If you are a potential home owner are looking into the Blue Lagoon high-end residential market, or even new to the Laguna Beach community, here is some additional information on the city and surrounding areas. The Blue Lagoon properties are found north of Dana Point close to the St. Regis Resort in Monarch Beach and the Ritz Carlton Hotel. In the Dana Point Harbor you can sign-up for a whale watching excursion, rent a jet-ski or even take a boat out to Catalina Island for the day. All of the Blue Lagoon homes for sale are served by the Laguna Beach Unified School District, and the only way in-and-out of the community if via Pacific Coast Highway-One. To the north of the Blue Lagoon real estate market you will find the seaside cities of Newport Coast and Newport Beach, and further north you will run into self-christened “Surf-City USA” Huntington Beach.
The city of Laguna Beach if famous for its eclectic and iconic art scene, but there are many other fun activities and things to do and see in the city. Laguna Beach offers impressive tide pool opportunities, with many of them found right off the main beach close to Seal Rock. Laguna Beach is home to more than 100 galleries, and you will find one-of-the kind boutique shops throughout the city. The Hortense Miller Gardens covers two and a half acres of the upper slopes of Boat Canyon, and you can visit the stunning outdoor sculpture garden at Dawson Cole Fine Art. All of the Blue Lagoon condos for sale are close the Laguna Beach Art Museum as well as the Treasure Island Park which is located on the grounds of the five-star Montage Laguna Beach, and the Blue Lagoon real estate market is in close proximity to the Laguna Beach Main Beach where you will find two half-court basketball courts and sand volleyball courts which are available to the public.
The closest airport to the Blue Lagoon properties is John Wayne International in Santa Ana, and you will find world-class shopping at Fashion Island/Newport Center. There is more than 20,000 acres of wilderness in Laguna Beach, and South Laguna is the only beach that provides fire pits within town. The Tower at Victoria Beach is a Laguna Beach landmark, and the Reggae Night at Sandpiper is a favorite with the locals. If you are in the area looking at Blue Lagoon properties and have some time to kill later on, visit Laguna’s oldest house which was built in 1883, it is located on Pearl Street, or if that doesn’t suit your style, take a peek at the Historic Lifeguard Tower, it is a piece of Laguna Beach history.