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Las mejores actividades en San Diego

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

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“EXPLORE Beaches & BaysAttractionsFood & DrinkNightlifeSports & RecreationTours & SightseeingArts & CultureShoppingParks & GardensSpas & WellnessCruisesCasinosActivitiesBalboa ParkLa JollaMission Bay & BeachesPoint Loma PeninsulaNorth CoastalCoronadoSouth BayDowntown & GaslampHillcrestLittle ItalyNorth Park & South ParkEast CountyMission Valley & Old TownNorth InlandTijuana, Rosarito, Ensenada PLAN Vacation PlanningTraveling with PetsMobile AppsCHINA (中國)GERMANY (DEUTSCHLAND)GREAT BRITAINJAPAN (日本)KOREA (대한민국)MÉXICO (Español)FAQsAccessible Traveling STAY 66° F Explore >Coastal >La Jolla Welcome to LA JOLLAWHERE A SPECTACULAR COASTLINE AND UPSCALE VILLAGE ATMOSPHERE DEFINE SAN DIEGO'S JEWEL BY THE SEA One of the top beach destinations in the world With a dramatic coastline boasting incredible views, it's no surprise that La Jolla is one of the most popular beach destinations in California. Surrounded on three sides by the sea and backed by the steep slopes of Mt. Soledad, La Jolla's natural beauty, abundance of activities and upscale village lifestyle ensure that it lives up to its nickname as "the jewel" of San Diego. Consistently voted one of the top beach destinations in the world, La Jolla offers a wide range of accommodations from luxurious hotels to casual coastal retreats, along with museums and art galleries, one-of-a-kind boutiques, great restaurants and a slew of outdoor activities. Home to the famous Torrey Pines Golf Course and The Lodge at Torrey Pines, the scenic cliff area offers well-groomed hiking trails with spectacular views, and world-class golf. At  Torrey Pines Gliderport you can soar out over the beach cliffs on a hang glider or just relax and watch the action above. Along the dramatic coastline lies Scripps Park, where families can picnic throughout the summer, while enjoying Fourth of July fireworks and concerts under the stars. Just south of the park is the Children’s Pool, where a seawall was originally built to protect kids from incoming waves, but has been long taken over by a local seal colony. People are no longer permitted to swim here, but you can walk out along the seawall for a close-up view of the wildlife.   La Jolla is also home to Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institute of Oceanography and plenty of cultural attractions including the La Jolla Playhouse and the Museum of Contemporary Art, all situated in close proximity to The Village.  The University of California San Diego, which hosts the popular Geisel Library and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, are both located in La Jolla as well.   La Jolla's biggest draw for locals and visitors alike are the beautiful beaches. During the summer and autumn months, the surf is relatively gentle, with warm waters in 70s. Swimmers, snorkelers, scuba divers, kayakers and surfers can enjoy the golden sands of La Jolla Shores, the Cove and Windansea. And be sure to keep an eye out for migrating whales off the coast as they travel to and from Baja California.   ”
Recomendado por 130 habitantes locales
Bar
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“MY FAVORITE TACO PLACE IN SAN DIEGO. Lots of different fish taco choices under $4.00 Happy hour M-F 3-6 pm $2.75 I haven't eaten anything else”
Recomendado por 128 habitantes locales
Jardín
“Explore four miles of garden trails, enjoy restful vistas, flowering trees, majestic palms, and the nation’s largest bamboo collection. Thanks to our mild climate, plants from all over the world thrive here. Our diverse topography provides a variety of microclimates giving the visitor a sensation of going from a desert environment to a tropical rainforest, all within 37 acres.Located 30 minutes north of San Diego in Encinitas, California, San Diego Botanic Garden features numerous exhibits, including rare bamboo groves, desert gardens, a tropical rainforest, California native plants, Mediterranean climate landscapes, succulent gardens, an herb garden, firesafe landscaping, a subtropical fruit garden, and native coastal sage natural areas. In June of 2009, we opened the Hamilton Children's Garden, the largest interactive children's garden on the West Coast.”
Recomendado por 75 habitantes locales
Restaurante estadounidense
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“They have ocean views! Super casual restaurant & pub serving breakfast, lunch & dinner with American, seafood, Mexican, & eclectic options. Get there early to get a good spot to watch the sunset.”
Recomendado por 129 habitantes locales
Restaurante de mariscos
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“Great view of Pacific Beach! Right on the waterfront offering Seafood, Burgers and Appetizers. Monday after 4PM is 1/2 Price Appetizers! Get there around 4PM to get a table quickly. Moderate-Expensive”
Recomendado por 90 habitantes locales
Restaurante americano moderno
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“Great food with beautiful ocean views. I recommend the terrace and they do not take reservations but they have a waiting list and it is very organized.”
Recomendado por 103 habitantes locales
Sendero
“If your an early riser this is a perfect hike! When you get to the top you’ll enjoy breathtaking 360 views of all San Diego and enjoy a beautiful sunrise! ”
Recomendado por 130 habitantes locales
State / Provincial Park
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“ WELCOME TO OLD TOWN SAN DIEGO OLD TOWN is the historic heart of San Diego. Created in 1769, Old Town San Diego was California’s first settlement with only a mission and a fort. Wander through lush gardens or browse at one of the many specialty shops for treasures from around the world. Indulge in authentic Mexican food at one of the many restaurants or dance to the strolling mariachis. Pause to reflect at the fountains at Fiesta de Reyes and in the Bazaar del Mundo and plan a day or two to visit the dozens of historic sites. Take a tour of a haunted building and spend a day at one of the many museums. Year round, Old Town is the place for food, folklore, and fun. Visit Old Town, celebrate San Diego’s heritage, and bask in early California ambiance. Old Town San Diego State Historic Park is in the center of Old Town. Here you can experience life from the early Mexican-American period of 1821-1872 through rich living history programs. Watch forms come to life at the blacksmith and woodworker shops, and read a newspaper from the 19th century. Old Town San Diego, where Interstate 5 and Interstate 8 meet, is nestled in the heart of San Diego. Old Town is just across the street from the San Diego Trolley Old Town Transit Center, across the freeway from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) and a short drive from most San Diego destinations. ”
Recomendado por 81 habitantes locales
Bar de cocteles
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“Delicious cocktails are served in a historical setting that is truly unique to Normal Heights. ”
Recomendado por 124 habitantes locales
Natural Feature
“A 5 minute drive up the hill. Panoramic views of San Diego County. Also has a Veteran's Memorial at the peak.”
Recomendado por 107 habitantes locales
Otros lugares al aire libre
“A beautiful place to see the ocean and see people fly, without the crazy expensive parking of Torrey pines”
Recomendado por 118 habitantes locales
Beach
“Great place to watch surfers and very mellow compared to most other beaches. ”
Recomendado por 99 habitantes locales
Farmers Market
“Large and lively farmers market takes place in the center of Little Italy every Saturday morning through afternoon.”
Recomendado por 130 habitantes locales
Bed and breakfast
“Hillcrest is the LGBTQA hub of San Diego, known for its friendly residents and eccentric nightlife! ”
Recomendado por 112 habitantes locales
Natural Feature
“It is a simple 15 minute walk from the Casita. Food is available during the summer. There are volleyball courts, a kids play area, bathrooms and showers. The lifeguards are there year round. ”
Recomendado por 90 habitantes locales
Lugar para desayunar
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“Huge portions - perfect for sharing. Come hungry. Worth the wait. As seen on Man vs Food.”
Recomendado por 87 habitantes locales