the Pacific Marine Mammal Center? They rehabilitate stranded seals and cetaceans, before plopping them back in the Pacific.

With a Laguna Beach vacation, it's win-win all the way

Want the good news or the bad news first? Well, the good news is that there is no bad news—Laguna Beach has the kind of gorgeous year-round climate that other beach resorts can only dream of. Whatever the season, you can pretty much guarantee there'll be a decent amount of sunshine, and precious little rain to wash the fun away. If you're in town for the surf, then the best swell conditions tend to be in the summer months between June and October, and you might even catch the Brooks Street Surfing Classic, a legendary competition for local surfers.

The city that doesn't do anything by halves

Laguna Beach doesn't believe in compromise. Either you're on sandy beaches, or you're in spectacular hills, and there's not much in the middle. When they're done surfing and sunbathing on the beaches, many visitors make for Laguna Coast Wilderness Park. Covering 7,000 acres, it's up in the San Joaquin Hills, and features plenty of lakes and coastal canyons. And it's not just the stuff above the waterline that gets looked after round here. Offshore there's more than 7 miles of protected marine reserve, with a thriving population of seals, dolphins, and even migrant whales.