Gay Travel Laguna Beach
Just one hour south of Los Angeles lies fabulous, gay Laguna Beach, a quaint, artistic village nestled in the heart of Orange County. This seaside village is filled with sun-soaked beaches and hidden coves, perfect for any activity. Majestic canyons welcome you to miles of spectacular ocean views, chic restaurants, unique shops, and a variety of one-of-a-kind art galleries. California’s oldest art enclave features world-renowned artists as well up and coming stars.
Check into your own special hideaway from 5-star spa resorts to charming bed & breakfasts that dot the coastline. Fall asleep to the sound of the surf. Enjoy the acclaimed Laguna Playhouse, Laguna Art Museum and world-famous festivals throughout the year. Dance on the waves, golf in the canyon, kayak among the dolphins, and delight in all that gay Laguna Beach has to offer. It’s simple, spectacular, and a true diamond in the rough for any gay traveler. Laguna Beach values its LGBT travelers.
Located a stone's throw away from Laguna Beach, Laguna Niguel is in the San Joaquin Hills in the southeastern corner of Orange County and on the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy your day on the beach or indulging at a fabulous resort!
San Juan Capistrano
Enjoy the historic charm in the birthplace of Orange County. If you need a day away from the beach, this is your spot. From the native Juaneño (Acagchemem) Indians, Spanish Mission, cattle ranchlands and railway station, the history is rich with stories of the unique and visionary people that shaped the special town you can enjoy today.
Located about 10 minutes from Laguna Niguel, Aliso Viejo is a city of roughly 40 thousand residents in Orange County. This is a great location if you’re looking for some rest and relaxation. From playing golf, to hiking Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, there’s no shortage of things to do.
From Italian and Mexican, to Japanese and Thai, there are also a lot of great dining options in town. Opah is considered one of the best seafood restaurants in the area and a must-try for anyone passing through.
There is no defined gay scene in Aliso Viejo, but there are a number of gay-friendly restaurants and hotels, including Renaissance ClubSport Aliso Viejo.
The Gay Scene in Laguna Beach
Though the draw of Laguna Beach’s nightlife has calmed in the years since the closing of The Boom Boom Room, this beautiful seaside town still offers plenty of draw for the LGBT community.
Nightlife in Laguna Beach
Laguna Beach has a few gay bars and clubs that make the gay nightlife an exciting adventure.