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o Sunset Cove Villas are idyllic
vacation rental homes for a dreamy
escape from everyday living at the
edge of the beautif...
o Sports fans and nature-loving visitors
will never run out of fun, accessible
activities for the whole family, with
acces...
o Catch a wave and the best Southern
California surfing vibe at famous Trestles
Beach in San Clemente, a short ride
down t...
o A pioneer in outdoor art fests, The Sawdust Festival is
housed in a permanent village setting amid fragrant
eucalyptus, ...
o The Pageant of the Masters – Where Art Comes to Life,
anchors the Laguna Beach Festival of Arts with nightly
shows durin...
o The Laguna Art Museum collection features works
created by California artists and depicting the state’s
history and life...
o Stroll the charming streets of small-town
Laguna Beach, today crammed with thriving
art galleries of every variety.
o Th...
o From your hideaway at Sunset Cove Villas,
venture out to one of the world-class
attractions, or shop the collection of
i...
Sunset Cove Villas overlook the sparkling Pacific Ocean, just steps away
from beautiful sandy beaches. Relax in the tranqu...
o Slide 5: Flickr User: Jeremy Carbaugh - https://www.flickr.com/photos/jcarbaugh/
o Slide 6: Flickr User: Daniel R. Blume...
Travelers Guide to Southern California Attractions
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Sunset Cove Villas are your home away from home, with beachside accommodations at the edge of the beautiful Pacific Ocean. Surrounded by nature’s artistry, you can also enjoy the best of the fine arts. Bike or walk to some of nature’s most artistic work, or discover the historic art colony and collections of California artists. Explore world-class outdoor venues like Diver’s Cove, golf at Monarch Links, or surfing at Trestles Beach. A short drive takes you to many of the most famous amusements and theme parks in the world, from Disneyland to Universal Studios.

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  1. 1. o Sunset Cove Villas are idyllic vacation rental homes for a dreamy escape from everyday living at the edge of the beautiful Pacific Ocean. o Surrounded by nature’s artistry, you can also enjoy the best of the fine arts. o Take a short walk to the soft sandy private beach, or visit neighboring beaches and parks to wander among walking trails, gardens, a marine refuge, and tide pools.
  2. 2. o Sports fans and nature-loving visitors will never run out of fun, accessible activities for the whole family, with access to volleyball, basketball and tennis nearby. o Stroll out your door to grab a bike and cruise the bicycle paths at your own speed. o Visit nearby Main Beach Park, Heisler Park, Crescent Bay or Aliso Beach, all minutes away within beautiful Laguna Beach, or board a whale-watching cruise in nearby Newport Beach.
  3. 3. o Catch a wave and the best Southern California surfing vibe at famous Trestles Beach in San Clemente, a short ride down the coast. o World-famous Diver’s Cove is one of several prime spots for local offshore diving in the coastal shelf environment. o Monarch Beach Golf Links lure avid golfers from all over for ocean-front golfing. Neighboring Dana Point and Newport Beach harbors welcome boaters.
  4. 4. o A pioneer in outdoor art fests, The Sawdust Festival is housed in a permanent village setting amid fragrant eucalyptus, terraced booths, and a waterfall. o Accomplished artists and dedicated amateurs alike participate, all residents of Laguna Beach. Children’s booths and hands-on art workshops inspire and educate. o Known as a wide-open art extravaganza, the nine- week annual festival inhabits Laguna Canyon, welcoming over 200,000 visitors every summer. o A broad array of fine arts features ceramics, painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, clothing, textiles, and more. The Sawdust Festival
  5. 5. o The Pageant of the Masters – Where Art Comes to Life, anchors the Laguna Beach Festival of Arts with nightly shows during the eight-week run. o The world-famous attraction features live models posing in “living pictures,” faithfully recreated masterworks of classical and contemporary art. o The detailed sets, costuming and poses are enhanced by live orchestral music and narration, all presented by hundreds of expert volunteers. o The Festival of Arts, home to the Pageant, is a juried show of original fine art, produced exclusively by local artists. Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters
  6. 6. o The Laguna Art Museum collection features works created by California artists and depicting the state’s history and life. o Over 3,500 works span the early nineteenth century to the present day period, including many outstanding representatives of the California impressionist or “plein air” movement. o Prominent artists are represented such as William Wendt, Billy Al Bengston, Ed Ruscha and many more.
  7. 7. o Stroll the charming streets of small-town Laguna Beach, today crammed with thriving art galleries of every variety. o The local colony lives artfully, as seen in the array of restaurants and cafes nestled among the galleries and shops. o Laguna Beach has preserved the small town feel of the artist colony founded by “plein air” painters who settled there in the early 1900s and founded the Laguna Beach Art Association, leading to the Festival of Arts and related art events.
  8. 8. o From your hideaway at Sunset Cove Villas, venture out to one of the world-class attractions, or shop the collection of irresistible shops and boutiques in nearby trendsetting malls. o Spend the day with the kids—or just become a kid again—at one of these ultimate escapes, a short drive from Laguna Beach: • Disneyland • Knotts Berry Farm • Universal Studios • Sea World • San Diego Zoo And Wild Animal Park • Del Mar Racetrack
  9. 9. Sunset Cove Villas overlook the sparkling Pacific Ocean, just steps away from beautiful sandy beaches. Relax in the tranquil setting and enjoy the limitless array of natural, cultural and recreational offerings. Visit the many tourist attractions located a short drive away. Walk or bike to a limitless choice of outdoor, natural and cultural diversions. Let the Sunset Cove Villas professional staff care for all your vacation rental needs. Sunset Cove Villas 683 Sleepy Hollow Lane Laguna Beach, CA 92651 http://www.sunsetcove.com Toll Free: 888.VILLAS1 (US) Telephone: 949.376.5396 (US) Facsimile: 949.494.8063 (US)
  10. 10. o Slide 5: Flickr User: Jeremy Carbaugh - https://www.flickr.com/photos/jcarbaugh/ o Slide 6: Flickr User: Daniel R. Blume - https://www.flickr.com/photos/drb62/ o Slide 8: Flickr User: Patrick Nouhailler- https://www.flickr.com/photos/patrick_nouhailler/ o Slide 9: Flickr User: Tammy Lo - https://www.flickr.com/photos/tammylo/ Flickr User: Lall - https://www.flickr.com/photos/50034763@N00/
  11. 11. Travelers Guide to Southern California Attractions Sunset Cove Villas are your home away from home, with beachside accommodations at the edge of the beautiful Pacific Ocean. Surrounded by nature’s artistry, you can also enjoy the best of the fine arts. Bike or walk to some of nature’s most artistic work, or discover the historic art colony and collections of California artists. Explore world-class outdoor venues like Diver’s Cove, golf at Monarch Links, or surfing at Trestles Beach. A short drive takes you to many of the most famous amusements and theme parks in the world, from Disneyland to Universal Studios.
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