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Laguna Beach Sister Cities is a unique initiative focused on building relationships with cities from around the world as a collaborative exchange of cultural and artistic ideas.
The Laguna Beach Sister Cities Association (LBSCA) was established in 2008, with the primary goal to establish and maintain long-term relationships between the City of Laguna Beach and our sister cities, Menton, France; San José del Cabo, Mexico; and St. Ives, England. These partnerships encourage a collaborative exchange of cultural, educational, and business activities. LBSCA is a member of Sister Cities International, an organization providing leadership and guidance in the establishment and operation of sister city organizations worldwide.
The Laguna Beach Sister Cities Association (LBSCA) Inc. is a broad-based, Laguna Beach City Council approved, all volunteer, non-profit organization.
Located in the Côte d'Azur resort on the French Rivera, nicknamed la perle de la France ("The Pearl of France") with both beach and hilltop homes and ringed by protective mountains. The city encompases 5.4 square miles and has a current population of 25,500 people. Menton experiences nearly 315 days a year of sunshine, with an average summer temperature of 77 degrees and a winter temperature of 60 degrees. It's filled with many sites of interest and year round cultural festivals. Just some of them are the Fete du Citron, Menton Music Festival and the Jardin Maria Serena.
Menton has roughly 35 hotels and resorts to stay and enjoy the many great sites around the town. Menton was established as our sister city in 2008.
Established as our sister city in 2012. San José del Cabo is a resort city on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula. It’s known for its sandy beaches and colonial buildings. The San José missionary church, rebuilt in 1940, faces Plaza Mijares in the heart of the historic district. Nearby art galleries exhibit work by local artists.
Established as our sister city in 2014.