Beaches and Bays
Beaches and Bays
Surf's up! Grab your board and sunscreen and head to the most gorgeous beaches in Southern California. Whether you want to swim with leopard sharks or you prefer to just relax with your toes in the sand – there is a beach for everyone in sunny San Diego! The Town and Country San Diego is conveniently located for your seaside escape.
The Original Dog Beach in San Diego,
CA is one of the first official leash-free beaches in the United States.
This location is also known for its beach volleyball courts and
50 year old fishing pier. Take a break from the beach and walk down
Newport Avenue to visit unique shops and delicious eateries.
Established in 1887, Pacific Beach
has remained a local’s favorite for decades. Walk along the historic
Crystal Pier or enjoy an ice cream and bike ride on the boardwalk.
There is no shortage of fun, sand and gift shops at this seaside escape.
This location offers beach goers a
variety of fun activities for the whole family. Whether you choose to
take a ride on the wooden roller coaster, go miniature golfing, workout
at the beach gym, or just relax on the beach, there is something for
everyone at Mission Beach.
This seaside escape offers visitors
beautiful scenic views and ocean explorations. Take a kayaking tour
through the many caves, swim with harmless leopard sharks, or snorkel in
La Jolla Cove. If you’d rather stay on shore, visit the seals at La
Jolla Children’s Pool. Throughout the year you can find hundreds of
seals basking in the sun.
Coronado Beach is the socialite of
San Diego beaches as it provided the famous backdrop for Marilyn
Monroe’s 1959 film “Some Like It Hot”. Nestled into Coronado’s sand you
will find the Hotel Del Coronado built in 1888. You can admire the
hotel’s classic architecture while you take a dip in the ocean. If
there is a low tide you may even be lucky enough to walk on a shipwreck
from 1937. Discover more of San Diego’s treasures hidden on Coronado
Mission Bay is the place to go for
all your water sport rentals. Whether you choose to roar through the
waters on a jet ski or take it easy on a stand-up paddle board, the
possibilities are endless in Mission Bay. After the sun goes, stay for
beach bonfire at one of the bay’s many fire pits.