Victoria Beach: Neighborhood Spotlight
Victoria Beach is located south of Laguna’s Main Beach and is known for its white sandy beach, beautiful blue-green watersand unique residences (old and new). But the main attraction is the tower that stands tall at the north end of the beach. The 16th century looking Victorian turret or lighthouse type structure, built as a spiral staircase access to the beach from the towering residence above, was built in 1926. The castle tower is a must see for tourists and photographers.
Victoria Beach is one of Laguna’s most private beaches mainly because it is not easy to find and provides VERY limited parking. Even many residents are not familiar with and may not have even been to this wonderful beach.
Volleyball courts grace the north and south ends of the beach. Other popular activities are skimboarding, body surfing and fishing.
If you are serious about visiting Victoria Beach, I suggest that you do it early in the morning or later in the day. Parking is a premium and finding it can be a task. Once you are in the vicinity, start to look for parking on PCH, then along Victoria Drive or one of the side streets. Please remember you are in a private residential area and be careful not to park in or block someone’s driveway. You WILL get a ticket or TOWED. Don’t even think about looking for a place on Dumond Drive. Not going to happen.
~ If you're looking for a home at the beach you might want to take a look at this neighborhood!
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