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  • 1. La Jolla Cove


    This shimmering blue-green inlet surrounded by cliffs is what first attracted everyone to La Jolla, from Native Americans to the glitterati...Read More

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  • 2. Torrey Pines State Beach and Reserve


    With sandstone cliffs and hiking trails adjacent to the beach rather than urban development, Torrey Pines State Beach feels far away from the...Read More

  • 3. Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Pinus torreyana, the rarest native pine tree in the United States, enjoys a 1,500-acre sanctuary at the northern edge of La Jolla. About 6...Read More

  • 4. Windansea Beach


    With its rocky shoreline and strong shore break, Windansea stands out among San Diego beaches for its dramatic natural beauty. It's one of the...Read More

  • 5. Birch Aquarium at Scripps


    Affiliated with the world-renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography, this excellent aquarium sits at the end of a signposted drive leading...Read More

  • 6. Black's Beach


    The powerful waves at this beach attract world-class surfers, and the strand's relative isolation appeals to nudist nature lovers (although...Read More

  • 7. Children's Pool


    Due to the groups of harbor seals that have claimed it as their own, this shallow cove, protected by a seawall, is closed to the public for...Read More

  • 8. Cutwater Spirits


    Cutwater Spirits is best known for its 19 flavors of canned cocktails, including a tequila margarita, vodka mule, and rum mint mojito. Their...Read More

  • 9. La Jolla Caves


    It's a walk of 145 sometimes slippery steps down a tunnel to Sunny Jim, the largest of the seven caves in La Jolla Cove and the only one reachable...Read More

  • 10. La Jolla Shores


    This is one of San Diego's most popular beaches due to its wide sandy shore, gentle waves, and incredible views of La Jolla Peninsula. There...Read More

  • 11. Marine Street Beach


    This wide expanse of white sand is famous for bodysurfing due to its powerful shorebreak, but it also teems with sunbathers, swimmers, walkers...Read More

  • 12. Mount Soledad


    La Jolla's highest spot can be reached by taking Nautilus Street to La Jolla Scenic Drive South, and then turning left. Proceed a few blocks...Read More

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  • 13. Saint Archer Brewing Co.


    The brewers at Saint Archer are all San Diego locals who have been with the team since beginning operations in 2013. Try their gold medal–winning...Read More

  • 14. San Diego-La Jolla Underwater Park Ecological Reserve

    La Jolla | Body Of Water/Waterfall

    Four habitats across 6,000 acres make up this underwater park and ecological reserve. When the water is clear, this is a diver's paradise with...Read More

  • 15. Shell Beach


    The small cove north of the Children's Pool remains remarkably under the radar and is typically less crowded than nearby beaches like La Jolla...Read More

  • 16. University of California at San Diego

    Educational Institution

    The campus of one of the country's most prestigious research universities spreads over 1,200 acres of coastal canyons and eucalyptus groves...Read More

  • 17. Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego


    Driving along Coast Boulevard, it is hard to miss the mass of watercraft jutting out from the rear of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego...Read More

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