Just below the hotel, you'll find an elevated walkway for viewing sea lions and ocean vistas from the sandstone cliffs. La Jolla Cove is a natural haven known for snorkeling, swimming, and scuba diving.
Visit this small sandy beach featuring a concrete breakwater built in 1931 designed to protect kids from waves coming onshore.
This secluded, breathtaking beach attracts locals and visitors, especially experienced surfers. The historic and often photographed surf shack on the beach makes a popular backdrop for wedding photos and richly colored sunset shots. Located at the end of Nautilus Street, with a small parking lot as well as street parking.
Perched on the cliffs above Black's Beach, get an adrenaline rush at San Diego's premiere hang gliding, paragliding and flight school destination, all while enjoying stellar views & outdoor dining.
Take a safari ride through the African jungle or go on a walkabout in Asian Savanna. Discover rare animals in their natural habitats without ever leaving Southern California.
Filled with lush gardens, walking paths, play areas, 17 museums, and a safari park and zoo, this two-mile long urban cultural destination is San Diego's outdoor playground.