Really fun place to people watch. There are certainly better stretches of beach in Laguna to relax, but this one has the most action. Tons of recreational sports and prime location.
Cities near Laguna Beach
- 1California, USA3 reviews
Aliso Viejo is a nice relatively new community that is inland Orange County near Laguna Beach. I love that compared to much of the OC it is new and seems to be a very young place. The shopping is easy to get to and there are a lot of great restaurants and cafes that don't require hours of driving. It ...
- 2California, USA4 reviews
Beautiful especially on the pier...
- 3California, USA30 reviews
Someone is not a fan of Mickey....
- 4California, USA9 reviews
Costa Mesa is very clean and well landscaped. A mixture of office parks and residential but a lot of business! There is a great shopping mall and just about every major store and restaurant you could imagine. Very accessible from the freeway!
- 5California, USA56 reviews
I love Huntington! I have lived here for 3 years now and the beautiful weather and generally nice natives are great. It gets a little rough in the summer when the tourists invade and you can barely walk to the beach though. I play volleyball twice a week and the courts are generally well maintained and the atmosphere friendly.
- 6California, USA5 reviews
The town I grew up in! It doesn't have too much for tourists. What it does have is Little Saigon. The largest concentration of Vietnamese restaurants and stores in the country. If you are looking for a great Vietnamese restaurant or bakery this is the city for you!
- 7California, USA7 reviews
One of the blander cities in Orange County but home to Chapman University, a good private university which was also the setting of "Accepted".
- 8California, USA16 reviews
2012...the summer of unreal Dana Point sunsets!
- 9California, USA6 reviews
two words: bahn muthafucken-mi
- 10California, USA3 reviews
- 11California, USA3 reviews
Nice area on LA close to UCLA. Definitely a nicer pay off the city, less ghetto, and offers a slew of God restaurants and night activities for the student population.
- 12California, USA16 reviews
#BeGone San Clemente, an adorable beach town perfect for a last-minute girls trip or romantic getaway. Where to Eat: Most locals will tell you to go by Vine (211 N. El Camino Real), and if you can’t trust a local, who can you trust? Vine has a cozy Napa Valley-vibe, but it also has Napa Valley-esque $30 entrees. Not to ...
- 13California, USA4 reviews
clean, safe, well thought out planned community.
- 14California, USA74 reviews
There is so much to do at Newport Beach. They have an amazing bar scene and tons or restaurants to grab food near by. There is a nice pier where you can fish or walk along and a lot of shops where you can get your shopping fix on. If you are into surfing the surf break is really good.
- 15California, USA7 reviews
The seventh of twenty - one California missions. Founded on 1776. There's a lot of inspirational historic, cultural, and religious site. The Mission offers different tours. Audio tour for children and adults, hear the legend of the Swallows of Capistrano, Serra Chapel tour, a docents dressed in their historic attire for a tour through 10 acres of museums rooms, exhibits, ...
- 16California, USA2 reviews
- 17California, USA5 reviews
Mission Viejo is very close to Aliso Viejo. In fact, most people mistake the two for each other if they don't live nearby. One of the highlights of Mission Viejo is Lake Mission Viejo where thousands of residents can enjoy watersports, walks, runs, and a variety of outdoor pursuits. Thanks, Mission Viejo, for being a great neighbor.
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- 20California, USA10 reviews
Balboa Island was such a cute little place to spend for a few hours. I went here with my family, which was really nice because my parents are honestly old and tired and don't want to go to places that are too lively. The vibe here is very chill. There are little shops everywhere for you to check out. You ...