Museum Galore are what visitor to San Diego are blessed with seeing. This is because San Diego was the white first settlement on the West Coast of the United States. For starters, Mission San Diego de Alcala was the first of 21 missions founded by Father Junipero Serra in 1769. This historical site should definitely… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Attractions in La Jolla
Scuba San Diego with over 40 years in business offers scuba adventures. Undoubtedly their underwater tour of La Jolla’s Ecological Reserve is an adventure that everyone enjoys. You’ll see the La Jolla kelp forest up close along with colorful fish. They also offer scuba certification classes, beginner scuba lessons and more advanced scuba excursions such… Read more »
Situated atop cliffs towering above the Pacific Ocean in San Diego, California, golfers marvel at the views of the coastline and deep ravines. Nature lovers can spot wildlife and the famous Torrey Pines trees that are indigenous to the area. It was recently home to the PGA tour and is also the site of the… Read more »
Surf Diva Surf School and Boutique was established in 1996 by twin sisters Izzy and Coco Tihanyi. Today, through their hard work and vision, Surf Diva Surf School and Boutque is the number one surf school and beach wear boutique in San Diego. The Surf Diva Boutique has received the distinction of being the best… Read more »
Every Sunday, the upper playground at La Jolla Elementary is transformed into a colorful, friendly and wholesome Farmer’s Market. Come and experience the community feel, live music, colorful and creative artisans, diverse Food Court for lunch, and Certified Farmer’s Market fruits, vegetables and flowers. There’s always free parking and we’re open rain or shine!
La Jolla Kayak, 2199 Avenida de la Playa, La Jolla (858-459-1114) [lajollakayak.com]. Open daily 8 a.m.–sunset. Established in 1995, they are the original ocean adventure outfitter in San Diego. Today, this full-service kayak, snorkel and bike rental company offers fascinating 90-minute guided tours of the spectacular sea cliffs at the La Jolla Ecological Reserve, the… Read more »
This beautiful church, renowned for beautiful music, is located across from the La Jolla Museum of Art. Encircled by palm trees, the Spanish-style church was built in 1930. Take a rest from your day and enjoy the bell chimes and the St. James Gift Shop.
Birch Aquarium (22) is the public outreach center for world-renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography, where visitors of all ages can explore more than 3,000 colorful fish and invertebrates as well as cutting-edge ocean- and earth-science research. This is a must-see attraction, with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and La Jolla. The aquarium boasts more… Read more »