Laguna Beach is a small seaside resort city and artist community, located in southern Orange County, California. Laguna Beach is located almost 19 miles southwest of the county seat of Santa Ana. Laguna Beach is the oldest city in Orange County. Settlers began arriving after the American Civil War and found scarce amount of lands. Nowadays, the resort is the ideal destination for a short holiday or a weekend getaway. What better way to relax than to drink a cocktail on the beach and enjoy the sun?
Capt. Dave's Dolphin and Whale Safari. Hop on one of the catamarans and get closer to see the dolphins and whales, as well as the sea lions and other beautiful sea creatures. Dolphin and whale safari can be one of the most peaceful and exciting adventures of your lifetime. The captain will provide you with information on the life of whales and dolphins. Enjoy a once in a lifetime experience.
Laguna Beach Playhouse was launched on October 22, 1920, by dedicated artists to serve Laguna Beach and the region. The purpose of the theater was for play readings and performances to take place. Even now, the theater provides enriching theater, while enhancing the reputation of the community as one of the most appealing tourist destinations and artistic communities. Here, you can see classic, modern, and contemporary plays, suitable for all tastes and ages.
Pacific Marine Mammal Center is a non profit organization that deals with the rescue and rehabilitation of marine mammals stranded along the Orange County Coastline. The center focuses on saving the water mammals that are ill and in need of intervention. Tourists can take a tour of the center and see the wonderful animals that play in the water. Children are even allowed to pet and feed the little seals or the sea lions that are not yet released into the wild. It is a great opportunity to learn more about the underwater ecosystem and their inhabitants.