Venture beyond The Pearl and discover the best of San Diego. Interested in more hidden gems? Ask us when you check in.
Two miles of wide sandy beach along Ocean Boulevard on this historic island.
A front row seat to the five distinct marine environments within a two mile radius in this stunning stretch of sea—beaches, rocky shallows, steep cliffs, kelp forests and deep water canyons.
A sprawling park declared a National History Landmark in 1977. We recommend the Botanical Gardens and Natural History Museum on site.
A quick walk from The Pearl, La Playa is a bayfront neighborhood perfect for an easy morning stroll along the water or a detour after a fish taco at Mitch’s.
Grab your binoculars and check out the gray whale migration from Alaska to the lagoons of Baja California mid-December through April.
In total, this park spans 68-acres along the Pacific Ocean on the western edge of our very own neighborhood, Point Loma. Walk along coastal bluffs for views of sea arches, caves and of course, sunset views.
On the cliffs above Torrey Pines State Beach is this spectacular 1,750 acre reserve dedicated to preserving its namesake, the Torrey Pine Tree among other indigenous wildlife. A coastal wilderness of pine forests and sandstone canyons, the park is perfect for a choose-your-own-adventure day with well-kept trails winding along the cliffs with unending views of the Pacific Ocean.