A small beach tucked between adjacent sandstone cliffs. Due to its extraordinary beauty, La Jolla Cove is one of the most photographed beaches in Southern California.
A 14 acre complex with waterfront shopping, restaurants, and dining along the beautiful harbor of San Diego. 4 miles of meandering cobblestone pathways bordered by ponds, lakes, fountains, and colorful lush landscaping.
San Diego’s largest natural tourist attraction located near Sea World. Mission Bay boasts 27 miles of shoreline with various recreation activities such as fishing, boating, sailing, kite flying, and beach fires.
Nestled in the heart of San Diego, the birthplace of California with over 150 shops and restaurants Old Town is not to be missed during your stay. With 12 art galleries and 27 historic buildings and museums, you are sure to have a wonderful day here.
Located above beautiful downtown San Diego with its lush natural scenery and the world famous San Diego Zoo along with many museums you will be sure to have a fun filled day.
Located east of San Diego this historical community, well known for the best apple pie in town, offers a casual atmosphere along with a nice stroll through what is called one of San Diego’s best kept secrets. Enjoy an afternoon seeing historical Julian.