Breath taking... it was a little cold in March, colder than I anticipated but we enjoyed it anyways.
Cities near Del Mar
- 1California, USA6 reviews
A delightful, beautiful little seaside town between Encinitas and Solana Beach in San Diego. A quiet little road winds through some hillside neighborhoods and emerges on the coast, with swaying palm trees and happy locals trotting around with tanned skin and beaded flip-flops. The atmosphere is relaxed and quaint, a peaceful retreat from some of the more bustling and gritty ...
- 2California, USA11 reviews
Solana Beach, Has Moonlight Beach nice waves.
- 3California, USA645 reviews
Home sweet home, what else can I say? :) Of all the place I've traveled in the world (so far), this golden bay city is my favorite. The weather is gorgeous 95% of the year, and there is no shortage of things to do - from the nightlife bars and clubs to Seaport Village, Balboa Park, Old Town, Sea World, ...
- 4California, USA85 reviews
Complain all you want about La Jolla's hoity-toity atmosphere, but you can't beat the scenery of its coves and beaches along San Diego County's Pacific coast. If you want a kitschy, but fun adventure for kids, go to the Cave Store and pay to walk down the slimy steps into Sunny Jim Cave, possibly the only natural sea cave in ...
- 5California, USA40 reviews
It's a small city, but it's a beautiful one. To stay so close to the ocean was quite nice. I enjoyed the vibe. Much more casual than the larger cities nearby.
- 6California, USA72 reviews
Possibly my absolute favorite place in the entire world - and if you look at my passport, you'll know I've traveled a fair bit. But then again, as a San Diego native, I'm biased. For maximum enjoyment, splurge for a hotel - my favorite is the Marriott Island Resort hotel down toward the bridge. Pamper yourself with a spa/massage treatment, ...
- 7California, USA17 reviews
Pacific Beach is awesome!
- 8California, USA39 reviews
Oceanside is a great city! The beach is beautiful and the people are fantastic. The local beach is well worth the stop if you're on your way up or down the coastline. Both San Diego and LA are both within just a few hours. So, if you're getting too hot and want a nice place to cool down...Oceanside is for ...
- 9California, USA23 reviews
Nice place for a walk or bike. Lots of stores and restaurants to visit after either coming from the beach or coming from the city.
- 10California, USA17 reviews
Lived here for two miserable years. AAAAH! What was I thinking?!?!? No redeeming qualities to this burb whatsoever. Oh sure they built a nice City Hall in the 80s and kinda cleaned up downtown and whatnot, but it's like putting lipstick on a pig...it's still a pig.
- 11California, USA6 reviews
Loved it here.....I married my husband there
- 12California, USA5 reviews
Very wealthy residential neighborhood. For those who can afford it offers first class luxury, privacy and relaxed atmosphere. The area is so tranquil consisting mostly of large and lavish dwellings. Close to Del Mar Fairfrounds and Racetracks. The population tends to affluent, well-educated and married, including a high proportion of retirees. I would go back again even for few days ...
- 13California, USA7 reviews
Although not sharing the same city name, La Mesa is relatively close to San Diego. However, this city is more inland and it can get hotter in the summers and colder in the winters. Also known as a town of the suburbs, it's a great place for kids to grow up.
- 14California, USA5 reviews
Nothing but Blue Sky's Here in Poway San Diego !!!
- 15California, USA2 reviews
The best Pho around!
- 16California, USA3 reviews
This is not a tourist destination but it's a nice place to raise kids.
- 17California, USA23 reviews
Not great, but not bad as a fun day/weekend trip with friends who aren't finicky about their wines. Temecula's peaceful, but the geography is too arid and dull as an idyllic getaway. Recommendation for it's better wines is to hit up some of the smaller boutique vineyards.
- 18California, USA16 reviews
A beautiful beach town in Orange County! Home to some of the most stunning beaches in California.
- 19California, USA16 reviews
I've grown in and out of love with this surfer focused city. The beaches are great, but the town is a little shady. Tourists should head down Del Mar Street and finish off at the pier with apps at the Fishermans Grotto. (I believe that's the name.) The food isn't fantastic, but the view makes up for it.
- 20California, USA7 reviews
The seventh of twenty - one California missions. Founded on 1776. There's a lot of inspirational historic, cultural, and religious site. The Mission offers different tours. Audio tour for children and adults, hear the legend of the Swallows of Capistrano, Serra Chapel tour, a docents dressed in their historic attire for a tour through 10 acres of museums rooms, exhibits, ...