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Ellen Browning Scripps Memorial Pier

Long research pier serving as beachfront landmark Built in 1988 to replace the original pier built in 1916, Ellen Browning Scripps Memorial Pier is more than a beachfront icon. It’s also an important research facility housing environmental monitoring stations, which help provide vital information on coastal changes. It’s also a source for filtered seawater used


Windansea Beach

Low-key local favorite away from the crowds A top spot for surfers, sunbathers, and picnickers, Windansea Beach is known for its laid-back vibes. It’s a tranquil place away from the busier, more crowded beaches in the village. You’ll know you’ve arrived when you see the iconic surf shack, a simple thatch-roof structure near the beachfront.


Torrey Pines Golf Course

Epic municipal course amid stunning coastal scenery A premier golf facility overlooking the Pacific coast, Torrey Pines Golf Course offers spectacular views of rolling hills and the ocean beyond. Considered one of the best golf courses in San Diego and a must-do for golf fanatics, this 36-hole course lies just south of the Torrey Pines


Pedego Electric Bike Tour

The easiest (and most fun!) way to tour the neighborhood  Gorgeous year-round weather, stunning architecture, and impressive scenery make a bike tour one of the most enjoyable things to do in La Jolla. Renting an electric bike from Pedego Electric Bikes La Jolla is the best way to traverse the hilly landscape. With the extra



La Jolla’s hottest rooftop bar offering incredible views. Click here to see more! Upscale spreads provided at the spot of your choice Looking for an extraordinary La Jolla picnic experience? Pop-up Picnic Co.’s luxury picnic spreads are perfect for birthdays, anniversaries, proposals, bachelorette brunches, or any occasion that calls for celebrating. Everything is prepared and


Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

Must-do coastal hike offering incomparable views One of the most rugged and unspoiled areas of San Diego, Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve is home to the nation’s rarest pine tree, the Torrey Pine. These beautiful trees are scattered along the jagged cliffs and deep ravines that lead down to pristine Torrey Pines Beach. Follow Torrey


Birch Aquarium

Popular aquarium perched on a high bluff overlooking the Pacific More than 5,000 fish contained in more than 60 habitats, not to mention a breathtaking oceanfront location, make the Birch Aquarium at Scripps a top attraction in San Diego. Marvel at tank after tank of aquatic life and learn about Southern California’s unique coastal and


Ellen Browning Scripps Park

Waterfront grassy space connecting popular La Jolla beaches Bathed in greenery, Ellen Browning Scripps Park affords spellbinding views not only of the ocean, but of popular beaches and of La Jolla village itself. A walkway spans the length of the park — simply follow this to enjoy a smorgasbord of incredible vistas. You’ll pass La


Water Sports

The most immersive way to enjoy the splendor of the sea With mile after mile off coastline, there’s no shortage of water sports in La Jolla. From kayaking and snorkeling to paddle-boarding and kitesurfing, there are so many ways to hit the water and enjoy a beautiful day in La Jolla.  Kayaking is especially popular


Whale Watching

Witness the migration of these magnificent beasts from a boat or the shore A lengthy Pacific coastline along whale migration routes makes San Diego perfect for whale watching. Luckily for visitors, our town boasts year-round whale watching opportunities, depending on which type of whale you’d like to see.   The winter and spring months are the