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Laguna Beach

Laguna Beach

First populated by artists of every ilk, the Laguna Beach community grew up in the 1930s and 40s as an exclusive art colony and retreat  for Hollywood celebrities and quiet millionaires alike. It offers stunning coastline, a mild year-round climate, and plenty to see and do for tourists and residents alike. Today, Laguna Beach might be more sophisticated with her offering of world-class art galleries, art festivals, museums, world-class dining, expansive beaches and turquoise waters, but her real charm lies in her ability to be both eclectic and eccentric. There are no “suburbs” in Laguna Beach. No house looks like its neighbor, and, in fact, sleek mansions happily abide next … Read more »

South Laguna Beach

South Laguna Beach

The community of South Laguna Beach begins just three miles south of downtown Laguna Beach, and is known for being the more relaxed side of Laguna Beach. It was annexed to the city of Laguna Beach in 1987, and only after many discussions and agreements on keeping the existing community “feel” in place. South Laguna Beach enjoys gorgeous, wide-open beaches, a beautiful rugged coastline and a quieter hub of retail and restaurants. The small, 4-lane Pacific Coast Highway separates South Laguna Beach with larger homes terraced down to the beaches or enjoying significant ocean views. Across PCH, the “original” South Laguna Beach totes large homes as well, but also enjoys a village of smaller, cottage … Read more »

Monarch Beach

Monarch Beach

  Monarch Beach is a small neighborhood in Orange County, California located within the City of Dana Point. Its distinction is two luxury hotels St. Regis and the Ritz Carlton-Laguna Niguel (both located within Dana Point) which are beachside resorts located within the area of Monarch Beach. Monarch Beach is close to the city-boundary between Dana Point and Laguna Niguel. It consists of some residences, but is also a tourist attraction for travelers. The name “Monarch Beach” is often incorrectly referenced as the name of the city. Monarch Beach is named after its most prominent geological feature “Monarch Bay” aptly named as its rolling hills of Sagebrush and Manzanita were … Read more »

Dana Point

Dana Point

Dana Point is a small city between Laguna Beach and Capistrano Beach; it possesses the only marine harbor between Oceanside and Newport Beach. The Dana Point community actually wraps the coastline, and many of its residents enjoy some perspective view of the Pacific Ocean. At its farthest north point (closest to Laguna Beach), Dana Point’s “Monarch Beach” offers affluent living, from large beachside mansions to beautifully manicured gated communities and sprawling ranch-style homes on its hills. As Dana Point moves south/southwest beyond its Ritz Carlton and St. Regis Hotels communities, it offers a number of “Lantern” streets with homes situated on sloping streets that run perpendicular to Dana Point’s beautiful … Read more »

Laguna Niguel

Laguna Niguel

Laguna Niguel is an affluent master planned community located in the coastal San Joaquin Hills of southern Orange County, California. The city cuts a long, vertical swathe in South Orange County, as it lies between renowned Laguna Beach and the marina city of Dana Point. At its farthest west point, Laguna Niguel boasts many multi-dollar beachfront homes that line the same beaches that the Ritz Carlton looks down upon. Travel almost straight inland and you will find one luxurious community after another as Laguna Niguel stretches to the San Juan Capistrano ridge, Trabuco Creek. The name Laguna Niguel is derived from the words “Laguna” (Spanish for “lagoon”,) and “Nigueli” (the … Read more »

San Juan Capistrano

San Juan Capistrano

San Juan Capistrano was initially a small village created around the famous Mission San Juan Capistrano. Now 200 years old, the Mission still plays “host” to thousands of swallows that annually migrate to the mission on or around March 19th, St. Joseph’s Day. As the Great Stone Church within the Mission welcomes the swallows, the town’s residents do their own brand of welcoming with a massive fiesta, parades, live music and food that harkens back to the town’s humble beginnings. This annual “Swallows Day” is a rich cornucopia of sights and sounds, with motorcycles pulling into parking slots next to horses tied to the hitching post outside the town’s oldest … Read more »

San Clemente

San Clemente

To locals in the South Orange County area, San Clemente is known for its rather diverse populations. San Clemente is split by the 5 Freeway, and sits just south of Dana Point. While it is actually a San Diego county, it is considered by most to be the last town in the vast L.A. coastline. Were you to drive further south from San Clemente, you would quickly find yourself driving for many miles in unpopulated terrain and beautiful ocean viewpoints prior to arriving in Oceanside, the gateway for Camp Pendleton and the southern San Diego-based towns. San Clemente established its original foundation on the west side (or ocean side) of … Read more »

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