San Diego bay is 12 miles long and 1 to 3 miles long. It is one of the best natural harbors on the west coast and remains a home port for many aircraft carriers of the US Navy. Many restaurants are bars are located just off the bay to create a relaxed and unique dining experience. The bay also boasts many walking paths for a nice evening stroll along the shore.
Balboa Park is a National Historic landmark that attracts many. Home to 17 museums and cultural attractions with over 18 gardens to choose from, it is the perfect spot to relax and explore. Throughout the year, you can find several events, festivals, and attractions.
Point Loma is a peninsula surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on its West and South shores. Here you can find beautiful views on the western side of the peninsula, perfect for watching the sunset. This might be a reason for their name, Sunset cliffs.
A lively neighborhood with cozy cafes, restaurants featuring authentic cuisine, and a unique Saturday market is sure to satisfy your cravings. Whether you desire a well-made cappuccino, a fresh wood fired pizza, or the authentic piazza stroll experience, little Italy is sure to deliver.
Yacht Day Rentals
Whether you are in a yacht club or not, San diego offers many options for you to get the full day on the water experience.
An annual music festival that is held along the waterfront every November. Features an over 100 artist lineup as well as sunset cruises, ocean activities, and jet boat rides.
Home of many outdoor concerts and performances in the warmer months, this island is sure to satisfy your need for an island get away.
Coronado Landing Park
Coronado’s best place to take a stroll while being close to the water, you can often find families, dogs, and couples enjoying the lush greenery and beautiful atmosphere.
This waterfront gem located just 10 minutes away is the perfect place for a lunch picnic on the waterfront. It is a family-friendly environment with lots of benches and green space to choose from.
Embarcadero Marina Park South
The perfect place for a view of the city skyline, beautifully lit by lights at night. Perfect for a morning bike ride or an evening stroll.
Enjoy views of Los Coronados Islands while fishing off the pier, watching the sunset, or strolling along the boardwalk.
Japanese Friendship Garden
Located in Balboa Park, the Japanese Friendship Garden or San Kei En is an immersive experience brought to San Diego by its sister city Yokohama, Japan. Here you can experience Japanese culture and horticulture through various exhibitions and the beautiful demonstration of Japanese landscape.
Enjoy Mexican fusion while at the tip of Harbor Island, creating a breath-taking view you won’t find at many other places.
San Diego Bay is a stop for many cruise liners on their way up and down the West coast.
Spanish Landing Park
One of the many art displays at Spanish Landing Park, this monument commemorates the lives of Spaniards that were lost while journeying to North America in 1769.
Spanish Landing Park
Experience the marina views and public art displays while walking along the sandy waterfront at Spanish Landing Park.
Mosaic Tile Dome
Explore this and many other public art pieces of Harbor Island on the Harbor Island Art Walking Tour.
Harbor Island Sailing
Harbor Yacht clubs have a wide selection of rentals to make an unforgettable experience on the water of San Diego Bay.
Harbor Island Sheraton
Seeking a night way with a perfect view? The Sheraton on Harbor Island is a wonderful place for a romantic get away.
Harbor Island Kayaking
SD adventures is a great spot to find kayak or jet ski rentals. Kayaking the bay is a fun and relaxing activity for people of all experience levels can enjoy.
Harbor Island Jet Ski
SD adventures is a great spot to find kayak or jet ski rentals. The day is sure to be filled with adventure with a jet ski on the waterfront of Harbor Island. Grab a few friends for a fun day in the sun.
Harbor Island Dining
Harbor Island offers some of the best dining of San Diego with skyline views and a peaceful waterfront atmosphere. There are premium seafood and steak house options for a lovely romantic dinner or a dinner with friends and family.
Harbor Island Park
Another place for a romantic picnic with impeccable views, Harbor Island Park sits along the waterfront and offers a shoreline path perfect for a post meal stroll.
Cabrillo National Monument Tidepool
Low tide in the tidepools of cabrillo national monument reveals some of the best protected rocky intertidal areas in California. Make sure to look at the tide tabel before visiting to ensure you don't miss this unique opportunity.
Old Point Loma Lighthouse
On the southernmost tip of Point Loma lies this historic lighthouse, constructed in 1850. It once housed the family of lighthouse keepers who tended a garden and raised chickens, pigs, and goats. Today, you can see a re-enactment of what their garden looked like and see the rooms where they raised their family.