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San Diego's most desirable spot for swimming, diving and snorkeling. The water is calm and the cove is ecologically protected. There is also a world famous dive site that is located in the La Jolla ecological preserve.
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Just breathe taking from the view to watching the seals and sea lions sleeping on the cliffs. You can sit on a bench and just take in the day or walk along the cliffs to going for a swim. If you are in the area...More
We had a blue sky day and walked from La Jolla Shores Park south to La Jolla Cove. There are several nice viewing points to see the cove below and the sea life. We were walking but it did seem like parking would be a...More
A place well worth a visit! Beautiful cove with natural rock formation, just beautiful views. Along the coves there are groups of seals that you can watch for ages - a truly amazing location that I will certainly visit again
I have visited here many times and this time was exactly as I remembered. It’s a great walk along the cove, where you can see kayakers, seals, sea lions, pelicans and other shore birds. There is a park close by and lots of shops and...More
Can one say beautiful too often? People swim from here in the morning. Others watch the sea lions and more people fish . A good place for a stroll with a baby or someone elderly who can’t walk too far. Plenty of parking close by.
So the place itself wasn’t hard to find but the beach that the sea lions lay on....we stumbled upon by accident. I went there looking for them, took 10 min to find a place to park(do not go at sunset b/c that’s when everyone is...More
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Yes!! I recommend not only going to the Childrens pool but also the other side of the cove. The Sea Lions actually swim right by you. There is a water warning for bacteria due to the unusual warm temperatures of the water... More
Yes!! I recommend not only going to the Childrens pool but also the other side of the cove. The Sea Lions actually swim right by you. There is a water warning for bacteria due to the unusual warm temperatures of the water. Which the signs clearly state. When we went in July the average temp of the water was 78. Have a great time!!