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Organize your next vacation to the stunning location of Laguna Niguel. You will be able to find this destination in the Orange County of California, United States of America. The city has a population of 62, 979 inhabitants making it the ideal destination if you want to visit a middle-sized city in California. Situated on the San Joaquin Hills, right by the southeastern corner of Orange County, the city is right by the Pacific Ocean and borders Laguna Beach and the Laguna Hills. Laguna Niguel history starts in 1959 when it was acquired by the Laguna Niguel Corporation.Vacation rentals in Laguna Niguel
There are plenty of rental properties to choose from during your stay in Laguna Niguel. Whether you want to be located near the bars and restaurants, closer to the beach or in the middle of nature, there are many places to choose from. Imagine waking up in the morning to the sound of the waves crashing against the shore right outside your window. Spend the afternoon swimming in your private pool or invite friends over for a delicious barbecue in your backyard. Watch the sunset with your partner from your balcony. These are some of the memories you could be making with an accommodation in Laguna Niguel.
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The area and getting around
There are a few ways you can make your trip to Laguna Niguel. If you choose to drive to Laguna Niguel, the closest main road will be the San Joaquin Hills Toll Road which can be found on Route 73 or the Interstate 5. These roads are also used by the regional buses which have routes to the city. If you choose to fly to your destination, the closest airport will be the Santa Ana Airport which provides commercial flights for domestic routes around the nation.Where to eat in Laguna Niguel
You will be able to find plenty of satisfying eateries during your stay in Laguna Niguel. One of the most loved places in the area is the Opah Restaurant and Bar. This eatery will provide an outdoor seating, a friendly staff and a fully stocked bar. With the finest fresh fish in the county, this restaurant has a menu filled with exquisite Californian-style dishes. Another great place to try during your stay is the China Moon. This affordable spot will provide you with spectacular and traditional Chinese dishes such as the Mu Shu pancakes and the pork dumplings.
Travelers and activities
You will be able to encounter plenty of outdoor adventures while visiting Laguna Niguel. Make your first stop in the Laguna Niguel Regional Park. This popular recreational area is filled with horseshoe pits, volleyball, and tennis courts, as well as hiking trails. Another fantastic place is the Pacific Marine Mammal Center. This rescue center will give you the chance to learn about and visit marine animals such as sea lions, elephant seals, Northern fur seals and more.Family friendly activities in Laguna Niguel
If you wish to make your trip to Laguna Niguel with your family, these activities will be fun to try out altogether. Your first stop should be at La Vida Laguna. Here you and your family will be able to enjoy the marvelous coastline by kayak with one of the many tours offered daily. On the other hand, you can take your family for a live entertainment show at The Laguna Playhouse. This mid-sized theater produces plays and musical with local artists for children.
Did you know that the name of Laguna Niguel comes from the Native American name for the village located near Aliso Creek?
Top 5 travel tips for Laguna Niguel
Learn about the local history. This bungalow was constructed back in 1923 and it will give you a glimpse of the life in Laguna Beach during the 1900s.2. Kush Fine Art Gallery
Go admire fine art in Southern California. This gallery is located in the Artist Colony of Laguna Beach and it displays plenty of artworks from the artist Vladimir Kush.3. Plumeria Cafe
Have a hearty breakfast. This café will provide you with the best breakfast and brunch in town. The laid-back café specializes in American and Hawaiian cuisine and the menu has dishes like pancakes and burgers.4. Hortense Miller Garden
Go on a fun hike. These gardens were established back in 1959 and they feature over 800 species of plants, including 150 native ones.5. Heisler Park
Spend the day at the beach. If you wish to find something relaxing to do, this beach is filled with picnic areas for a lunch outdoor, calm waters to swim in and a long strand of beach to sunbathe on.