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Fisherman’s Cove is considered ideal for kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving. The plant and sea life a mere 10 ft. off of the shoreline makes it a great spot for beginners. Fisherman’s is a small and secluded beach that lies just south…

Laguna’s southern most city beach is accessible by ramp at the southwest corner of the Montage Resort. Treasure Island is a popular spot for skin and scuba diving, tide pooling, and ocean swimming. The surf can become large with the numerous…

Main Beach is the largest and most popular stretch of sand in Laguna Beach, located in the heart of downtown where Pacific Coast Highway and Ocean Avenue intersect. Although surfing is not permitted, many activities such as beach volleyball,…

Cozy and private, Agate Street Beach is a hidden gem. The beach is secluded yet close to the nearby action of shopping, dining, galleries and hotels. Surfing is allowed on the reef.

The iconic Laguna Beach Lifeguard Tower was originally contructed as an office space in the 1920’s and sat accross the street from its current home on Main Beach. It was moved and re-purposed as a lifeguard tower in the 1930’s, it is now…

Located in south Laguna, West Street Beach is known for its pristine shores as well as the fact that it is Laguna’s most historically gay-friendly beach. Very popular among local families and tourists alike, the gentle waves make it perfect…

A lovely little beach, the conditions at Anita Street beach are more mild than at neighboring Thalia. Swimmers are allowed here and it is a better place for beginning surfers to learn without the stress of a crowded wave.

Camel Point Beach sits below the Montage Resort and is privately accessed by residents in the multi-million dollar homes that reside next to the hotel. Swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing are popular activities. Visitors can get here by walking…

South of Main Beach there is the small sandy beach called Sleepy Hollow. This is a great beach for swimming and body surfing as the bottom of the beach is mostly sand and it is known for its shore break. Body boarders will also appreciate the reef…

Aliso Beach Park boasts a large parking lot and is therefore one of the most easily accessible beaches in Laguna. Featuring a snack bar that is open during peak summer season, fire pits and a toddler play area, Aliso is home to a number of rare…