San Diego Beaches

Enjoy the Sunny and Warm San Diego Beaches!

The San Diego coastline stretches 70 miles long of sandy beaches. Whether you’re vacationing with family, visiting friends, or on business, San Diego provides you with a variety of beaches to choose from.

  • Things to bring toTHE BEACH

  • Beach Towels
  • Sun Block
  • Plenty of Water
  • Sand Toys
  • Beach Chairs
  • Surf Board/Boogie Board

    Mission Beach

    Spend the day surfing, swimming, and boogie boarding in the water, then cruise or stroll along the boardwalk. Paddle board or jet-ski up and down Mission Bay and wave to onlookers. End the day at Belmont Park and feel like a kid again by taking a ride on the historic Giant Big Dipper Roller Coaster.

    Pacific Beach

    Surf in Tourmaline Surfing Park, have a family picnic in North Pacific Beach, or toss a line at Crystal Pier, there’s something for everyone in Pacific Beach. At night head down Garnet Ave. where bars, restaurants, and taco stands line the street. Make sure to get here early, as parking can be a challenge.

    Coronado Beach

    There are several routes to make your way to Coronado Island and each offer breathtaking views. Drive or bike up the 7 mile Silver Strand, cross the San Diego-Coronado Bridge, or take the Coronado Ferry. Bring your furry friend along and play catch at dog friendly North Beach. No matter how you choose to spend your time in Coronado, you’re guaranteed to have a relaxing time.

    La Jolla Beach

    Several beach spots line La Jolla Shores, from rough terrain to soft sand beaches, all of them are unique and offer an exciting experience. Admire sea life at the Children’s Pool where seals and sea lions bask on the shores. Snorkel, scuba, or take a kayak tour at La Jolla Cove and paddle into enormous sea caves. If you came for waves, make your way to Torrey Pines State Beach and hang loose.