La Jolla Shores
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- 98%Family Travelers
- 79%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 66%Budget Travelers
- 58%Adventure Travelers
- 55%Local Culture
Member Reviews (135)
- La Jolla ShoresMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversNov 01, 2013
I decided to chill on my second night in SD. A friend wanted to get some air after being stuck at a conference all day, so we hopped in my rental and drove here. We walked along a good amount of the area, and it was nice taking everything in. Well, everything that I could see, which wasn't much because it was dark out. I did get to check out the seals. It was so funny seeing all of them spread out lying around lazily in the sand. Cute! Too bad I didn't have my camera to document the moment. The weather was really nice that night. I wouldn't be able to take a stroll around a beach up here (in SF) at night without being all bundled up with the cold wind blowing in my face. I will definitely have to head back here during the day, maybe late afternoon as I've heard the sunset from here is incredible.
- La Jolla ShoresAmbassadorMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureBusiness Travelers+ 8Nov 26, 2013
There are many beaches on the San Diego coast and La Jolla Shores is one of them that you probably shouldn't miss. It's a beautiful beach -but very crowded during the summer!
- La Jolla ShoresMember ofBudget TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 5Jun 25, 2013
La Jolla Shoreline makes for a beautiful stroll. Being outdoors, next to the ocean has a way of melting your cares away. The part of the public beach is roped off to protect the seals who call La Jolla Shores home. The sandy beach is approximately one mile long. Are you ready for a stroll?
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