Why These Areas Are Magical
Weddings at Luscombs Point & Osprey Point
Couples who want a memorable wedding without a steep price tag can find that at these spots in Sunset Cliffs Park. Instead of booking a posh hotel that charges thousands of dollars for its location, brides and grooms on a budget can get a gorgeous, natural setting inexpensively. Weddings of up to 50 people can use these spots for their ceremony.
These spots are also great for visitors who just want to witness the raw beauty of the San Diego coastline. The rock formations are unique and make for perfect photo backdrops.
Surfers Paradise at Osprey Point
Surfers can also catch great waves along the coast of Sunset Cliffs Park. Osprey Point is a great break for experienced surfers who want to try some challenging waves. It's best to approach these waves only at low tide when it's a little more accessible.
The waves break on the reef below and the bottom is rocky. Waves here can rise up to 12 feet, with a good number of barrels.
Tide Pools at No Surf Beach
Another reason to come here is to check out the tide pools at No Surf Beach. During low tide, visitors can check these microcosms of sea life out. You may see anemones, snails, hermit crabs, small fish and even octopus. There is a staircase that leads down to the beach area from the cliffs.
Stay Nearby at Kona Kai Resort & Spa
Wedding Bells? Looking to stay longer? The Kona Kai Resort & Spa is a beautiful Bayfront resort on San Diego Bay and located less than 4 miles away. When you book a room at Kona Kai Resort & Spa, you may forget you are in San Diego and not on a South Pacific Island. It’s perfect for a truly relaxing vacation, or even a wedding.