Victoria Beach

Victoria Beach

Victoria Street is, without a doubt, one of Laguna’s most famous beaches. It’s home to iconic sights and It’s also beloved by skim boarders. So much so that the most successful skim board company on earth, Victoria Skim Boards, borrowed the beach’s name.

But while Victoria Street has a degree of fame, it remains one of the city’s most well-kept secrets. If you make the trek, parking on PCH and following Victoria Drive until you reach the steps, you’re sure to be rewarded. Not just with adventure, but also a degree of seclusion. 

Parking is going to be a bear (most likely, you’ll have to park on PCH near the Montage Resort and walk down the highway a few hundred feet), but free trolley access is easy. If you’re there to skim, head south. If you want a little space on the sand to spread out, you’ll find it just about anywhere. That’s the joy of Victoria Beach and it’s well worth appreciating.


Anyone who hates being bored, because there’s a whole lot to do here


Dogs must be on a leash that is 6’ or shorter, at all times.

  • June 15 – September 10
    • Dogs allowed BEFORE 9am and AFTER 6pm
  • September 11 – June 14
    • Dogs allowed during regular beach hours


  • Free and Metered parking along Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) around Nyes Place signal
  • Free parking is in the surrounding neighborhood so please be mindful 
  • Metered parking along Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) near the Montage Resort


  • Open year-round, 6am-10pm

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