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Beaches

Laguna Beach boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in California. The city's seven miles of picturesque Pacific coastline features plenty of pristine sandy beaches. Throughout the year, you'll find beachgoers of all ages soaking up the sun and enjoying all the great activities you'll find in Laguna Beach. Map of Laguna Beaches.

Lounging in the soft, warm sand is only the beginning of what you can do here at the beach. Surfing and skimboarding are popular among locals and visitors. With up to 15-foot waves, the coves along Laguna Beach's coastline are home to some of the best waves in southern California.

Exploring the underwater world is fun and exciting in Laguna Beach, which is home to amazing diving. You'll discover a new world just beneath the waves filled with fish, anemones - even the occasional octopus!

But you don't have to dive to experience the amazing marine life hidden just below the waves. Laguna Beach boasts impressive tide pooling opportunities, giving you an up-close look at marine life without having to get your hair wet! Nestled within the rocky outcroppings that frame Laguna Beach's white sand beaches, you'll find an amazing display of marine life that calls this unique environment home.

While you explore the coves of Laguna Beach, please help us keep these beaches beautiful for years to come! All of Laguna's beaches and coves are designated "Marine Protected Areas," so remember:

• Deposit all litter in designated containers. Keep trash out of our parks and out of the food chain.
• Stay on designated trails. Prevent erosion and preserve plant and animal habitats.
• No pets are allowed in wilderness parks. Protect wildlife and your fellow park visitors.

With such an amazing variety of things to do and ways to relax at the beach, it's easy to see why Laguna Beach is a prime vacation destination for visitors from around the world.


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Agate Street Beach
  • Agate Street Beach
  • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Agate Street Beach is located just north of Pearl Street. Surfing is black balled (not allowed) from noon-5pm each day through the summer months (June 15-September 15). ... MORE >>


Aliso Beach Park
  • Aliso Beach Park
  • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Aliso Beach Park is family friendly with large sandy beaches and views of wildlife perched atop rock formations.  Swimming, skimboarding, surfing, skin diving and paddle boarding all take ... MORE >>


Bluebird Beach
  • Bluebird Beach
  • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Bluebird Beach is located in front of the Surf & Sand Resort. The ramp that leads down to the beach is located at the corner of South Coast Highway and Bluebird Canyon. This beach is popular ... MORE >>


Boat Canyon
  • Boat Canyon
  • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Boat Canyon, whose cove is approximately 400 feet long, has stairway access along the side of the Diver’s Cove condos. This is a small beach and is rarely crowded during week days. The beach will ... MORE >>


Brook's Street Beach
  • Brook's Street
  • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Brooks Street Beach is a surfing beach and isn’t intended for those wanting to swim or bodyboard. A good south swell can generate some long lefts that start breaking all the way out at Second Reef. ... MORE >>


Christmas Cove
  • Christmas Cove
  • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Christmas Cove is the northern most beach that is easily accessible from Montage Laguna Beach. The best access to the beach is by way of the ramp at the end of the Montage Resort park area. Goff ... MORE >>


Cleo Street Beach
  • Cleo Street Beach
  • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Cleo Street Beach is a family-friendly beach close to downtown at the end of Cleo Street. There’s even a shipwreck here about 200 yards offshore. Known as the Cleo Street Barge, the wreckage is more ... MORE >>


Crescent Bay
  • Crescent Bay
  • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Crescent Bay is a large cove about ¼ mile in length. It is located where Cliff Drive intercepts North Coast Highway. The beach is a sandy stretch with rocky areas at the north and south ends. Off the ... MORE >>


Cress Street Beach
  • Cress Street Beach
  • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Cress Street Beach with its interesting rock formations can be tricky to find. Head down Cress Street toward the beach, then look for stairs that descend to the sand. ... MORE >>


Diver's Cove
  • Diver's Cove
  • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Diver’s Cove has a beach that is 300 feet long and joins Picnic Beach at its southern end. Because of the structure of the cove, it is very popular with families, and the water is usually crowded ... MORE >>


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