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Jessica Wu


Shea Gallagher

Sand & Surf

Local Beaches

There's no better feeling than putting your toes in the sand, listening to the sounds of the ocean & breathing in the fresh salt air! Laguna Beach offers seven miles of coves and beaches where visitors can explore sea caves, tide pools, ocean side bluffs, natural tide pools and of course, sandy beaches, all within city limits. It's an ideal California location for a beach getaway.

Table Rock Beach

Table Rock Beach is a locally-known tucked away beach in south Laguna Beach. It's an excellent sandy beach in a deep cove. Rocks of all shapes and sizes exist near the center of the cove and there’s a massive cave at the back of the beach.The main rock in the center of the beach is Table Rock which you can go out onto. It’s a great place to be during sunsets. In that area you’ll find tidepools when the tide rolls out.

31561 Table Rock Dr., Laguna Beach, CA 92651

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Victoria Beach Pool

No Laguna Beach trip is complete without a soak in Victoria Beach Pool. Victoria Beach is is one of Laguna's most famous beaches. It's home to iconic sights – like the famed “Pirate Tower” and a circular, man-made pool and is also beloved by skim boarders.

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Thalia Street Beach

Thalia Street Beach is Laguna Beach’s most widely-known surf break. The most optimal learning spot in town. The surf break is gentle, consistent, and ride-able on more days than any other spot in the city. It’s also an easy walk to Main Beach or Downtown. 

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Oak Street Beach

When the swell comes in from the north, it’s one of the best, most low-key surf breaks in town. It’s also one step further away from Main Beach than its more popular neighbor, Thalia Street – making it less crowded. Oak Street Beach is popular with skim boarders, surfers, and swimmers alike.

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Salt Creek Beach

Families are drawn to this beach for its ample sand, kid-friendly boogie boarding waves, and lifeguards. During low tides, children and adults will enjoy the tidepools that are exposed at the point south of the beach. A café called Youngs Beach Shack has tasty food, smoothies and drinks and is just above Salt Creek Beach.

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