5 Best Beaches to visit in San Diego in 2021

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San Diego city is located in the State of California along the Pacific Ocean coast. Its population as of 2019 is estimated to be 1,423,851, which makes this city the eighth-most populated city in the United States and second-most in California after Los Angeles.

San Diego is the perfect place for holidays if you love beaches. Its coast is 70 miles long, with a sunny climate. San Diego is among the most culturally diverse cities in the United States. Other than beaches one can explore San Diego's history as a Spanish colony and the countless heritage sites. San Diego has attractions for people of all ages including the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park, SeaWorld San Diego, and LEGOLAND California.

Coronado Beach San Diego:

This beach has a habit of making it to the top of America’s prettiest beaches list quite often, this is because it is considered the best beach for swimming. Other than this sparkling sand, Hollywood famous hotel, and nearby attractions make this place a more desirable place to visit.

The beach stretches over 1.5-mile and it is the best spot for families to enjoy. The most popular activity this beach offers is Seaside kite flying. And pets are allowed in the northern part of the beach. Coronado beach is a perfect place for you and your family to visit this holiday season.

Pacific Beach San Diego:

This is one of the beaches that attract large crowds because of its beautiful sunsets and sunrises. The view is magical when the pacific waters meet San Diego’s pier and boardwalk. There are shops at broad walk where you can find scuba and surf gear. And at the far end of the pier, you are allowed to fish without a license.

Ocean Beach San Diego:

At Ocean Beach, the San Diego River meets the Pacific Ocean and is 7 miles northwest of downtown San Diego. There is more to this beach than that meets the eye. Other than the view the beach is artsy, pet friendly, and some historical sites.

The visitors are advised to stay in close range of the lifeguard tower because of the reported strong currents sometimes, it’s better to be safe than sorry. There is a lot to explore around the near neighborhood area, it has parks, fields, farmers’ markets, tide pools, historical sites, limitless fishing, and murals along the streets.

Windansea Beach San Diego:

The Windansea is popular among the surfer community and is considered one of the top beaches. The Windansea is located near the La Jolla neighborhood. So if you are an expert surfer or do it for fun you must visit Windansea which is famous for its 6 to 8 feet high waves created by underwater reefs.

The giant waves are perfect for expert surfers and sunbathers but be careful of swimming; it can turn into a bad situation in a moment. The sandstone point is good for taking memorable photos. If you visit from out of town Pantai Inn is a good choice to stay.

Imperial Beach San Diego:

Imperial beach is five miles north of the Mexican border and it is the southernmost beach in California state. Due to the geography, its climate is warm and the shore is 4 miles long. You can do activities like horseback riding, bird watching, hiking, surfing, and fishing.

The weather makes it the best beach spot in San Diego. Don’t spend all your time on the shores; you should take a nature hike or enjoy the views from the pier. And for the surf fans, you should check out the surfboard museum.

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