San Diego Beaches

San Diego is a beautiful place with plenty of attractions. Out of the many attractions the most beautiful are the beaches. In San Diego, there are many public beaches. The first one is Coronado Beach. This beach offers many amenities such as restrooms and shower facilities. Also, there are tide pools and you can even go fishing in front of the Hotel del Coronado. For your convenience there is free parking on Ocean Boulevard.

Another beach in San Diego is La Jolla Shores. La Jolla Shores beach is a mile long, and is rumored to have the most gentle waves of all the San Diego beaches. Even though fishing is not permitted, La Jolla Shores does offer novice scuba diving classes. La Jolla Shores is also one of only nine San Diego beaches which has permanent lifeguard stations which are watched over by San Diego lifeguards.

Lastly, Silver Strand is a beach which has large beaches on both the Pacific Ocean and the San Diego Bay. Popular activities to do at the Silver Strand beach are camping, swimming, surfing, boating, water-skiing and many more activities. Silver Strand also has a Cafe that is open from Memorial day through Labor day. You can get a variety of ice cream sundaes, sandwiches, and barbeque on the weekends.

San Diego Attractions

If you love animals, then the San Diego Zoo is surely the place for you. Some of the animals you can see at the San Diego zoo are the giant panda, the arctic fox, and the beautiful tiger. To see a wonderful video of an Asian leopard, follow this link.

The San Diego Zoo has been around for almost 100 years. It also has a safari park and a wildlife conservancy. San Diego Zoo does a lot to try and protect its animals. The zoo features the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research. The Institute strives to preserve wildlife and restore nature while at the same time inspiring change in how animals in the wild are treated.

San Diego also has a wide number of museums. The top one among this list would be the San Diego Museum of Art. The museum features such modern art as the art of Pan Gongkai and more classic art by painter Francisco de Goya, the San Diego Museum strives to stay up with current art, as well as older more classic art. To see one of the exhibits, follow this link.

Also a great museum is the San Diego Natural History Museum. This wonderful museum has such feature exhibits as a Mayan exhibit that lets you Discover the Hidden World they lived in. Another featured exhibit is Coast to Cactus. This exhibit will invite visitors to see the different habitats of southern California. You can learn about such habitats as the coastal wetlands to the urban canyons, to even the high mountains.

San Diego is a very unique place to live or visit. Anyone who wants to see different and extraordinary things should seriously think about visiting all of the attractions listed, and even attractions that aren’t listed.