San Diego Beaches

San Diego Beaches

Coronado San Diego No trip to San Diego is complete without spending time soaking in the sun and playing in the surf at one of the local beaches in San Diego. With 70 miles of coastline and mild weather year-round, much of San Diego’s activity revolves around the sandy shore. There are a number of San Diego beaches where you can explore the waters of the Pacific Ocean, and they each offer a range of activities for a full day of fun and relaxation. If you need help deciding where to go, the following list represents some of the best stretches of sand in the city.

Coronado Beach

Coronado Beach is made up of four beach areas that include Coronado City Beach, Centennial Park, Glorietta Bay Park, and Tidelands Park. The flat landscape that measures about 1.5 miles is not only ideal for sunbathing, but also for flying kites and skim boarding. The gentle waves are great for those who want to learn how to surf or boogie board, or you can take advantage of the built-in fire pits.

Ocean Beach

Located at the end of the San Diego River, Ocean Beach is famously known for welcoming dogs leash-free. Beach volleyball games are often going on, and nearby there are several shops, restaurants, and fishing spots. The Ocean Beach Pier is also one of the most recognized landmarks in the city.

La Jolla Shores

The one-mile expanse of sand that makes up La Jolla Shores is a great spot for families to settle in. The waves are fairly calm, which is perfect for young swimmers, stand up paddleboarders, and beginner’s looking to participate in the scuba classes that are offered here. Kellogg Park sits alongside the San Diego beach, with a large grassy area where you can picnic or kick around a soccer ball.

Mission Beach

For two miles, the pristine, white sands of Mission Beach stretch out next to the ocean. This beach typically draws in large crowds to fill the adjacent boardwalk, where people are permitted to cycle, walk, and skate. The main feature is the giant roller coaster, which is the second oldest wooden coaster in the country.

Pacific Beach

Where Mission Beach ends, Pacific Beach begins. It generally attracts a younger crowd, as it’s near a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars. There are lifeguards patrolling the beach through every season, and there are separate areas for swimmers and surfers. It’s one of the best places to take a leisurely bike ride, rollerblade, or go for a long stroll.

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