Places you should visit atleast once in Laguna Beach

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Crystal Cove State Park is one of the largest beaches you'll find in the greater Laguna Beach area


Crystal Cove State Park

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Located right on the coast above the bluffs, Heisler Park not only features breathtaking views of the Pacific but it also provides access to four..

Heisler Park


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Of all the beaches in Laguna Beach, Victoria Beach is probably the most unique


Victoria Beach

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If you're the kind of beachgoer who craves seclusion over crowded shores, head straight to 1,000 Steps Beach

1,000 Steps Beach


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Orange County is one of the best places in California to whale watch


Laguna Beach Whale Watching

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To be in the heart of Laguna Beach's action, it's best to take a seat in the sand at Main Beach

Main Beach


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A trip to California isn't complete without a hike, and in Laguna Beach, visitors can take advantage of Laguna Coast..


Laguna Coast Wilderness Park

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Laguna is known for its beautiful coastal parks, and Crescent Bay Point Park is one of the city's most popular

Crescent Bay Point Park


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The closest thing you will get to an aquarium in Laguna Beach is the Pacific Marine Mammal Center


Pacific Marine Mammal Center

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California's oldest museum is unique in that it only showcases California artists or pieces of art that depict the state and its history

Laguna Art Museum


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If you prefer a traditional beach over Laguna's typical cove beach, visit Aliso Beach


Aliso Beach

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