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This location gives a fantastic scenic overview of San Diego on one side and the ocean on the other.On a clear day the mountains of San Bernardino to the hills of Mexico can be seen including several offshore islands.Coronado island and the navy base are...More
By Cabrillo National Monument, a definitely important part of San Diego's history, the Point Loma Lighthouse, where Cabrillo crashed his ship in the 16th Century is so peaceful and breathtaking. Spend your morning here before the museum and park open up fully to take in...More
Beyond the shopping center sprawl around Midway, you can find a residential Point Loma that is rich with cafés, a working harbor, and amazing vistas. I especially enjoy walking along the bay from Kellogg Beach to Shelter Island and return. Along the way you can...More
Unfortunately the day we visited the weather wasn't the greatest but even so the view was awesome. It was a dreary day with light rain in the air. It wasn't crowded at all as some people said but it was the middle of the week...More
Don't be put off, follow the signs to the park through the navel base and past an enormous grave yard called Fort Rosecrans. There is parking, toilets, and a visitor centre. From there it is a gentle walk up hill to the old light house...More
I recently took a drive down part of the coast while visiting San Diego. I started at Dog Beach in Ocean Beach which appeared to be a little piece of heaven for dogs and their owners alike, drove down through the beautiful Sunset Cliffs, and...More