Who has the better beaches, Laguna Beach or Hawaii?
Hawaii, particularly Honolulu and Diamond Head is well known for its incredible beaches and exotic nature. Anne Hogan Perry and Tracy Allen, two leading Hawaii real estate agents, put it this way: “If you want the nicest beaches, come to Hawaii, there’s nothing else like it. Most Laguna Beach realtors would probably disagree with that statement and argue that Laguna Beach offers nature and weather that is just as spectacular as that of Hawaii. Over the years Laguna Beach has developed a strong reputation for being a premiere beach-living destination.
Here’s the breakdown of this “Battle of the Beaches:”
Hawaii steals the show here. The Pacific Ocean at Laguna Beach is extremely cold and in the winter time can rarely be used for swimming and surfing. In contrast, Hawaii’s warmer water temperature and crystal clear water allows for an incredible bathing and beach experience.
Again, Hawaii takes this one. There are few and between places that offer the incredible exotic nature, wildlife, and hiking paths that Hawaii has to offer. Experience wild coast strips, palm trees, animal sights, and beautiful sunsets and sunrises in this spectacular living destination.
In this category, Laguna Beach might have a case for winning. Easy access to Los Angeles and San Diego mean residents are in close proximity to some of the world’s most elusive urban hubs while Hawaii can also point to a number of cities on its best-known islands Maui and Honolulu.
Both, Hawaii and Laguna Beach are spectacular, but Hawaii might be slightly better when it comes to its beaches due to it’s incredible nature and warmer temperatures.
Residents looking to purchase homes in either the Hawaii real estate market or in Laguna Beach are encouraged to contact us or our partner realtors for assistance with their real estate transaction.