Laguna Beach has a rich history. It's a well known beach community with over seven miles of sandy beaches and is hold to art festivals, the Pageant of the Masters, boutique shopping and picturesque beaches.
With hills on one side and the ocean on the other, access to Laguna Beach is limited to Pacific Coast Highway, connecting to Newport Beach to the northwest and Dana Point to the south. You can also travel through Laguna Canyon Road (Route 133) crossing through the hills in a northeastern direction through Laguna Canyon.
The dining choices in Laguna Beach dazzle and delight the senses. The vast and eclectic array of restaurants, cafes, and coffee shops reflect the growing reputation of Laguna Beach as a world class culinary destination.
The venues are as varied as the cuisines: Dine al fresco on a shaded patio or overlooking a fantastic ocean view, enjoy a cocktail high at a chic rooftop bar, or tuck into a cozy, well-appointed interior decorated with some of the world-class artwork for which Laguna Beach is known for