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Prices for a stay in Laguna Niguel begin at $49 per night.
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You can find 87 available vacation rentals in Laguna Niguel.
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About Laguna Niguel
Visit the picture-perfect Laguna Niguel, a classic suburb in Orange County. Between the year-round sunshine and acres of nature preserves and water, you’ll never want to leave! Close to the beach, Laguna Niguel and its outdoor activities will be an idyllic stay for you and your family.
Things to do in Laguna Niguel
Laguna Niguel will keep you out and about, so don’t forget the sunscreen! The Laguna Niguel Regional Park has a lake that covers 44 acres, and is stocked with trout and bass for fishing. Day permits must be bought for fishing, while boat and fishing gear are available to rent. The Regional Park is an oasis in the suburbs. The Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park covers 4,500 acres of wilderness with streams and trails. This wildlife sanctuary is open from 7am until sunset. The Niguel Botanical Preserve has thousands of species of plants over miles and miles of trails, including a labyrinth and an amphitheater. If retail therapy is more your thing, the Plaza De La Paz shopping centre and the Laguna Niguel Farmers Market are right next to each other! The Farmers Market is open every Sunday from 9am-1pm. Don’t forget, the beach at Dana Point is just a ten minute drive outside of Laguna Niguel!
Day trips from Laguna Niguel
Laguna Niguel, as a suburb in California, is near some must-see beaches and cities. The drive to Laguna Beach is under a half hour, and you can spend the day here! Laguna Beach thankfully doesn’t always have the drama of the MTV teen show, as the beaches are beautiful and relaxing. The clifftop setting has snorkelling, hiking, art, and cute streets where you can do some shopping. Heisler Park is the best beach in Laguna with clear water, and the Crystal Cove State Park has hiking trails as well as a cove and beach! Next stop, take a trip to the fabulous LA, just over an hour away from Laguna Niguel. Rock n Roll meets the beach at Venice boardwalk, a classic LA stop. Music and the off-beat can be found in Venice. Stop off in Downtown LA to see the hustle, bustle, and do some shopping! Santa Monica is an hour and a half drive from Laguna Niguel. The vibrant and iconic pier is adorned with a ferris wheel. The Santa Monica beach below is beautiful, and one of California’s finest!
Laguna Niguel accommodations
Tripping has hundreds of gorgeous classic California beach houses to complete your trip. Bear Brand Ranch, Ocean Ranch, Laguna Crest, and Monarch Point are just a few of the homey and upscale neighborhoods that could be yours for a time. Make your arrangements with Tripping, and enjoy your stay!
Transportation in Laguna Niguel
As is common in California, with little public transportation, most residents of Laguna Niguel rely on their cars. Rent a car at the Los Angeles Airport to simplify your trip! Walks on the beach are also a California necessity, so don’t miss out. Lastly, bike trails can be found all over the nature reserves in Laguna Niguel.
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