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Seaport Village

Seaport Village

4.4/5128 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Hiking
Seashore
10:00-21:00 (Local time)
 Seaport Village is a substantial town inside San Diego. While there, you can discover a wide range of shops and fantastic eateries to visit. Usually for a considerable measure of vacationers to be there at any given time since it is an absolute necessity see stop. While in the Village, you will get a feeling of Sand Diego's laid back culture. While strolling through the town, you can appreciate the execution of one of the a wide range of road entertainers engaging every day. You can likewise appreciate a show in the central plaza or take a ride through the city on a pony drawn carriage.
La Jolla Shores

La Jolla Shores

4.7/5161 Reviews
Beach
May - August 9:00-21:00, September - May 9:00-20:00 (Local time)
La Jolla Beach is located in the northern part of San Diego, in southern California. The sun, the blue sky, the sea, and the palm trees make people realize that this is the charm of California. Sea lion seals often appear here. They are embarrassed, lazy and comfortable lying on the beach, attracting tourists to stop taking pictures at close range. It is also a paradise for birds. On the coastal rocks, a large number of seagulls and seabirds inhabit it.
La Jolla Cove

La Jolla Cove

4.7/5160 Reviews
Seashore
Open all day (Local time)
Port of San Diego

Port of San Diego

4.6/5230 Reviews
Port/Bay
Open all day (Local time)
The Port of San Diego is located at the southern end of the city of San Diego. It has a deep water port and is a military port of the US Navy Pacific Fleet. It is also a world-famous military port. This is where aircraft carriers and nuclear submarines are often seen and parked. Here you can look at the 100,000-ton nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, the "Nimitz" and the "Reagan" nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. The retired "Midway Island" aircraft carrier is also anchored here, and has been opened as an aircraft carrier museum for people to visit.
Ocean Beach

Ocean Beach

4.4/544 Reviews
Beach
San Diego's Ocean Beach is certainly one of the most fun beaches in San Diego. It has a number of great shops, restaurants and cafes along nearby Newport Avenue. It's as much a hip destination as it is a place for swimming, surfing and catching some sun. Nearby youth hostels and the activity centers attract younger crowds, as do prospects of delicious fish tacos, some of the freshest and cheapest you can find.
Dog Beach (Ocean Beach)

Dog Beach (Ocean Beach)

4.6/57 Reviews
Beach
Mount Soledad & Korean War Veterans Memorial

Mount Soledad & Korean War Veterans Memorial

4.7/529 Reviews
Mountain
Mount Soledad is a great mountaintop landmark for those looking to see memorable views of the entire San Diego area and also houses the beautiful Korean War Veterans Memorial. Located in La Jolla, California, Mount Soledad has some of the most majestic panoramic views in the area. It is a great place to take in the entire region and you can see the amazing sights of La Jolla, San Diego, Coronado Island, and the Pacific Ocean. On a clear day, you can also see the San Gabriel mountains and even Mexico in the distance.
Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

4.6/574 Reviews
Nature Reserve
Sunday - Saturday 9:00 am - 5:30 pm (Local time)
One of just two places on the California drift where these twisted, once almost terminated examples develop, guests will see in excess of 3000 Torrey Pines in this untamed 2000-section of land save. You will likewise observe precipices, plateaus, gullies, shorelines and wetlands. Find eight trails extending from a 20-minute stroll to a two-hour climb. Trail maps are accessible at the Visitor's Lodge, where you will likewise locate a humble regular history gallery (finish with trinket shop). In spite of the shade, it can be sweltering in the mid year - bring your own water. See site for maps, online assets and the sky is the limit from there. Open every day from 8 a.m.
Coronado

Coronado

4.6/5112 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Open all day (Local time)
Coronado Island is located in downtown San Diego and is connected by a Coronado steel bridge. The temperament and crown of Coronado Island seem to be similar and magnificent. It is one of the resorts in the Pacific Ocean with unrivaled sea views and soft sandy beaches. The seabirds who are not afraid of being born pass by you, lying in the shade of a palm tree, can listen to the rising tide of the sea to beat the shore.
Black's Beach

Black's Beach

4.5/516 Reviews
Beach
Black Beach,a secluded section of beach that is jointly owned by the state of California and the city of San Diego is a sandy beach which is two miles long and sits at the base of magnificient 300-foot cliffs. This is also known as nude beach where visitors can relax and rewind. Visitors can also practice hang-gliding and can make their remote-controlled glider soar to new heights from the glider port that is overlooking the cliffs. During clear sunny weather, the visitors are allowed to hike the trails, but care must be taken to avoid high tides and rock slides. Visitors can also enjoy tossing the Frisbee and have a glimpse of a beautiful sunset which they can photo shoot. The visit to the Black Beach would be memorable for the visitors.