Another amazing option for any type of traveler, this upscale part of town boasts many dining options, amazing shopping locations, and some of the most lively marine life in all of San Diego. In the warmer months (July-September) we are known for getting lots of seals, sea lions, dolphins,…
Ahhhh. La Jolla, just 40 miles south of our Airbnb. An area of the most expensive real estate in the country. La Jolla Cove area is a small, picturesque cover with sweeping ocean views, and a Shell Beach tide pools that are homes to anemones and crabs. Posh boutiques and watergront restaurants dot…
Artsy, unique neighborhood with many good restaurants, beaches and views. We especially like Trilogy for outdoor aerial yoga and vegan food, also Dukes, Georges at the Cove, The Marine Room, Eddie V's for dinner out, shopping, gelato, walks along the Cove, kayaking, swimming and surfing at La…
La Jolla coastline will take your breath away. Just a few miles from your stay, you will enjoy the sandy beaches, pristine cliffs and refreshing walking and biking trails. It’s a must see during your visit to San Diego.
“Hillcrest is one of the most bustling spots in San Diego, and for good reason—it is fun. There is no shortage of things to do or places to eat in this area. One of our favorite spots in Hillcrest is Baja Betty's. On Saturdays, you can grab bottomless mimosas and enjoy their bottomless brunch while dreaming up your vacation. But, you really can't go wrong in this neighborhood. There is just so much to do. ”
“Everyone visits the zoo when they are in town. It's one of the best in the world.”
“A 2 story outdoor mall with AMC theater. Newly renovated. There is golf putting or maybe a full gold course nearby.”
“Pacific Beach is a relaxed neighborhood by the beach, popular with sunbathers and surfers. Trendy hotel bars and casual cafes line the boardwalk, while Mission Boulevard and the surrounding streets are dotted with women’s clothing boutiques, yoga studios and casual drinking spots that draw a young, bar-hopping crowd. Inland, the grassy slope of Kate Sessions Park has sweeping views of the city and San Diego Bay.”