The Secluded Victoria Beach
We love discovering hidden beaches, but locating them before the masses of visitors do can be challenging.
For most tourists arriving in Laguna Beach is the logical destination is the center of town. But don’t be fooled by the main beach there are hidden beaches that provide even greater beauty.
Shhh … I’m going to give you the inside scoop on a hidden beach, pictured above, so you can enjoy some peace and quiet during your next visit to Laguna Beach.
And while that’s not to say you’ll have this beach all to yourself, you can be rest assured you’ll be among mostly locals – and a handful of travelers who’ve read this post and put this gem on their beach-hopping plan.
What makes Victoria Beach one of Laguna’s most private public beaches? Many people have trouble locating it and it offers VERY limited parking. It was a bit of a walk but we located the beach access path rather easily. The entrance to this beach is at the cross streets of Sunset Terrace and Victoria Drive. It’s a little hard to spot because it’s in between homes.
Before you make the effort check out the tide report to make sure it’s safe. Avoid this beach and the tower during high tide or when there are large waves. Because as you can see from the photos above we were pretty close to the water and a bit trapped between the cliff and the ocean.
If you go to Victoria Beach, make sure to explore the white sandy beach, swim in the beautiful blue-green waters, and check out the Victoria Tower.
To find Victoria Beach Google: Victoria Dr, Laguna Beach, Orange, California 92651