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La Jolla Beaches

La Jolla Beaches

From the family beaches that are most often preferred

by tourists to the more secluded coves most desired

by surfers, divers, and swimmers, La Jolla beaches

offer something for everyone. From Blacks Beach to

the north and Windansea Beach to the south, the

La Jolla shoreline consists of steep sandstone

cliffs that are seperated by coves and sandy beaches.

They sunny yet beautiful breezes and picture perfect

views are a vacation paradise for tourists and a

water recreation highlight for locals. There are

seven unique beaches that dot the seven mile

coastline against a backdrop of real estate, resorts,

cliffs, tall palm trees, and lush scenary.

Downtown La Jolla is conveniently located near

most of the beaches which not only provide parking

for beach visitors but plenty of fine restaurants,

intimate cafes, culture, art galleries, and other

types of commercial convenience.

Between mid day and 4 PM, the crowds at any of

the La Jolla beaches can be very big. The best

advice when visiting any of the beaches in La Jolla

is to come to the beach early and stay late – so

that you can enjoy the magic of the sunsets and

dusk views from across the ocean horizons.

Each beach at La Jolla will offer you something

unique with different ways to enjoy the bliss of

your vacation. La Jolla Shores is the most

popular beach for families with the largest

expansion of flat, sandy beaches. If you enjoy

people watching, sunbathing, and lazy days on the

beach – La Jolla Shores is where you want to be.

La Jolla Cove is another excellent beach, with

steep sandstone cliffs offering amazing views and

the paradise of sparkling blue water the cove is

known for. The La Jolla Cove is a swimmer’s dream

come true because of it’s gentle water. Along

with the Children’s Pool, the Cove is rich with

reefs that attract scuba divers and snorkelers to

the abundance of marine life.

There are several La Jolla Caves that were carved

by nature into the sandstone cliffs between La

Jolla Cove and La Jolla Shores that help attract

ocean kayakers from around the world. There is

one cave in particular, known as “Sunny Jim Cave”

that can be entered through a man made tunnel

that leads to a steep descent through a narrow

underground tube to a wooden deck.

With plenty of beaches all along the coastline,

La Jolla is the place to be during the summer

months. La Jolla is a well known tourist attraction,

with well over 7,000 people visiting on a daily

basis. If you enjoy the beach, La Jolla is

going to feel like heaven on earth.

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