Pearl Street Beach:
Beautiful rock formations and tidepools
You'll notice the natural beauty of Pearl Street Beach before you even get halfway down the stairs. Looking toward the South (left) you can easily see the rock arch and tidepools connecting to Woods Cove.
(Arch Rock at Pearl Street Beach)
As you walk the sand to the North (right) you’ll approach Agate Street Beach and some more great rock formations in the cliffs.
| If you continue past Agate, you'll soon arrive at Bluebird Street Beach where the Surf and Sand resort is located.
(Pearl Street Beach, Laguna Beach, California)
|When there’s a swell, you can find the waves breaking toward the right of the stairs about half-way down toward the Surf and Sand Hotel. These are great for body-surfing, boogie boarding, and sometimes even surfing!
(More cool rock formations)
(Caves in the cliff wall)
|This is a small sandy beach. At high tide, you may find the water reach all the way to the cliffs in some points, so don’t leave anything out on the sand if you’re going to be in the water for extended periods of time. Also, you won’t find any restrooms or showers at Pearl Street.
|An interesting note: if you like history- the oldest remaining house in Laguna sits just above this beach at 154 Pearl Street. Local historians claim that it was built in 1883 from the wood floated in from boats, wood from shipwrecks, and driftwood. It still looks pretty good to me!
Parking at Pearl Street Beach
There is limited free parking for Pearl Street Beach on Ocean Way. Additional metered parking on Coast Hwy.
Pearl Street Beach Location
Pearl Street Beach is located at the intersection of Pearl Street and Coast Highway (just South of Agate Street)
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