Where local art and coastal luxury are fundamental.
Nestled halfway between San Diego and Los Angeles, Laguna Beach is the perfect destination for those seeking coastal luxury. Countless natural tide pools, caves, and other natural phenomena make this an ideal place to explore nature’s wonders.
Once known as Lagona, it was renamed Laguna Beach in 1904. It was created to be an art community and coastal resort, with local art its focal point. Well-known for having over seven miles of sublime canyons and coves, Laguna Beach keeps nature and art lovers alike content and engaged.
From minimalist beach homes to colonial dwellings, adobe architecture to contemporary properties, there are diverse options for homeowners. With a suburban feel and the median home costing approximately $2.9 million, this community is well-suited for upscale inhabitants.
A community-focused, suburban beach town, Laguna Beach is an excellent destination for those who enjoy exploring within their own neighborhood. With so much to do close to home, it is ideal for people who seek beachy vibes and an eccentric, small-town feel.
Laguna is an ideal community for those who work close to home. Though it’s not the most car-friendly, the town is well-suited for walkers and bikers alike. Made up of mostly small families and retirees, it is undoubtedly a great place to find a slice of peaceful luxury.
Local shops and restaurants are a focal point of Laguna Beach. If you’re looking to find a new outfit or snag a delicious bite to eat, one can easily find what they’re after here.
While you’re out and about on a shopping spree, be sure to stop by Laguna Beach Electric Bike Rental so you can get around town effortlessly. For a high-end, elegant shopping experience, head to Simple Laguna for a beachy getup. If you seek a unique, handmade gift that you and your furry friends can enjoy, look no further than Faux Paw Petique.
For a casual spot that is great for lunch, snacks, or even a dinner date, check out Nick’s Laguna Beach. If you’re set on going where the locals go, Wine Gallery is the place to be, as it has a low-key vibe and offers a great happy hour! For a juicy steak and luxurious experience, stop by Selanne Steak House. Its menu features the finer things in life, such as caviar, truffles, and Wagyu steak.
From whale watching, fishing, and hiking to over 100 art galleries, ocean and art-centric components are key to this lavish beach town.
Sawdust Art Festival is an annual nonprofit event boasting local artists and showcasing everything from jewelry and ceramics to paintings and mixed media arts. Occurring the first Thursday of every month, First Thursdays Art Walk features artwork from various galleries, as well as food and wine vendors. Catch the Laguna Beach Farmers’ Market every Saturday morning. Featuring over 40 vendors, one would be hard-pressed not to find what they’re looking for.
If you’re into the arts, take in some local masterpieces or enjoy a docent-guided tour at the Laguna Art Museum. If you’re a sports lover, spend some time taking in the great outdoors at Ben Brown’s Golf Course. This is a terrific golf course that has been built into its intimate, plush natural surroundings.
Hiking trails here are diverse and boundless and vary in degree of difficulty. For an easier path that’s great for running or bird watching, check out Reef Point and Crystal Cove Trail. For the more experienced hiker, be sure to explore El Moro Canyon Short Loop Trail, a more challenging option that features horseback riding, mountain biking, and ocean views.
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