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The Marine Room
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Barbarella Restaurant & Bar
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Shore Rider Bar & Grill
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The Shores Restaurant
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Galaxy Cantina & Grill
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The Sea Caves
0.3 公里公园 • 游乐场
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La Playa Gallery
La Jolla Art Association Gallery
Ellen Browning Scripps Park
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How much does it cost to rent one of those beautiful Cabanas? Do u have to book in advance? How far away is La jolla from say Mission Beach? Marianne :)
No idea about the Cabanas. We never rented one of these features. However , I am pretty sure that reservations would recommended. Distance from La Jolla to Mission Beach is about 15 to 20 minutes pending traffic and the time you will need to find a parking spot.
We plan to attend Grunion Run this Friday June 9 at La Jolla Shores or the Scripps Pier. I know La Jolla Shores beach is really busy during the day. Where is a good place to park for the grunion Run and How early should we arrive to get a parking spot? Thanks.
There's a parking lot that fills fast during the day and for sunset (and probably during the grunion runs). There is free street parking however, just plan to walk a few blocks. Don't forget to drop a pin so you don't forget where you parked. 😊
Hi, we are going to be in San Diego from 7th April for about 9 days. My teenage daughter is hoping to do some sunbathing and swimming in the sea. What are the chances of that given average temperatures mid April? What's it there like now? Any swimmers in the sea???
Hi, sunbathing should be ok, the temperatures during the day are quite warm, even right now, provided there is no cloud cover or even fog. The water temperature of the Pacific Ocean is generally not very warm, especially not at the beginning of the year. Enjoy your stay and don't forget the sun screen.
We are going to be there January 5-7 - does anyone have any experience with the beach that time of year?
It's nice all year, but the waters going to be 60 degree's. Growing up here we always thought it was funny when the tourist went swimming in the winter, But heck, might be your first time in the Pacific Ocean. You can rent wet suits and kayaks all year. It's a great walk all the way to beautiful Blacks beach ( careful it's a nude beach) at low tide. Just north of the shores is La Jolla farms road, a short drive here will allow you to see many 10 + millon dollar homes. Go to the glider port just north of LJ shores, you can look down at the surf. Sometimes you'll see a whale off shore. Stay back from the cliffs though, we lose a tourist every month. You'll be next to Torrey Pines golf course, and then TP park just above that. Del Mar is just above that, much like the town of Carmel
we are planning a trip to San Diego, Nov. 21 to 29. We plan on renting a house on or at a beach. We do not plan on slugging out on the beach for the entire trip. Two families with adult children. any opinions on Pacific Beach vs. La Jolla as a base ?
In November, the crowds will definitely be less than in the summer. Both beaches are beautiful. La Jolla Shores is quieter, but I personally prefer Pacific Beach because there is so much more to do there. Pacific Beach is more central to San Diego, and very close to Sea World, if you're interested in going there. In Pacific Beach there are lots of places to eat or get a coffee drink, and your typical beach shops. One of the things I like best about Pacific Beach (and Mission Beach which is right next to it), is the long Boardwalk for walking or riding bikes. If you want to go for a bike ride right next to the beach, Pacific Beach is the way to go. In November, the Boardwalk will not be crowded at all, especially during the week. If you want to rent a place right at the beach, there are plenty at Pacific Beach, but not so many in La Jolla. La Jolla is definitely a more upscale area (expensive) than Pacific Beach, so it's really all about what you're looking for. My feeling is, if you want a typical Southern California "beach experience", Pacific Beach is it. But you will enjoy either one!
I'm planning on spending the day on Monday, labor day, what time would you suggest I arrive in order to get a parking spot and secure a fire pit...also can I cook in the pit or bring a bbq grill?
get there early as it will be busy there is a carpark at the top of the street above the cove for 10 bucks as for the fire pit i didnt see any so take your own it should be fine