Smart and Classy, Resplendent and Eye-catching Talega Ocean View Properties

Posted by BanCorp Properties on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015 at 12:06pm.


The Talega properties are south of the city of San Juan Capistrano which is home to the historic Mission San Juan Capistrano. Here you will also find the Zoomars Petting Zoo which is a great place for kids, Ronald W. Casper’s Wilderness Park, where you will find hiking, biking and mountain biking riding trails, San Juan Hills Golf Course, O’Neill Museum, Blenheim Equisports, The Ecology Center, The Coach House, Ortega Equestrian Center, and Mountain View Church. The Talega homes for sale are found adjacent to Dana Point where you will find Salt Creek Beach which is a gorgeous stretch of beach, the Catalina Express which is a great way to get to the Island, The Dana Point Nature Interpretative Center, Baby Beach which is a perfect place to launch a paddle board and Bluff Top Trail which is a historical hike with a view. Since the Talega real estate market is close to Dana Point you will also find Pines Park which is a great beach above Doheny Beach, The Pilgrim, The Ocean Institute, Dolphin and Whale Watching at Captain Dave’s Safari, Eco-Adventure Center at the Ritz-Carlton in Laguna Niguel, Sea Canyon Park, Boat Rentals Charters and Expeditions, Surfing Windsurfing and Kite Surfing, Gear Rentals, Bars and Clubs, Fishing Charters and tours, water skiing and jet skiing, kayaking and canoeing. Start (and end) your search for Talega real estate at Southern California’s favorite place to search for Talega properties – We make the search for Talega homes for sale easier and faster™ (and smarter) than ever before.

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The Talega residential market is approximately 40 minutes away from the eclectic city of Laguna Beach and its iconic arts scene and annual Pageant of the Masters and Sawdust Arts Festival. If you are going to leave the Talega real estate market for the afternoon and visit Laguna Beach you can take a hike through Heisler Park, take a self-guided public art tour or ride a local bus or summer trolley and explore the town. You can take a monthly art walk, explore the tide pools, do wine tasting in the canyon, and of course enjoy whale-watching year round on the many cruises. Explore California’s oldest museum – the Laguna Art Museum, or skimboard in one of Laguna’s coves. After looking at the Talega properties look at one-of-kind shops and galleries and visit artist open studios and visit Treasure Island Park. Walk the streets on a Historic Bungalow tour or visit Hortense Miller Garden. Take a look at the famous Whaling Wall, enjoy live music in one the unique restaurants, tour the sculpture Garden, export the “Museum of the First People”. Visit one of the smallest churches in the world or play volleyball and basketball at Main Beach.

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