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All About Laguna Beach
Founded by a colony of artists in the 1800s, the Californian city of Laguna Beach has retained its bohemian spirit through the decades. Today, in addition to whimsical activities like laughter yoga, sunset serenades, and live performance art, Laguna Beach puts its nature center stage. Spend sun-soaked days lounging by the ocean, watching boats bob in the bay as the waves crash and burst against the rocks. While away your evenings at locavore restaurants, and take in sunsets that paint the sky pink, red, and orange.
With so much natural beauty to behold, it’s easy to understand why sustainability is such an important part of life here, and you’ll see evidence of it everywhere, from farm-to-table menus to slow fashion. Whether you’re hiking coastal paths, browsing the boutiques, museum-hopping, or touring the area’s exquisite beaches on seemingly endless sunny days, Laguna Beach exudes coastal cool.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Laguna Beach?
Summer is the most popular time to visit Laguna Beach, as the warm weather, beach lifestyle, and three back-to-back art festivals draw visitors to the area. Come in fall or spring, though, and while the water may be a tad cold for swimming, the atmosphere will be more tranquil, and you’ll have your pick of spots to enjoy the shoreline. The weather is fairly warm all year and, allowing you to sunbathe from March through late October. The winter months tend to be quiet around town. But between hiking, picking up treats at farmers’ markets, touring nearby vineyards, and admiring local art, there is plenty on offer here outside of peak beach season.
What are the top things to do in Laguna Beach?
Every first Thursday of the month, take a look at the creations of local artists, each with a story to tell. Listen to live music, see special installations, and meander around town taking in one gallery tour after another as they all open their doors to welcome visitors and locals alike.
Discover the twists and turns of the Laguna Canyon. Walking down the cliffs, you will come across massive sycamore trees lining the way as you follow the scenic trails. Take a tour with a naturalist for a unique insight into the unique animals that inhabit this area, along with colorful wildflowers and native plant species.
If you haven’t yet experienced California wine, this is your chance. Vineyards and wineries — as well as many restaurants serving local bottles — pepper the coast in and around Laguna Beach. Make a day of it and sample some beautiful regional vintages, sipping with scenic views of the ocean and rows of verdant vines.