Cabrillo National Monument
The scenery, and the view of the bay is beautiful along with the history makes it more of an adventure
Stop by the visitor center to learn about the area's history and finish with a drive down to the tide pools
The views are spectacular and there are tide pools and trails to walk along as well. The historical Cabrillo Lighthouse is iconic to San Diego.
Epic views of downtown, Coronado, Mexico, Mount Soledad and Cowls Mt. Access to tide pools, hiking and the light house.
In 1542, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo sailed to and landed at this point, to become the first European to set foot in California. The National park is set on a peninsula high above the city of SD. Spectacular views of downtown, San Diego Bay and the Pacific Ocean. There is a museum, a lighthouse and tide…
“Walk right up to the Sea Lions sun bathing on the rocks. Snorkeling is great in the cove!”
“Bit of a hike, but yummy hole in wall reasonable priced mexican food. (breakfast) -veggie breakfast tacos”