Laguna Beach beaches map
Laguna Beach map offer
localized neighborhood maps for beaches that include Wood's
Cove, Cleo Street Beach, St. Anns Beach, Mountain Road Beach and
Cress Street Beach, to name a few. Our custom maps help you
chart your path inside the neighborhoods you're heading to.
Laguna Beach is ideal for a
scenic drive. As a matter of fact, a street in South Laguna is
called Scenic Drive. Whether traveling along the Coast
Highway in your car or taking the
free public shuttle
around the town, Laguna Beach makes it easy to get around.
While several blocks along
the coast line stretching out from Pacific Coast Highway
maintain the map grid structure, the mountains and ocean break
that formation. When driving in Laguna Beach, you'll often have
to veer from small streets fronting the cliffs along the beach,
returning to Coast Highway to access the next beach. The
layout of beaches and coastal cliffs help explain not only the
roads and driving situation, but also why there are over 20
beaches, broken up by land formations. The primary roads coming
in and out of the city are Highway 1 (Pacific Coast Highway), a
coastal route between L.A. and San Diego; and Highway 133, a
road that passes through Laguna Canyon, connecting with San
Diego Freeway (405) miles away.
Transit Association (OCTA) buses travel between Laguna Beach and
other Orange County cities and bicyclists also journey to this
beach along Coast Highway. Bicycling is a dangerous proposition,
however, and the bus system can be rather slow.
Once in Laguna
Beach, a free public bus system sponsored by the City of Laguna
Beach connects visitors with the shops along Coast Highway that
would require walking several miles distance. During
the summer months additional trolley buses are added to
transport guests to the art venues in Laguna Canyon.
Laguna Beach videos
add another dimension to your vacation planning to the gemstones
of the Southern California coast, the beaches of Laguna Beach.