There is a "Harbour Village" on the shore of San Diego Bay. It is a tourist attraction consisting of various buildings. It is a leisure stroll place that tourists and local people like. Each unique building and tropical plants together constitute a beautiful picture scroll, eye-catching. There are restaurants, bars, cafes and small shops selling souvenirs. It's very pleasant to have a glass of cold beer here.
San Diego Harbour Village (SEAPORT VILLAGE) is a seaside attraction that can never be missed. It has excellent natural scenery and humanistic characteristics. It will be fun to relax, take photos, shop and eat. There are many artists beside the seashore, besides the portraits, taking pictures with parrots, rocking artists, singing, very lively. Take an amphibious duck cart, rent a bicycle and ride around the harbour village. Especially in the evening, sitting at the bar and coffee shop by the sea, watching the sunset and all kinds of people, is a kind of enjoyment. Flying kites at the seaside can compete with the local people. Take drinks and food, have a picnic on the lawn, and have time to stay there for a day.
Seaport Village,,,849 West Harbor Drive,,San Seaport Village,,849 West Harbor Drive,,San Diego,,California..92101...The village is a laid back culture,,Performers,,tatoo artists ,parrot keepers, and magicians mark the boardwalk,,captivate the tourists.The locals just jog by in the beautiful sunny afternoon while Live JAZZ band play music and entertain guess in the Center Plaza..........................................Horse-drawn carriages takes a tour throught the village if you choose..............
Seaport Village gets a bad rap for being a "tourist trap" which is sad. It has so many great specialty shops, a great view of the bay and is just a nice place to spend an afternoon on the Embarcadero. Some of the shops that my family has loved and visited for years are the hammock shop, the kite shop, the year-round Christmas ornament shop, the fair trade accessories shop, the iconic Upstart Crow bookstore and cafe and many others. Highly recommend as a great place for a picnic on the bay, a wander around the shops and just a delightful San Diego afternoon.
When you are new in town or been here for a long time, Seaport Village is the place to go. Walk along the board walk for a beautiful sunset and stop for drinks. Eat Ice Cream at Ben & Jerry's. Buy flavored olive oil or just sit at the park. Walking distance to the Midway Museum, Petco Park and the San Diego Convention Center. Perfect during ComicCon. The stairs are great for beast mode athletes and the board walk has been the location of the Fit Foodie Race. There is no limit to Seaport Village!
The Seaport Village is one place you CAN'T miss in your travels to San Diego. The Seaport Village, is a four miles of meandering cobblestone pathways bordered by ponds, fountains, magical and colorful, lush landscaping. Quarter mile boardwalk along the San Diego Bay. Super romantic in night.This amazing place also offers, among other things Seal Tours and even Whale siting boat tours (it's much easier to see the seals, of course) .