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San Diego Attractions

La Jolla Shores
La Jolla Shores in San Diego attracts divers, snorkelers and kayakers because of its offshore underwater parks and gentle waves.
Black's Beach La Jolla
Black's Beach in San Diego is popular for its strong waters for surfers and its clothing optional section in the state park run area.
La Jolla Cove
La Jolla Cove is a part of the La Jolla Underwater Park, ideal for kayaking, swimming and snorkeling, this area is full of marine mammals like seals and sea lions as well as b
Windansea Beach
Windansea Beach in San Diego is a prime surfing location with strong powerful waves, which was once the surf spot for famous San Diego surfers.
Children's Pool in La Jolla
The Children's Pool in La Jolla is currently the subject of an on-going debate over whether it should be preserved for children or for local seals.
Leucadia State Beach
Leucadia State Beach, also known as Beacon's, attracts Leucadia and north county locals as well as visitors looking for a laid back alternative to the big San Diego beach
Cardiff State Beach
Cardiff State Beach is a laid-back beach with a couple great surf breaks, tide-pools, restrooms and picnic benches.
Solana Beach
Solana Beach is home to beautiful Fletcher Cove beach, the famous music venue The Belly Up Tavern and neighbors the Del Mar Racetrack in north county San Diego.
Pacific Beach
Pacific Beach in San Diego has an oceanfront boardwalk lined with shops and restaurants, perfect for jogging, skateboarding or bike riding along the coast.
Oceanside Beaches
Oceanside Beaches are ideal for locals and visitors looking to enjoy large white sand beaches, good surf spots and the beautiful Oceanside Pier.
Ocean Beach
Ocean Beach is a low key beach town with locally owned businesses, bars and restaurants as well as public beach access.
Mission Beach
Mission Beach San Diego offers swimmer and surfer zones in the water, water sport rentals, Belmont Park and Wave House.
Mission Bay
San Diego Mission Bay is a 4,235 acre aquatic park open to the public for swimming, surfing, picnicking and more.
Imperial Beach
Imperial Beach in San Diego is often known as the "Most Southwesterly City in the U.S." with the southern most pier in California.
Encinitas Beaches
Encinitas beaches have designated fire pits for evening bonfires, volleyball, lifeguards, bathrooms and parking for a fun full day beach adventure.