When you stay in Pacific Beach, you have all the outdoor activities to experience, including surfing, swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing. There are two piers for fishing, and you can also charter a boat at one of the marinas in Mission Bay. It’s also fun to stroll along the boardwalk to sample some of the local fare or visit the shops. Here are some of the other popular attractions close by in San Diego.
The park has an old-fashioned feel to it, with midway games, a roller coaster, and other rides for children of all ages.
Sea World balances live animal shows with thrilling rides, making it a unique amusement park.
The park is not your average city park; with over 15 museums, gardens, and performance venues, it is definitely worth your time.
The Gaslamp Quarter
This is an eclectic, historic district by day and San Diego’s nightlife hub by night. Head to this area for shopping, dining, and live entertainment.
The park is another amazing amusement park that celebrates the beloved building toy with rides and attractions.
San Diego and Safari Park
The world-renown for the over 650 species of animals on exhibit. The Safari Park, which is at a separate location, has an additional 300 species to see.
Torrey Pines Natural Reserve
The reserve is a prime spot for birdwatching, mountain biking, and hiking. It has trails of different levels of difficulty, including some that are ADA-accessible.
Located at Navy Pier, is a retired aircraft carrier repurposed as a military museum. See the collection of planes, then head below deck to learn more about how it used to function as a city on the sea.
Old Town San Diego
May very well be the birthplace of California, from the Spanish exploration to the gold rush. Take in the architecture of this historic area.