Little Corona Del Mar Beach
Little Corona del Mar Beach is a small, secluded beach located in Corona del Mar, California. It's a popular spot for locals and tourists alike, thanks to its beautiful scenery, calm waters, and abundance of activities.
Here are just a couple of reasons why Little Corona del Mar Beach is one of our favorites:
- Little Corona del Mar Beach is much smaller than its neighboring beaches, which means it's much less crowded. This makes it a great place to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.
- It is home to some of the best tide pools in Southern California. These tide pools are home to a variety of marine life, including sea stars, crabs, and fish.
- The waters off of Little Corona del Mar Beach are perfect for snorkeling. You can see a variety of marine life, including colorful fish, sea turtles, and even dolphins.
- Little Corona del Mar Beach offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and the surrounding cliffs. This makes it a great place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature and catch a killer sunset.
If you're looking for a beautiful, secluded beach with a variety of activities to enjoy, then Little Corona del Mar Beach is the perfect place for you.
Treasure Island Beach
Treasure Island Beach is a great beach in Laguna Beach for a number of reasons.
- Treasure Island Beach is located in a beautiful cove, with towering cliffs and lush vegetation providing a stunning backdrop. The water is a deep blue color, and the sand is soft and white.
- Safe swimming: The waters at Treasure Island Beach are typically calm, making it a great place for swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking. There are also some tide pools at the north end of the cove, which are home to a variety of marine life.
- There are a variety of activities to enjoy at Treasure Island Beach, including swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, kayaking, tidepooling, and skimboarding. There's also a small playground for kids.
- The sand at Treasure Island Beach is some of the softest and whitest in Laguna Beach. It's perfect for building sandcastles or just relaxing on.
- Treasure Island Beach is easily accessible from The Montage Laguna Beach - a World Class 5-Star Luxury Hotel.
If you're looking for a beautiful, safe, and family-friendly beach in Laguna Beach, then Treasure Island Beach is the perfect place for you and you won’t regret the decision.
Here are just a few reasons why Woods Cove is such a great beach:
- Woods Cove is surrounded by towering cliffs and lush vegetation, creating a stunning natural setting. The water is a deep blue color, and the sand is soft and white.
- Woods Cove is a popular spot for locals, so you'll get a real taste of Laguna Beach culture. The beach is also relatively quiet, so you can relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.
- The waters at Woods Cove are typically calm, making it a great place for swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking. There are also some tide pools at the north end of the cove, which are home to a variety of marine life.
- There are a variety of activities to enjoy at Woods Cove, including swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, kayaking, tidepooling, and skimboarding. There's also a small playground for kids.
There are a few things that make Victoria Beach stand out from the other beaches in Laguna Beach:
- First, the sand is incredibly soft and white. It's the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun.
- Second, the water is crystal clear and calm, making it ideal for swimming, sunbathing, and skimboarding.
- Third, the views from the beach are simply stunning. You can see the Pacific Ocean stretching out to the horizon, and the cliffs behind the beach add to the dramatic scenery.
Here are some other things to see and do near Victoria Beach:
- Visit the Pirate Tower. This iconic structure is located at the north end of the beach, and it's a popular spot for photographers. Check the tide before you go as it is often only accessible during low tide.
- Weddings, proposals, family photos, and influencers can often be found here.
- Visit the natural pool just around the corner near the Pirate Tower.
- Visit the art galleries or shops in Laguna Beach. This city is known for its vibrant arts scene, and there's something for everyone.
- Have a picnic lunch at one of the beachside tables. There's nothing better than enjoying a delicious meal with the sound of the waves crashing in the background.
Victoria Beach is a hidden gem in Laguna Beach, and it's definitely worth a visit.
Balboa Island - Ruby Beach
One of the most distinctive features of Balboa Island is its quaint, old-world charm. Beautifully manicured gardens, charming beach cottages, and the iconic boardwalk create a lovely and nostalgic backdrop for your beach holiday. The island radiates a slow-paced, relaxed vibe that harkens back to simpler times, allowing you to escape the fast-paced bustle of everyday life.
- Balboa Island has a quaint feeling and old world charm with a friendly neighborhood vibe.
- The island has small beaches that surround the island depending on the tide. Ruby Beach is great for kids and families as it’s buoyed off for swimming.
- There are a variety of activities to enjoy including swimming, sunbathing, paddleboarding, and kayaking. Several shops on the island rent bikes and paddleboards. You can even find boat rentals on the island as well.
- There's also a small playground for kids on the island as well as the Balboa Island Ferry to take you across to the peninsula.
- The island is home to shops and restaurants that line Marine Avenue as well as a boutique grocery store Irvine Ranch Market oftentimes nice to pick-up to-go food and have a beach picnic.
All in all the beaches along the coastline from Newport Beach to Laguna Beach all offer something a little different and unique. We are lucky to call this stretch of the California Riviera home.
Here are some tips for visiting the beaches:
- Parking can be limited, so arrive early or be prepared to walk.
- Many beaches are best explored at low tide.
- Be aware of the tides and currents, and always swim with a buddy.
- Respect marine life and don't touch anything you find in the tide pools.
- Visit during the off-season to avoid the crowds.
- Bring a camera to capture the stunning views.
- Wear comfortable shoes, as the sand can be soft and uneven.
- Be respectful of the wildlife and the environment.