Highlights : Coronado
: Mission Beach :
La Jolla : Del
Mar : Encinitas &
Leucadia : Carlsbad
When you think “San Diego,”
think “beaches” — warm, wide, sandy, clean, perfect
beaches! From Imperial
Beach near the Mexican border to Oceanside
in North County, you’re never far from the sea. San Diego’s
pleasant climate lures visitors outdoors and into the water. There’s
so much to do—swim, surf, snorkel, walk, jog, bicycle, skate...
you get the idea.
These are just a few of San Diego’s
great beaches. For lots more information, including directions and
insider tips, visit www.a-zsandiegobeaches.com.
Home to the famous Hotel Del Coronado, this is one of San Diego’s
best beaches. Coronado
lies across the bay from downtown and boasts the widest expanse
of sand anywhere in San Diego County — which means plenty
of room to sunbathe and play! The village area near the Hotel Del
Coronado features upscale shopping and gourmet eateries.
Beach / Mission Bay / Pacific Beach
This area is a favorite among locals and tourists alike because
of its miles of sandy beach and paved bike paths. Mission
Beach’s Belmont Park features the Big Dipper roller coaster,
plus a host of carnival rides and other activities.
“The Jewel of the Sea” is San Diego’s premier
coastal region, complete with a European-style village, upscale
shopping, and dining… all just steps from the ocean. Families
will enjoy snorkeling in La
Jolla Cove or exploring the tide
pools. Don’t forget your camera; La Jolla’s coastal
scenery rivals anything along the California coast.
Home to the world-famous Del Mar Racetrack and fairgrounds, this
village area along Coast Route 101 has beautiful beaches.
These beaches are some of San Diego County’s least crowded.
They also abound with shopping and dining opportunities along Coast
Home to LEGOLAND®
and world-famous flower fields, Carlsbad
offers vast stretches of uncrowded beach and a fun village area
with shops, restaurants, and a mile-long pathway for walking and
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